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USB memory bootable for Offline Installation Vector

Article ID: 37
Last updated: 27 May, 2015


How to make a USB memory bootable for Offline Installation Vector.


  • USB drive with 2 GB of memory or more.


Follow these steps:

  1. insert a blank USB disk in the system and wait until Windows detects the removable disk and installs the correct driver;

  2. run cmd.exe as administrator;

  3. run diskpart system tool;

  4. on prompt, type list disk;

  5. check the USB removable disk number (usually disk 1);

  6.  type select disk <number_of_the_usb_disk>"

  7. type clean;

  8. type create partition primary;

  9. type select partition 1;

  10. type active;

  11. type format fs=fat32 quick label=offline;

  12. type assign;
  13. type exit.

Once you have completed the above steps, take the ZIP file generated by the console (offline infections from USB) and unzip it in the USB disk.

Alternative procedure

  1. connect the USB drive to the computer;

  2. format the USB drive in NTFS file system;

  3. open CMD as administrator;

  4. execute;

  5. once in diskpart, list all volumes with command list vol;

  6. select the volume assigned to USB with sel vol [num], where [num] is the number of the
    volume listed with previous command;

  7. make selected volume active with command active;

  8. exit diskpart and CMD;

  9. now, from your RCS console, you can create the Offline Installation Vector and
    uncompress the ZIP result in the bootable USB.

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Last updated: 27 May, 2015
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