Originally Posted by GiveMeSomeSlackware
I want to do this through Windows....
This is Linux... Windows is a vulgar word.
Now that we have that out of the way.... if you find a mirror with the actual iso's you should be able to find a directory called "usb-and-pxe-installers". It is under the normal, non-iso, branch. (ex. slackware-14.0) In that folder you will find 3 important and a couple semi-important files.
The readme file will tell you exactly how to perform a USB install. It's pretty cut and dry.
If you insist on doing it from windows
, then unetbootin has a graphical windows
port. It will help write that usbboot.img file to a USB flash drive. Make sure the drive is FAT32 and empty before you start. It will erase the flash drive and write the image to it.