If you’re planning to set up Windows but do not have DVD drives It’s quite simple to make an bootable USB flash drive using the appropriate installation media. We will then show you how to create it for Windows 11, 10, 8 or 7.
We’ll create an USB drive that serves as an installation disc and lets you install a specific version of Windows simply by following these steps.
Step 1: Make (or download) the ISO to use for your Windows install media
Before you can make the USB installation disk, you’ll need Windows installation media that can be downloaded as the ISO file. If you own an installation disk, you could make an ISO file with ImgBurn. If you don’t own an Windows installation DVD or a Windows installation DVD, it is possible to download ISO documents to Windows 10, 8, or 7 from Microsoft.
Important: You’ll require a minimum of 4GB flash drive to make an installer.
Step 2: Make an installation drive using the Windows USB/DV download tool.
Once you have you have your ISO file saved to your computer Next process is installing and downloading this Windows USB / DVD download tool. This tool is great for Windows 7, 8, and even 10.
1. Once you have the software installed, you need to make the USB installation drive. You must run the program and grant permission to make modifications to your computer. Select “Browse” to locate the Windows ISO file and then select “Next” as seen in the image below.
2. The next page will appear, select “USB Device”.
3. Then, use the drop-down menu to select your USB flash drive that you wish to make use of. Click”Update. After selecting the right drive then click “Start copying.”
4. If you’re USB drive already contains data it will display an indication that the data within the storage device is lost and formatted.
5. Proceed with the procedure by pressing “Erase USB device”. If your USB did not contain any data, this message won’t be displayed.
6. You now need to be patient and wait for the process take place, which normally takes about 15 minutes. Your drive is formatted, and your files will then be transferred onto on the drive.
7. Once the download process is complete when the download is complete, you can end the download process.
Now that you are ready, you will have your bootable disk ready for installation of Windows starting from scratch with an USB.