How to Use WinUSBMaker18Portable to Create Bootable USB Drives
WinUSBMaker18Portable is a handy tool that lets you create bootable USB drives from any file folder containing the Windows installation program. It is easy to use and does not require installation. You can use it to install Windows on your computer without using a CD or DVD.
In this article, we will show you how to use WinUSBMaker18Portable to create a bootable USB drive from an ISO file or a folder with Windows setup files. You will need a USB drive with at least 4 GB of free space and a Windows ISO file or a folder with Windows setup files. You can download WinUSBMaker18Portable from [here].
Step 1: Launch WinUSBMaker18Portable
After downloading WinUSBMaker18Portable, extract the ZIP file and run the WinUSB Maker.exe file. You will see the main interface of the program as shown below:
Here you can choose the source of your Windows installation files. You can either select an ISO file or a folder with Windows setup files. In this example, we will use an ISO file.
Step 2: Select your USB drive
Next, you need to select your USB drive from the drop-down menu at the bottom of the program. Make sure you have backed up any important data on your USB drive before proceeding, as it will be formatted and erased during the process. Click on the Refresh button if your USB drive is not detected by the program.
Step 3: Start the process
Once you have selected your source and destination, click on the Make USB Bootable button to start the process. You will see a confirmation message asking you to proceed. Click on Yes to continue.
The program will then format your USB drive and copy the Windows installation files to it. This may take some time depending on the size of your source and the speed of your USB drive. When the process is completed, you will see a message saying that your USB drive is ready. Click on OK to close the program.
Step 4: Boot from your USB drive
Now you can use your bootable USB drive to install Windows on your computer. To do so, you need to change the boot order in your BIOS settings and select your USB drive as the first boot device. The steps may vary depending on your computer model and BIOS version, but generally you need to press a key such as F2, F10, F12 or Del when you turn on your computer to enter the BIOS settings.
Once you have changed the boot order, save and exit the BIOS settings and restart your computer. You should see a message saying "Press any key to boot from USB". Press any key and follow the instructions on the screen to install Windows.
WinUSBMaker18Portable is a useful tool that can help you create bootable USB drives from Windows installation files. It is simple and fast, and does not require any installation or registration. You can use it to install Windows on any computer that supports booting from USB devices.
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