it says missing bootmngr or something like that. I'm on ubuntu 12.04 or whatever, the newest one using the gparted to format to NTSC and then unetbootin to install the bootloader, and the iso, then restart. also, i do not know how to use terminal or code..and im also using an external hardrive because this laptop is missing one...
That worked for me.
Doing so, UNetbootin will think you are using a FAT32 partition and will let you use NTFS format.
EDIT: at this point UNetbootin complained the USB device was unmounted. Keeping UNetbootin open I ran
If Windows is what you're trying to install, then Windows 7 bootable USB DVD download tool from Microsoft (Also works on XP) allows you to create a bootable version of windows 7 OS for installing windows through USB drive. To download this utility click Here.
Note: You need to run this on a windows machine.
For more information see Windows 7 USB Creator
protected by Braiam Nov 5 '14 at 21:07
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