Installation Instructions

Connect the USB flash drive to your computer. To do so, plug it into one of your PC’s USB ports.

Double-click My Computer, or Computer (for Win 7, Win 8, Win 10)
Right-click the drive letter associated with your memory device, then
Select Format from pop up menu .

(In the sample image below, we right-clicked on F:).

WARNING: Make sure you select the correct drive letter.

The formatting options you can customize are:

Capacity – This displays service information about the size of the media, it does not change.

File System – Select a file system type. ( NTFS, FAT32, exFAT ). We choose NTFS.

The Allocation Unit Size – Which is the cluster size. We don’t change it.

Volume Label – Is a unique name assigned to your flash drive. Type a name for the drive as it will appear in file explorer.

Restore Device Defaults – Use this button to change all the options in the “Format” window back to the default.

Click Start

And confirm by clicking OK in the warning box.

Now just wait until the process complete and click OK to finish.

Congratulations. Your flash card is formatted.

There are different ways to create Bootable USB Drive. Let’s take a look at some

Only for Windows 10

Create Bootable USB Drive using a special utility from Microsoft, which is called Media Creation Tool

For all versions of Windows (10, 8, 7 etc.)

is to write an iso image to a flash drive using the UltraISO utility or WinSetupFromUSB

Only for Windows 10

Create Bootable USB Drive using Media Creation Tool

Media Creation Tool lets you create a Windows 10 installation USB drive or download its .ISO file that you can burn on to a DVD to install the operating system on a different computer.

This process requires:

  • PC with internet access,
  • Flash Card which should be formatted. How to do this is described in this article
  • USB flash drive with at least 8 GB of storage space. The data on the USB flash drive will be erased to create the Windows 10 bootable flash drive

Visit the Microsoft Media Creation Tool website

Save the application MediaCreationTool.exe on your computer.

Plug your USB flash drive into the PC where you saved the application.

Run the application.

Accept the EULA

Select create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC and click Next.

In the next step, you can select the language, edition, and architecture of Windows 10 that you would like to download. Click Next.

Subsequently, you can choose to create a Windows 10 bootable USB flash drive or just download the ISO file and store on your computer. We chose USB flash drive. Click Next.

Select the flash drive. Make sure you know the correct drive letter. If you have more than one USB flash it’s better to remove all unnecessary drives.

All information that is on the flash drive will be removed.

Now the Media Creation Tool will begin downloading Windows 10 to your PC. Once it’s downloaded the tool will then put Windows 10 on the USB drive. After that’s done, your drive will be ready. Next click Finish, let the tool clean up, and unplug your USB drive.

At the end you have successfully created the bootable drive with original Windows 10 latest version, which is useful not only for a clean installation of the system, but also to restore it in case of failures.

For the other version of Windows.

The first way is to write an iso image to a flash drive is using the WinSetupFromUSB utility

  • Download WinSetupFromUSB the utility to a Windows PC. You can download it from our server.
  • .iso image from Windows-can be downloaded from our server in the Distributions section.
  • Insert a USB drive with at least 8GB of space.

You do not need to install WinSetupFromUSB. Start WinSetupFromUSB-1-8.exe and extract the files. Then open the WinSetupFromUSB-1-8 folder and run the utility.

In the next section, select ISO file to be copied.

In the Advanced Settings section, you need to tick the checkbox before “Custom menu names for Vista/7/8/Server Source”. Click the X to exit Advanced Options.

Click GO to start copying the chosen ISO files to the USB drive.

If you receive a warning agree with the proposed actions


Second Way – Is to write an ISO image to a flash drive is using the UltraISO utility

  • Download UltraISO the utility to a Windows PC. You can download it from our server.
  • .iso image from Windows-can be downloaded from our server in the Distributions section
  • Insert a USB drive with at least 8GB of space.

In the home screen, File > Open, click option to browse to your Windows ISO file.

Next, in the home screen of UltraISO, click on bootable menu and then click Write Disk Image option to launch Write Disk Image dialog box.

In the Write Disk Image dialog, select the Disk Drive as your USB flash drive, select the write method as USB-HDD before hitting the Format button. It will then launch Format Removable Disk dialog, where you need to simply click Start button to begin formatting the flash drive. Please backup all data from the USB device before hitting the Format button. Write.

Once the format in done, click Write button and then click Yes for the warning prompt to start the process. When the writing is finished, you will see Burn Successful message event list. Close UltraISO software and connect your USB to a machine to start installing Windows.

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