How To Burn ISO to USB on Windows Computer

How To Burn ISO to USB on Windows Computer

ISO is a well-known file format that is used on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, or CD.  It is mostly used for operating systems such as Linux, Windows, or UNIX. When you burn ISO to an external disk like a USB flash drive so that you can boot it directly on your computer.  It is a perfect option if you are facing several problems with your computer or if you just want to reset your operating system.

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When you want to burn image files to flash drive, then you need to follow some process, you can just copy the image file and put on it on the USB flash drive like you usually do with other files.  If you copy ISO image file to your USB, then you will just copy the same file but not the content included in that image file, and when you boot on your PC, then nothing will be there, and nothing happens.

Luckily, you can find some free tools that can help you burn ISO image files to USB on Windows 10/8/7. It is an easy process that does not need any professional help, and even novice like you can easily burn ISO file to flash drive and make it bootable for OS installation function.

Rufus is a free and effective tool that will flawlessly produce a bootable USB drive and remove all the information from the ISO file and copy the details to the USB. To make your computer bootable, you don’t require any separate files as all the important files will be available on the ISO image file.

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Step-1: Download Rufus tool on your computer and you don’t need to install it. It is ready-to-use software, all that you need to do is click twice on rufus.exe and the tool will start immediately.

Step-2: Now, insert the USB into the computer to burn the ISO file. Press the drop down from the Device option and choose the flash drive name.

Step-3: Use the default option for division system and target system form, Cluster Size, and File system and do it only if you know how to do, otherwise, just leave them just the way they are.

Step-4: Enter your name on new VLS (Volume Label Section) and create a bootable disk, and now open ISO file to burn on the USB flash drive.

Step-5: Press start once the settings are done and wait till the process is finished accurately. Once it is done you will get a “Done” message on the screen.

 

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