Problem with deployment of Windows 7 from usb stick

Hi to all!
Today I have a problem with installation of windows 7x64.
When I install win7 from dvd there are no problems, but If i copy the content of cd to and usb stick, make the partition active and I try to install, the wizard can't find hard disk and ask me to install drivers.
I don't understand why the installation from usb stick have that problem..files are the same of DVD!
Thanks :)
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
I just re-did my USB stick and use Rufus.

Could not have been easier.
Vadim RappCommented:
You have to enable booting from USB in the BIOS of the computer. Consult the manual on your motherboard on how to do it.
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I have seen that happen now and then on certain mainboards. Meanwhile I use WinSetupFromUSB to create my USB sticks, and I haven't seen that issue since then. Besides, this tool allows you to have more than one bootable iso on the stick, and you aren't limited to Windows, Linux works too. A further advantage is that iso's larger than 4GB are split, which means you can use FAT32 for the stick, which is essential should you want to install Windows to a GPT disk on a UEFI BIOS, and if the wim file inside your iso is too large for FAT32.
chipruleAuthor Commented:
Thanks to all!
@ScottCha i try your solution and it works with no problem
@Josef Al-Chacar i follow the guide in the link and I had a little problem with iso, then i remake iso with Imgburn with filesystem ISO9660+Joliet+UDF and i solve it.
@rindi I have a problem with this procedure. When I put stick, boot stop and give me this error
 20150906_202904.jpgAfter this I change setting on BIOS but the result is the same
Thanks a lot!
Boot from a USB 2 port, and not a USB 3 port. I've seen issues like that when USB 3 ports were used.
chipruleAuthor Commented:
@rindi I think that laptop have only 3.0 usb. How i can verify wich is 3.0 or 2.0?
USB 3 ports are usually colored in blue, while USB 2 ports are black.
chipruleAuthor Commented:
All ports in my laptop are black, but there are usb 3.0.
At this point I'll try to inject drivers in the iso.
Thanks you so much.
Vadim RappCommented:
If you expand "Boot options" on the last screenshot, what are those, and which one is selected?
Can you change the mode from USB 3 to USB 2 in the BIOS?
chipruleAuthor Commented:
The only thing I can do is "Usb 3.0 confiuration in preos", you can watch details in the image a had posted.
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