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  • Install Windows 7, or 8 from USB Easy way

    Download USB tool from official Microsoft Site

    Once you have downloaded the tool install it into your PC very simple and common installation like other tools. After the installation run it



    Once you had installed Windows USB tool and Downloaded Windows ISO Files then open up the windows usb tool. it will look like this and click on browse than choose your ISO file choose any windows7 or windows8 it will work for both.

    After Choosing File Click on Next on next box software will show you the options that where do you want to burn this iso image on USB or DvD so we want to burn it into usb so Click on USB.

    Once you has clicked on USB device then choose your USB device and click on Began Copying.


    After 5 minutes it will be completed click on Close button to exit tool.

    That is all you have done and completed your Bootable Windows7 / Windows 8 and 10 USB device.
    Now you can boot from created usb and install windows.

    Source:technozan

  • #2
    A great piece of information there, very quick and simple. Plus, doing away with the need for a disc is environmentally sound!

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    • #3
      I kept running into issues with this over modified ISO files, but it's not really a problem easily encountered.. Last time I checked this it kept crashing when loading a file, but I guess they fixed it fast.
      Last edited by RobertNick; 05-01-2015, 07:26 PM.

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      • #4
        I should have been using Microsoft own program to begin with. For the past couple of years I've been using win to flash and yumi to install windows off of a USB, but this way seems much simpler. Yet another awesome tool.

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        • #5
          Robert, there are many unifficial tools for editing moded ISO's like Rufus, i dont suggest this for modified iso beacuse it's Microsoft official (with all that what means!).
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          • #6
            Finding the proper instructions sometimes seems like an endless task I just continuously run into to false articles over and over again, coming here has really been a huge comfort.

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            • #7
              Would using a USB make the processs slower?

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              • #8
                i think that will make faster,not slower,i have done that before,

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                • #9
                  It indeed makes it faster. Usb's in general run faster than discs.

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                  • #10
                    An instructor in my school I used to be in told me using the USB makes the process slower. Probably depends on the version used.

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                    • #11
                      They probably wanted to keep everything organized. I really do not see a usb unloading data running slower than a disc.

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                      • #12
                        i have 2 pen-drives one gives me much speed that DVD,others one just less than DVD when i set-up my pc,i don't know why,is there anyone knows anything about this?

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                        • #13
                          Perhaps the type of USB support between them is different? The form of USB port, also probably plays a role in the speeds achieved by your computer in relation to read/write ability.

                          For example, if you have a USB3 port and a slower USB, then arguably the speeds achieved are suboptimal compared to your other USB - which supports the higher speed port. Are there major differences between your two USBs and ports?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by lgdg090596 View Post
                            An instructor in my school I used to be in told me using the USB makes the process slower. Probably depends on the version used.
                            but to me it takes less time than dvd if i use USB

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                            • #15
                              I have always thought it would be faster using a USB instead of DVD but it may depend on your computer too. I'm not sure, but I wash wondering what USB should be purchased for this.
                              Last edited by moreno58; 28-08-2015, 07:48 AM.

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