UNetBooting Windows: How to Create a Bootable USB Drive in Minutes
If you want to install or repair Windows on your computer, you might need a bootable USB drive. A bootable USB drive is a device that contains the Windows installation files and can be used to start your computer and install Windows. But how do you create a bootable USB drive? One of the easiest and fastest ways is to use UNetBooting Windows.
UNetBooting Windows is a free and open-source software that allows you to create bootable USB drives from ISO files. ISO files are compressed images of the Windows installation discs that you can download from the official Microsoft website or other sources. UNetBooting Windows can also create bootable USB drives from other operating systems, such as Linux or macOS.
In this article, we will show you how to use UNetBooting Windows to create a bootable USB drive for Windows 10 in 3 simple steps. You will need a USB drive with at least 8 GB of storage space and an ISO file of Windows 10. You can download the ISO file from here.
Step 1: Download and Install UNetBooting Windows
The first step is to download and install UNetBooting Windows on your computer. You can download it from here. The installation process is straightforward and should not take more than a few minutes. Once you have installed UNetBooting Windows, launch it from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut.
Step 2: Select the ISO File and the USB Drive
The next step is to select the ISO file and the USB drive that you want to use. In the UNetBooting Windows interface, you will see two options: Distribution and Diskimage. Choose Diskimage and click on the button with three dots (...) to browse for the ISO file of Windows 10 that you have downloaded. Then, select the USB drive letter from the drop-down menu below. Make sure that you have backed up any important data on your USB drive before proceeding, as it will be erased during the process.
Step 3: Create the Bootable USB Drive
The final step is to create the bootable USB drive. Click on OK to start the process. UNetBooting Windows will extract the files from the ISO file and copy them to your USB drive. This may take some time depending on the size of the ISO file and the speed of your USB drive. Once the process is completed, you will see a message saying \"Installation Complete\". You can now close UNetBooting Windows and eject your USB drive.
Congratulations! You have successfully created a bootable USB drive for Windows 10 using UNetBooting Windows. You can now use it to install or repair Windows on your computer. To do so, you need to change the boot order in your BIOS settings to make your computer boot from the USB drive first. The steps may vary depending on your computer model and BIOS version, but generally, you need to press a key such as F2, F12, or Delete when you turn on your computer to enter the BIOS settings. Then, look for an option called Boot or Boot Order and move your USB drive to the top of the list. Save and exit the BIOS settings and restart your computer. You should see a screen with UNetBooting logo and a menu with different options. Choose Default or Install Windows 10 and follow the instructions on the screen.
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