How to Create a Bootable USB Drive Windows 7

 

Windows-7 is a perfect windows version from Microsoft in a way that everything is customized in a perfect manner in this window version. It was simply best from windows old look while the new windows versions were then equipped with tile based design eliminating start menu in windows-8 and then re-arrival of the start menu in windows-10 with introduction to god mode and windows application store. If you have a USB with windows-7 in it, you can boot the USB in order to use windows from it in your system and in order to perform this step, you can bring following steps in use:-

How to Create a Bootable USB Drive Windows 7

How to Create a Bootable USB Drive Windows 7

1. Turn the Computer On:-

In order to boot a USB with windows in it, you will have to start a computer first of all. Starting a computer means starting a CPU. After starting the computer, you can easily look for the options available with you to position the USB into a respective USB port. It is better if you connect this USB to the back high speed port instead of using a slow speed USB hub.

2. Insert the USB Flash Drive into Dedicated Slot:-

After finding the USB port, you have to position the USB drive into it. The USB drive after positioning automatically gets recognized by the system as most of the systems support plug and play system for such USB drives. After performing this step, you will have to restart your computer.

3. Restart Your Computer:-

On every computer’s CPU, there is a big power off button and under this button there is a small reset or restart button. You can click this button now in order to restart the computer. We are restarting the computer to switch it to booting mode. Most of the computers automatically boot the USB drive once we position or plug it in the USB slot and then restart the computer.

4. BIOS Set-Up Screen Appears:-

When the computer restarts, we are displayed with a BIOS setup screen with instructions displayed on it. BIOS screen is also called the CMOS setup program. It saves all settings to a piece of memory which is called CMOS. You can use error keys now to search for the option to select the device.

5. Select the Start-Up Device:-

In BIOS settings, you have to select the startup device now. The startup device is your USB and you have to select its name from this portion. Press F10 to save the settings or you can also select “save and exit” option in order to reboot the computer. The BIOS screen options also appear on your screen when you start or restart it in general.

6. Follow the Window Usage Guidelines:-

The window starts booting from the USB now. You can follow the system based specifications in order to use it with your system. The USB content gets booted and you are displayed with the further instructions to use window-7 stored in your USB device. You can take the help of some professional while performing these steps as messing up with the BIOS of your computer can sometimes prove very risky.