FYI, there are many different ways to prepare install-starter on Windows.
1) dd (raw write) iso image file to USB flash.
In order to dd (raw write) on Windows, you can use
"rawwrite for windows"http://www.chrysocome.net/rawwrite
"dd for windows"http://www.chrysocome.net/dd
There are many iso's:
Live debian iso can be downloaded from:http://live.debian.net/http://www.debian.org/CD/live/
As you may know, usual installer iso is from:http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/
2) Start installer kernel and initramfs with grub4dos.
If network is available at installation, seeviewtopic.php?f=17&t=68341#p388236
Be noticed that the installer is for i386 in the above link. You should use linux and initrd.gz for your machine architecture.
By the way, is there any empty partition or empty space, where you want to install debian on, in the HDD of ASUS 1025C?
eoika1782 wrote:I have been using Linux for a few years and I already installed and run debian on another machine.
If you have another PC where debian is installed, why not dd'ing iso image to USB flash on the installed working debian?
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