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Creating the Bootable USB Key (Pen Drive) for re‐flashing .TBI file Procedure

Preparation of USB pen drive: 1. Download utility form below link • ftp://ftpguest:letmein@ftp.vxl.net/Utilities/ImagingToolLX/ImagingTool.rar 2. Extract the zip file “ImagingTool.rar” 3. Insert the USB‐Key (Pendrive) to system 4. Format the USB Key (PENDRIVE) with Fat32 FS 5. launch the unetbootin‐windows‐408.exe file 6. Select the Disk image browse for the ISO file extracted “Image for LinuxR1.iso.

7. Select the Type “USB Drive” then select Drive {Drive letter where USB KEY (pendrive) is mapped}

VXL –Widows XPe, WES9, WES7

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d..tbi files on image folder created.TBI file Procedure 8. Select “File (OS)” from “Select File Access Method” options then select Next 8. Copy . Presee TAB key b. Select “mnt” folder and press Enter key if the “/mnt” folder is empty you need to mount the “USB KEY / PEN Drive partition” refer to the section below “Mounting Drive partition”. Select the option “Run the Image for Linux program” then select Next 6. Select Default and press enter) under the “unetbootin” 5. Eject the pendrive and plu‐in again. 10. Create folder “Image” on USB Key (Pen Drive) 11.” and press Enter Key c. Select “. Now Pen drive is ready for the re‐flashing. 9. to boot it from a USB Key (Pen Drive) (if USB Key does not appear in the Hard disk boot order. Plug‐in the pen drive to thin client 2. Select “image “ folder and press Enter Key VXL –Widows XPe. Change mode to HDD mode from Auto of listed USB Key (Pen drive) under ***USB Mass Storage Device Boot Settings*** and then save changes and reboot the thin client and go to COMS settings and select the boot device as USB Key (Pen drive) 4. Re‐flashing procedure: 1. then in COMS > Integrated Peripherals > USB Device Settings. WES9. Now you need to required . Click Exit. Go to CMOS and change the boot order. Select Restore from the “Select Operation Menu” then select Next 7. WES7 Page 2 .tbi file which you have copied to Image folder a.Instruments Creating the Bootable USB Key (Pen Drive) for re‐flashing . Click OK to proceed. Power on the thin client 3.

WES9. Select “/dev/hda” from Select Target Drive options In case of SATA Drive need to select “/dev/sda” 11. 9. Power on the thin client 3.TBI file from the available and press “Enter”. Select “Exit to the Linux Command prompt” and press Enter Key 16. 14. VXL –Widows XPe. Select “Drive” from “Select Item to Process” 10. then in COMS > Integrated Peripherals > USB Device Settings. POP‐up Windows will appear “The restore has completed successfully” press Enter key to continue. Here select the required . Select Exit press Enter key 15. Mounting Drive partition 1. Press “ALT+F1” to return to IFL 8. Type “shutdown –h" 17. WES7 Page 3 . Once the shutdown process completed. to boot it from a USB Key (Pen Drive) (if USB Key does not appear in the Hard disk boot order. Type “mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt” 7.TBI file Procedure e. remove the USB Key (Pen Drive) from thin client and Power On the thin client. Go to CMOS and change the boot order. Then follow from the point No. 12. this will start the Restoring Process (it will take Aprox 2‐3 min) 13. Change mode to HDD mode from Auto of listed USB Key (Pen drive) under ***USB Mass Storage Device Boot Settings*** and then save changes and reboot the thin client and go to COMS settings and select the boot device as USB Key (Pen drive) 4. Press “ALT+F2” to change to console 6. Select the Default values and select Next Option Select “Scale to Fit” option if you require re‐flashing on Higher Flash then the image size. Select Default and press enter) under the “unetbootin” 5. 5 from above given “Re‐flashing procedure:” section. Plug‐in the pen drive to thin client 2.Instruments Creating the Bootable USB Key (Pen Drive) for re‐flashing . Select “Finish”.