HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool Portable Download Needed
Users Need - Is HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool a portable version that could be used on a removable storage device like a USB flash drive? Some users may want to download portable installer of HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool v2.2.3 or v2.1.8 offline installer for PC Windows 10, Windows 7 or 8?
There are two main advantages of HP USB Format Tool.
1, It is with a portable edition that you may install it on a removable USB device that makes it pretty convenient to use it for formatting media or making other bootable devices.
2, It is able to create a DOS startup disk within the program that is pretty drawing feature for some advanced users with special needs.
Download the Portable Version of HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool
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Is there any bootable version of HP USB disk storage format tool download for Windows 10, Windows 8/7?
As we know that HP USB Format Tool provides an option to Provide 'Create a DOS startup disk using system files located at' your computer or connected devices that you may use this utility for creating a DOS startup option, which is an advanced users' preference if needed.
If you want to use HP USB Format Tool to create an iso, currently there is no such iso image available, here is an alternative option - freeware Partition Resizer FREE, which is able to do most format jobs as HP USB Format Tool and it provides a bootable media option inside of the program.
If you want to create a DOS bootable usb stick with this tool, try the following free alternatives
How to create DOS-BOOTABLE USB STICK with HP USB FORMAT TOOL
A DOS bootable pen drive may take a great leap for you to become an experienced computer user that could help your when your computer stopped working or the computer went wrong, affected by virus... Or whatever you need a DOS BOOTABLE flash drive, this tool - HP USB Format Tool would be a tool at your service.
Before creating the DOS-Bootable USB drive, here are some programs that you need to download into your computer, better Windows.
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Create a FreeDOS CD from the fd11src.iso image using CD writer software. Refer to the CD writer software documentation for information on creating a CD from an image file.
Download a BIOS update softpaq for a recent HP commercial notebook (8740w, for example). Although this step references software that is specific to HP commercial notebooks, the process will produce a DOS bootable USB drive for use with HP commercial desktop and notebook computers.
Expand the contents of the softpaq without initiating the BIOS update:
Open a Command Prompt from Windows.
Navigate to the directory where the softpaq was downloaded to.
Execute the following command to extract the softpaq contents:
sp????? -e -fc:\swsetup\sp????? -s
Where sp????? is the file name of the softpaq.
Exit the Command Prompt.
HPUSBFW.exe will be located in the directory c:\swsetup\sp?????\.
Remove all USB Drives and other removable storage (such as memory cards connected to attached printers) from the computer where HPUSBFW is located. Failure to do so may result in misidentification of the USB Drive and data loss due to formatting.
Connect the selected USB Drive to computer where HPUSBFW is located.
Launch HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool by double-clicking HPUSBFW.EXE from within Windows.
The USB Drive should be automatically detected by HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool. If not, select the correct drive from the Device drop down list. Failure to select the correct drive may result in data loss.
Select FAT32 from the File System drop down list.
Check the box next to Create a DOS startup disk using system files located at:.
Insert the FreeDOS CD and browse to the following path in HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool:
Where D:\ is the drive where the FreeDOS CD is inserted.
Select Start in HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool.
When the format is complete, select Close in HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool. The USB Drive is now DOS bootable. Remove the USB Drive and FreeDOS CD from the computer.