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Hello Guys,Please let me know How to Install Windows 10 From a Bootable USB Drive? I don't know how to install it. I tried many times but unable to install it.So can anyone have any idea?
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Generally, it's quite easy to boot or install Windows 10 from a bootable USB drive. The process is straightforward and all you need to follow a guide for Windows 10 USB install. Just within a few minutes, you can experience a fresh Windows on your PC, laptop or any media center. So, here’s all you need to understand about Windows 10 USB install procedure using a bootable USB device.
Well, the solution works best for the case if your PC doesn’t support or have an optical drive. Even if you are out of DVDs, Windows 10 USB install is the apt way. This is because a USB stick is portable and it guarantees compatibility with every desktop and laptop computer. While some of the new computers might not support a DVD drive, they must surely provide you with a USB port. Moreover, you can quickly install Windows 10 from a bootable USB drive.
Basically, a USB drive can be made to boot faster than an optical drive can and so it also installs the operating system faster. Please make sure that in order to install Windows 7 or Windows 10 using a USB stick, you must have a device with at least 8GB of storage. Additionally, before starting the process, ensure that your USB flash drive has been formatted or cleaned up.
Before you download a bootable Windows installation image and start with Windows 10 USB install process, it’s important to know the difference between UEFI and BIOS. Earlier PCs were dependent on the basic input/output system (BIOS) for the boot process of the operating system. So the management of data between the operating system and devices was important and required.
However, for the past decade, UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) has replaced the BIOS system, adding a legacy support. So, now UEFI can help you with PC diagnosis and repair without any additional software or media.
Fortunately, we have the most common ways of installing Windows 10 from a bootable USB drive that supports UEFI and legacy BIOS hardware. So, whichever option you will opt for must be compatible and work for your hardware.
Before proceeding to install Windows 10 from a bootable USB drive, insert your formatted USB flash stick to your PC or laptop. So, are you ready to install Windows 10? There are different methods for Windows 10 USB install, but the easiest way to do this is to use the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool. To quickly learn this, head towards the Microsoft Download Windows 10 page and click Download tool now.
Next, you have to save the tool to your computer. Approximately, that is about 20MB or under in size, so shouldn’t take too long on a fast connection. Once the tool is downloaded, launch the media creation tool and click Accept when asked.
Here, you will be given two options. Out of them, choose Create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC and click on Next.
Select your preferred Language, Windows 10 Edition, and system Architecture. Please remember that these settings can not be changed until you clear the checkbox labeled as Use the recommended options for this PC. Thereafter, press the Next button again.
Now, select USB flash drive, then Next, and select the USB drive from the list shown. Again click Next button to prompt the downloading of your Windows 10 installation files.
Lastly, wait till the bootable USB Windows 10 installer is created. The process time depends on your internet speed so prefer a fast working internet connection for the same at home.
Once the installation media is created, you can now install Windows 10. The USB drive is bootable and you only have to remove it from your PC, then insert it into the target device.
Make sure to power up the computer while installing Windows 10 and let it detect the USB drive. Next, access the UEFI/BIOS or boot menu. As the USB device is detected, select it as the main boot device.
The subsequent reboot will detect the Windows 10 installation media and you can kickstart with the installation wizard.