Crear usb booteable windows 7
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A bootable USB is a pendrive where you can insert programs like 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).
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 flash drive.
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.
Startup disk creator
In the past, to install software on an empty computer or a computer that we wanted to format or restore, we used a CD or DVD. Now, many computers don’t even come with a reader, besides the fact that it is a slow method. The best way, nowadays, is to use a pendrive. It is fast, because the transmission speed is much faster, and it can also be reused.
Creating a bootable USB with an ISO image is basically making a USB flash drive have the ability to autorun on a computer without having an operating system installed on it. It is generally used to install software on that same computer. It can also be used to run an operating system without installing it (GNU/Linux, for example, allows it, but not Windows).
To do this, we will have to find a USB flash drive with certain requirements: it must be formatted in FAT32 format, its storage capacity must be clearly greater than the weight of the file we want to insert, and it must not have anything inside, or at least nothing that we would miss in case it is deleted, because, during the process, we will lose everything (it must be formatted).
Windows usb/dvd download tool
Today we are going to talk to you in depth about Rufus, one of the reference applications that is always at the top of the list of tools to create bootable or bootable USB drives. These bootable drives are able to run automatically on a computer without the need for it to have an operating system installed, and are used to install an operating system or perform operations with other tools.
We are going to start this article by talking about what Rufus is and what the application is for. Once we have clarified that, we will explain step by step how to use this tool when creating your bootable USB drives.
Rufus was officially launched on December 14, 2011. It was born from the need that its creator started to feel to replace the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool application for Windows, which was once one of the fastest and easiest alternatives to create a bootable disk. Rufus was not required to be installed and had a much more modern interface than other alternatives.