Windows 7 booteable usb

Windows 7 usb/dvd download tool

A Bootable USB is an application that is in charge of creating a USB with the content of the Windows installation DVD, specifically to be able to install this system in those computers where it is necessary. It is very easy to use, since everything goes with a very direct graphical environment, and since the application is portable it is not even necessary to install it. The requirements to be fulfilled are to have a pendrive/hard disk of 4GB or more and the DVD (or its ISO image) of installation of Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008. Also, it is necessary to consider that this tool must be executed from Vista / 7 / Server 2008, that is to say, it is not compatible with Windows XP.

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A bootable USB is a pendrive where you can insert programs such as Windows to install them on different computers without the need of the installation disk. Of course it works as a bootable drive to save the essential files of the ISO operating system.
You can also save all the information of a Windows to install it in your PC in the bootable USB, from the main file to the most relevant installers of the program. Which, of course, is great because you no longer need a disk to install Windows 7, just a USB flash drive with a spacious and virus-free memory is enough.
In this article we will show you how to create a bootable USB drive to install Windows 7 from an external pendrive step by step. This way you will no longer have to resort to a technician to format your computer.
The first thing to do is to go to the Microsoft website, download the program with your administrator permission (if you do not have it you will not be able to conceive the download). Once the download is ready, accept all the terms and conditions on each of the screens (these are shown as dialog icons).

Windows usb/dvd download tool

A bootable USB is a pendrive where you can insert programs such as Windows to install them on different computers without the need of the installation disk. Of course it works as a bootable drive to save the essential operating system ISO files.
You can also save all the information of a Windows to install it in your PC in the bootable USB, from the main file to the most relevant installers of the program. Which, of course, is great because you no longer need a disk to install Windows 7, just a USB flash drive with a spacious and virus-free memory is enough.
In this article we will show you how to create a bootable USB drive to install Windows 7 from an external pendrive step by step. This way you will no longer have to resort to a technician to format your computer.
The first thing to do is to go to the Microsoft website, download the program with your administrator permission (if you do not have it you will not be able to conceive the download). Once the download is ready, accept all the terms and conditions on each of the screens (these are shown as dialog icons).

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3. Once the download is finished, click on the executable file and click Yes in the dialog box that appears. Remember that you must have administrator privileges to perform the installation.
Note: If your PC does not automatically reboot to the USB drive, you may need to enter the UEFI (or BIOS) to change the boot order. To do this, immediately after turning on your computer, press the F2, F12, Esc or Del key (depending on your computer manufacturer), go to Boot or the Boot Options Priorities section and select the first one to choose your USB stick.
Minimum requirements: 1 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM for 32-bit or 2 GB for 64-bit, 16 GB hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit), as well as a DirectX9 graphics card.
3. Also download the Windows tool to create your bootable USB by clicking Download here. Although it was developed for Windows 7, it is perfectly compatible with Windows 8, so choose your language version and click Next.