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Sign Up or Log In or Log In via Follow us on Pinterest Home Articles Community My Profile Edit Home » Categories » Computers and Electronics » Operating Systems How to Make a USB Bootable 10 authors | 13 revisions | Last updated: August 25, 2012 Tevin Callan, DifuWu, Flickety, Algebraic, Kanhu, Chris B(Byankno1), Zach, LightOfMyLife, Genius_knight, Rokso 0 Article Edit Discuss Have you ever wanted to install an Operating System(OS), but didn't have the time or didn't know how? Here's an easy and fast way of doing so. When installing an OS, use a USB. It is a much faster way than using a CD/DVD. Edit Steps
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1. 1 Insert your USB into your computer . When your computer finally recognizes it, open the command prompt. There are a couple of different ways of doing it depending on your operating system. Ads by Google Phone Number - Free Trial Phone Numbers in 100+ Countries Free Trial & Instant Activation TollFreeForwarding.com/PhoneNumber o This does not work on Windows XP. o Vista/Windows 7: Start > (type in the search bar) cmd , then press Enter. 2. 2 Once inside the command prompt, type in : diskpart , then press Enter.
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o After that, a new window, diskpart, will appear. 3. 3 Once inside this new window, type in : list disk . All active drives will be displayed to the command prompt.
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o After that is done, you will want to select your USB. Typically, it's always the smallest one in size, so you will always be able to tell which one it is. Type in: select disk 1 . o Clean your USB. Be sure to back up all data stored on the USB you are using, because you will lose all your data in this step. Type in: clean .
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