There are tons of tutorials available on the internet saying that Install Windows from Bootable USB Drive, but none of then can help you (I think so). The problem has finally been solved and your own GM is here with this post. Friends, have you ever thought to install windows 7 from your Pen Drive. If not, the we are going to tell you deeply and after reading this post, you will be able to install windows in your home PC, friends ‘s PC and other PC also. So, without wasting a single second lets move to the tutorial we are providing on installing windows with USB drive.
Step By Step to Create Windows Bootable USB Drive?
Note: We must have the Windows files which we have to install to the USB drive.
Step: 1-Install PowerISO. If you don’t have you can download it from here.
Step: 2- To make a bootable Pen drive… Run PowerISO >> click on Tools >> Create Bootable USB Drive. Check Screenshot For help..
Step: 3– After that… a new popup will appear. Click on browse option and browse it to Windows .iso whether it is windows XP, 7, 8.
Step: 4– Chooses Windows .iso file. Here I am choosing for Windows 8. You can choose for any windows version.
Step: 5– Choose Writing Method as USB – HDD. I mostly recommend you to choose this one.
Step: 6– After choosing the writing method. A new popup will after saying “All data in the USB drive will be overwritten. Do you want to continue?” Click On Ok
Note:- Before making a bootable USB drive, make sure that you have made a backup of you data in the USB drive… otherwise it will be deleted.
Configuring the BIOS:
To reboot your PC, you must have to go into BIOS configuration to boot your PC from USB drive.
1. Reboot your system.
2. During booting, ensure that you are doing it before Windows starts loading, just jump into the BIOS configuration screen by typing hotkeys like F1, F2, Delete or Escape buttons. You will all Hotkey instructions on your screen.
3. Jump into the BIOS in which your boot devices are there.
4. The USB drive might not be listed there. If it is not there, then, it means that your system is not supporting booting from USB drive. Supposing that it is supported, promoting our USB drive to the primary boot device.
5. At last, exit from the BIOS configuration with saving all changes.
6. PC will automatically get restarted