USB Bootable drive for Win7

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I would like to make a USB bootable drive which can be used for install Windows 7 in the computer. But when I try to create the same, an error message pops up saying that “Files cannot be copied” Please check the ISO file and USB drive then retry. I have used two different USB drive and ISO files. Please help me to solve this issue.

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USB Bootable drive for Win7

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Through which software you are making your USB a bootable device. I suggest you to use software.
 
FlashBoot. This software has all extensions and it can work with any sort of flash drive. If you cannot find it free then download it demo version and use it to make your USB bootable device. There is one more option download a zip file from this link which can make your USB bootable drive.
 
 
After this do the following procedure to make this happen.
 
Insert your USB and restart your computer.
 
Enter the BIOS setup to change the boot device setting.
 
If the boot-up files are created in the USB drive, select USB-HDD or USB-ZIP (preferred). If the boot-up files are created in the floppy drive of your device, select USB-FDD (for Pen Drive that supports security mode).

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