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How to install windows 7 or Windows 10 via a bootable USB flash drive

10/31/2019
RB Rosabella

1. Introduction
2. Windows USB / DVD Download Tool set up
3. Windows 7 or Windows 10 set up via a bootable USB flash drive
4. Read further


Your DVD player does not work! Do you have a USB flash drive that makes at least 4 GB of storage space?
Here is how to install your Windows 7 or Windows 10 via a bootable USB key.

Windows USB / DVD Download Tool set up:

To install Windows 7 with a bootable USB flash drive, you will need a « Windows USB / DVD Download Tool » that is provided by Microsoft via the codeplex site. This tool allows you to create a support on a USB flash drive or on a DVD.


1. To download « Windows USB / DVD Download Tool » simply click on « Download ».

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2. You need to go to your download folder, click on « Open folder » then launch the « Windows USB / DVD Download Tool » to install it on your computer and create your bootable USB flash drive.

NB: Although the name of the software suggests that it is only intended for Windows 7, this tool provided by Microsoft is also compatible with Windows 10.

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3- Click on « Install »

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4- Please be patient! « Windows USB/DVD Download Tool » setup will launch.

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5- Then click on « Finish »

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Windows 7 or Windows 10 set up via a bootable USB flash drive

After you finish installing the "Windows USB / DVD Download Tool", you have to create your bootable USB flash drive for Windows 7 or Windows 10 set up.

1- Launch the application from the « Start » menu.

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2- First click on « Browse », select the Windows 7 or Windows 10 ISO you downloaded then click « Next ».

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3. Click on « USB device »

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4- Click on « begin copying »

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The copy of the Windows 7 or Windows 10 installation files on the USB drive will start. Be patient! This operation may last a few minutes. You have just to wait until it finishes and then restart your PC. You can now launch a new installation or update of Windows 7 or Windows 10 on your computer.

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