Burn ISO to USB

How To Make Bootable USB From ISO files

Are you looking to burn ISO to USB disk? Find out how to make bootable USB from ISO files here. Learn how to burn Windows 7 ISO and Windows XP ISO files to USB disk.

Follow this link to burn a Windows 7 ISO file to USB disk

Follow this link to burn a Windows XP or Windows Vista ISO file to USB disk

Follow this link to burn a Linux ISO file to USB

How To Burn a Windows 7 ISO to USB

Microsoft has made burning a Windows 7 ISO file to USB disk (or DVD) really easy. Simply download the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool and then run the file to install the program. Then follow these steps:

1. Insert a USB disk into your PC.

2. Once Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool has installed, you should see a "Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool" icon on your desktop. Double-click the icon to open the program.

3. Click "Browse", locate your Windows 7 ISO file, then click the "Next" button.

windows 7 usb/dvd download tool step 1 of 4

4. Click the "USB device" button (click "DVD" if you would like to create a Windows 7 install DVD instead).

windows 7 usb/dvd download tool step 2 of 4

5. Make sure the correct USB disk is selected in the drop-down, then click "Begin copying".

windows 7 usb/dvd download tool step 3 of 4

The tool will now create a bootable USB Windows 7 install disk.

windows 7 usb/dvd download tool step 4 of 4

Congratulations! You now have a bootable USB Windows 7 install disk. Follow this link to learn how to boot from it and install Windows 7 from USB.

How To Burn a Windows XP or Windows Vista ISO to USB

1. The first thing you need to do is install a program called WinRAR. This will allow us to unpack the ISO file in a minute. You can get the latest copy of WinRAR from here.

2. To burn the ISO file to USB we'll be using a program named WinToFlash. Open the WinToFlash website (click and a new window will open) and click the "Last version via official download server" link, then save the file.

3. Right-click the WinToFlash file you just downloaded and select "Extract to Novicorp WinToFlash..." (or similar).

winrar extract to

4. Right-click your Windows ISO file and select "Extract to Windows..." (or similar). This will take several minutes to complete.

winrar extract iso

5. Open the "Novicorp WinToFlash" folder that was created when you performed Step #3. Open the folder and double-click the WinToFlash icon.

If you're prompted with a security warning, click "Run" or otherwise accept the message.

wintoflash icon

6. Click "Next".

wintoflash welcome first start wizard

7. Tick "I accept EULA" (or similar) and then click the Next button.

wintoflash eula end user license agreement

8. Click "EXIT".

wintoflash key license file

9. Click on the green tick button.

wintoflash welcome tab

10. Click "Next".

wintoflash

11. Under "Windows files path:", click the "Select" button. Then select the folder that was created when you performed Step #4.

wintoflash select windows files path

12. Under "USB drive:" click the "Select" button. Then select the USB/removable disk.

wintoflash select usb drive

13. Click "Next".

wintoflash basic parameters

14. Select the "I accept" option and click "Continue".

wintoflash accept windows license agreement

15. If your USB disk is not empty, you will be prompted to delete everything on it. Click "OK" if you are happy for everything on the disk to be wiped.

wintoflash format warning

16. WinToFlash will now copy the setup files from the Windows disc to the USB disk.

wintoflash transferring windows setup

17. When all files have copied onto the USB disk, click "Next".

wintoflash transferring windows setup complete

18. Read the message, then click "Exit".

wintoflash all done

Congratulations! You've successfully copied an ISO to USB disk. You now have a bootable USB Windows XP - or Vista - install disk. Learn how to boot from it and install Windows by following the relevant link:

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