Windows 7 USB Download Tool To Create Bootable Windows 7 USB Drive

Valid until 31 January 2015 (unless noted)
Because there is no optical drive, Netbook users experienced difficulties when installing Microsoft Windows 7 from CD. If this problem appears, you have to create a bootable Windows 7 USB Drive to install the OS. In the last blog post, I already explained about how to create bootable Windows Setup USB flash by using WinToFlash. There is another option, by using a tool, named Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool, it allows you to create a bootable USB/DVD from Windows 7 ISO file. To create a bootable DVD or USB flash drive, download the ISO file and then run the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool.

You can download Windows 7 USB Download Tool and get more information about this tool on CodePlex website.


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Unless your motherboard and BIOS is capable of doing this then no you can't. OS have to be installed on the main drive so it can access everything directly for a faster response.

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You can use another computer to just drag the files to your (4GB+) USB drive from the DVD. It simply won't be bootable that way, but you can start your installation while your current OS is running.

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