If you haven’t migrated to Windows 10 yet and like working with Windows 7, here is a thing you’ll love to know. In the blog, we’ll learn to create bootable Windows 7 pen drive from ISO File.
Requirement: A pen drive of size 4GB or more and Windows 7 ISO file.
Once you have these, plug the pen drive to computer and follow the instructions,
- Download Windows7 USB DVD tool which is a free utility tool by Microsoft.
- Install the tool and run.
- Browse and select your Windows 7 ISO file. Click ‘Next’ to proceed.
- Select ‘USB Device’ since we’re making bootable windows 7 pen drive.
- Select the pen drive in the dropdown list. Refresh if you can’t see. Click ‘Begin Copying’.
- Bootable files will start copying to the flash drive. The process may take 10-15 minutes or more depending on the data transfer speed and version of Windows 7.
- Once the process completes, status will set to ‘Backup Completed’.
- That’s it. You have successfully created a bootable pen drive ready to install Windows 7 in your computer.
Installing operating system using pen drive is a better option than doing the same with DVD as its comparatively very fast. Moreover, certain laptops and netbook devices have optical drive option so learning this way is useful.