Download and Extract MBRWizard on your hard drive. To simplify things later, copy mbrwiz.exe to your local disk C:\. Connect your USB Flash Drive to your computer and Format the USB drive. To Format a USB Flash Drive Go to My Computer Right click on USB drive and select Format from context menu.
Now go to Start Menu Run cmd (Command Prompt) and Type the following command: convert Y: /fs:ntfs (Where “Y” is your USB drive letter). This will convert the USB Flash drive from a fat32 to a NTFS file system.
Insert your Windows 7 DVD or mount your Windows 7 ISO image as drive (You can use MagicDisc or any other Virtual Drive program)
Type Start run cmd (Command Prompt) Now dir to directory where you have extracted MBRWiz and run following commands. mbrwiz.exe /list (note the disk number of your USB Pen drive) mbrwiz.exe /disk=X /active=X (X is Disk Number of your USB Drive) exit
Now open another command window and type following command: J: (Drive letter of Windows 7 DVD or ISO mounted image) CD boot bootsect /nt60 Y: (Y is drive letter of your USB drive )
Now copy all files from your CD/DVD drive or where you have mounted a Windows 7 ISO image.
Plug your newly created Windows7 Flash Drive into your Acer Netbook and Power it up. We need to change to boot order so that the Netbook will boot from the Flash drive first. At the Acer boot screen, hit F2 to enter the system BIOS. Navigate to the Boot tab. Use F6 and F5 to move your USB Flash Drive to the top of the list. Hit F10 and save your settings.
After saving your BIOS changes, the computer will restart and boot from your USB Flash Drive. The installing will ask you which partition you would like to install Windows7 to. Choose the larger Partition2. Leave the OEM Partion1 intact. This is the factory restore partition which contains the original OS files that shipped with your computer. This partition allow…
During the install process, the computer will reboot. When this happens, Hit F2 at the Acer screen to enter the BIOS. You need to change to boot order back so that the hard drive is listed first. If not, the computer will boot from the USB drive again and want to start the install process from the beginning. Putting the hard drive first in the boot list will then…