1. Use Media Creation Tool to create Bootable Windows 10 USB:
After huge demand for bootable USB creator for Windows 7, Microsoft has started providing its Official bootable device maker which is handy & works pretty good to Create Bootable USB/DVD Windows 10 flash drive.
- An Internet Connection.
- A USB drive of 4GB for 32Bit & 8GB for 64Bit.
- Read the System requirements of Win 10.
- Win 10 ISO File.
- Check FAQ’s for any queries.
1. Click/tap on the Download button below to go to Microsoft. If your PC is a 32-bit operating system, on the Software download page, select Download Tool Now (32-bit version). If your PC is a 64-bit operating system, select Download Tool Now (64-bit version).
2. Open the Tool & Select Create installation media for another PC, and click/tap on Next.
3. Select the Language, Edition, and 32-bit (x86), 64-bit (x64), or both (32-bit and 64-bit on same USB) Architecture you want for the ISO file, and click/tap on Next.
If you are currently running Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 with Bing, or Windows 10 Home, choose Windows 10 Home as Edition.
If you are currently running Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 8 Professional, Windows 8.1 Professional with Media Centre, or Windows 10 Pro, choose Windows 10 Pro as Edition.
4. Select USB flash drive, and click/tap on Next. If you want to create a bootable Windows 10 USB DVD, select ISO file. Make sure you have ISO file of the Windows 10 version you selected in step 3 handy.
5. Connect your USB flash drive, click/tap on the Refresh drive list link, select the USB flash drive, and click/tap on Next.
6. Now, the process of creating bootable drive will start.
2. Use “Rufus” to create Bootable Window 10 USB:
1. Download latest version of Rufus from here : Rufus
2. Connect the USB flash drive & Run Rufus.exe
3. Make all the Options as mentioned below:
- Under Device, select the USB flash drive you want to format and use.
- Under Format Options, check Create a bootable disk using, select the ISO Image option, click/tap on the browse icon to navigate to and select your 64-bit Windows 10 ISO file, and then make sure that Standard Windows installation is selected (dotted).
- (With UEFI) Under Partition scheme and target system type, select GPT partition scheme for UEFI. (Without UEFI) select MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI-CSM.
- Under File system, select FAT32.
- Under Cluster size, select the (Default) (ex: 4096 bytes) it has listed.
- Under Format Options, check Quick format.
- Under Format Options, check Create extended label and icon files.
- Under New volume label, you can enter any name you like for the USB flash drive, or leave the default name.
4. Rufus will now start creating the bootable USB flash drive.
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