To Make Bootable Removal pen drive storage problem

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Dear Admin 

I am using Twinmos pendrive. Its data storage 8GB. But I don't make it Bootable. I was trying some small applications but I failed.

Please solve the problem

Thank you

Jesmin 

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #169979

To Make Bootable Removal pen drive storage problem

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Hello Jesmin,

You want to create a bootable pen drive, assuming that you want to make a bootable Windows pen drive, I will guide you how doing it successfully.

Plug-in your pen drive first of all.

Now click on Start, type in cmd and hit enter.

A black Window will appear, type in CD C:windowssystem32, press enter.

Now type DISKPART, press enter, now type LIST DISK, press enter.

You will see the list of disks, type SELECT DISK [Your USB disk Number].

Hit enter, now type in the following commands, hitting enter after each one.

CLEAN

CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY

SELECT PARTITION 1

ACTIVE

FORMAT FS=NTFS

ASSIGN

EXIT

Now enter your Windows CD/DVD into the ROM, now go back to that black window and type X: CD BOOT, Replace X with the letter of your ROM

Now type CD BOOT again and hit enter, now type BOOTSECT.EXE/NT60 Y: and hit enter, replace Y with the letter of your USB.

Now copy everything in your Windows DVD to the Pen Drive and you are done.

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To Make Bootable Removal pen drive storage problem

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Back in the early days when USB flash drives is just beginning to appear, making a USB flash drive to boot seems like impossible. But nowadays, this task is only one click away and the best way and easiest way to do it is to use Rufus. Download the latest version of Rufus and run it.

The program doesn’t require any installation because it works right out of the box. There are two ways to make a USB flash drive bootable.

First, is to create a DOS bootable flash drive and second, is to create a Windows setup flash drive that you can use as replacement for your Windows setup CD or DVD which will allow you to install the Microsoft Windows operating system directly from the USB flash drive. To create a DOS bootable flash drive, connect your USB flash drive on the USB port then run Rufus.

In Rufus, check “Create a bootable disk using” then select “FreeDOS” from the dropdown list and then click “Start” to begin the process. To create a Windows setup flash drive, you need an ISO image of your Windows setup CD or DVD. You can use ImgBurn to image your Windows setup CD or DVD and create an ISO file.

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