How to create a bootable pen drive to install windows on a PC? This is the most frequently asked question by most of the people out there. There is no day that will pass without one asking us about this question. So in this post we are going to show you how to create a bootable pen drive using a powerISO 4.8 and above.
To create a Bootable USB Drive you will need a powerISO v4.8 or newer version, you can download here.
Once you’ve downloaded the powerISO latest version, you then install it on your computer.
Now start the power PowerISO program on your PC by double clicking on it.
Once the program starts to run, Insert the USB drive you intend to boot from.
Now on the top, locate the menu “Tools” then from the submenu look for Create Bootable USB Drive and click on it. The “Create Bootable USB Drive” dialog box will popup.
In “Create Bootable USB Drive” dialog, click “small folder” button to open the ISOiso file (image) of Windows operating system.
Now select the correct USB drive from the “Destination USB Drive” list if multiple USB drives are connected to the computer.
Choose the proper writing method. “USB-HDD” is recommended.
Click “Start” button to start creating a bootable USB drive.it will load till its 100%. Once is done, a popup will appear, indicating that the process is finished. This means you can now use the drive to format any PC.
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Now that you’ve successfully created a bootable usb drive, then you should now be all set to setup Windows from USB drive.
To format your PC using this drive, you first have to reboot and go into the BIOS configuration to boot from USB. Instructions for doing so varied from system to system, but generally entail the following procedures:
- Reboot the system and Whiles booting that’s before Windows starts loading press any of these keys (F1, F2, Delete or Esc) on your keyboard to get into the BIOS configuration screen. Note, Hotkey instructions are generally provided on the screen.
- Now from the BIOS setup screen, go to the section that contains your boot devices.
- With your USB drive plugged in, the USB drive should be listed. If it isn’t, your system might not support booting from USB. Assuming that it is supported (as is the case with virtually all modern hardware), navigate to your USB drive and make it your primary boot device/first boot. Once you are done, hit on the F10 key to save all your changes
- Exit from the BIOS configuration after saving all changes.
- Now that you’ve properly configured your BIOS and your USB drive supports booting, reboot the PC once again and Windows setup should now load. Depending on the speed of your USB drive, this may take a while. So be patient till the process is finished and you will get your new windows install on the PC. That’s all, enjoy your new installation. Please don’t keep this alone with, share this post with your friends on Facebook, twitter and other social media by clicking on the share button below this post. Thank you for sharing in advance.