Windows 10 From a Bootable USB Drive

lennerttt

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If you would like to install Windows, needless to say, to start with, you want a corresponding installation DVD. But should you not have a DVD drive in your laptop or your own desktop PC and you can't count on an external one, you need to resort to another option.

Within this guide, I'm going to show you how you can utilize Rufus to set up Windows. For this to work, you want a USB device.

Microsoft also has its own program to do so. Nevertheless, the alternative Rufus is far better. Rufus is an easy to use opensource software, making the process easier.

To start the procedure, select your USB device. For the partition scheme, select the GPT Partitioning scheme for the UEFI computer. The file system is FAT32. Without changing anything, now you can accept all other settings.

A small button allows you to pick the Windows ISO file. As soon as you have done this, all you have to do is click Start and then OK. Then the groundwork of the USB begins, It takes a time until these measures are finished and you'll be able to continue the Windows setup.

https://win32diskimager.download/
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https://youtu.be/VsSvD-SIqiQ
 
Dec 18, 2017
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good tutorial for windows 10 installation but does it work with windows 7 ? ( i will never switch to windows 10 unless there is 100% no way to stay on windows 7 )