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Create a Bootable USB to Install Windows

Creating a bootable USB drive to install Windows using Rufus is a common task when you want to install or reinstall the Windows operating system on your computer. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

Before you begin:

Download Windows ISO: First, you need to download the Windows operating system ISO file . (e.g., Windows 10, Windows 11, Home, Pro, etc.). you will find the windows iso file in the email provided

Prepare a USB drive: You’ll need a USB flash drive with a capacity of at least 8 GB to store the Windows installation files. 

Download and Install Rufus: You can download Rufus from the official website: https://rufus.ie/

Install and run Rufus on your computer.

Step 1: Open up Rufus and plug your clean USB stick into your computer.

Step 2: Rufus will automatically detect your USB. Click on Device and choose the USB you want to use from the drop-down menu.

Step 3: Make sure the Boot Selection option is set to Disk or ISO image then click Select. Rufus will open a file explorer browser window; locate the ISO image you want to burn onto the USB and select it.

Step 4: You’ll generally want to create a Standard Windows installation, and Rufus will automatically detect the correct Partition Scheme based on your device, so keep the default settings as they are. However, you can also change these if you want.

Step 5: Give the Volume label a name of your choice, or leave it as it is, and once again leave the default settings for File system and Cluster size. Now click Start

Step 6: You’ll get a warning saying that any data on the USB will be destroyed (this is normal). Click OK and Rufus will start creating the ISO image on the USB.

Step 7: Once Rufus has finished creating the ISO image on the USB, you can close it and your bootable USB is ready to go!

You can also  use Windows 7 USB/DVD Tool instead of Rufus 

instead of Rufus , Download Windows 7 USB/DVD Tool and install it. : 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GQNyyGr3W6Z93rF7njnx4LlhqKz1r6he/view?usp=sharing

2. Run the program, browse to your Windows  ISO image using the Browse button. 

3. In this step, you need to select your media type. As we are here to create a bootable USB, simply click on USB device button (if you don’t know which is right check for drive letter via Windows Explorer or other file browsers) 

4. Select your USB flash drive from the drop down box and click on Begin copying button.

5. The Windows 7 USB/DVD tool will take a few minutes to complete the procedure.

6. You are done. Reboot you machine and start installing your Windows

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