Learn About Windows Server 2012 To Usb In Brief.

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I just have a small query about windows server 2012 to usb. If any person knows about this, then please share your knowledge on the same.

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Learn About Windows Server 2012 To Usb In Brief.

  1. First, you must have a USB flash drive.
  2. Next, download and install the USB/DVD Download tool of Windows 7 from either Store or Codeplex.
  3. Click next
  4. Next, select install.
  5. Now, move to a Windows Server 2012 R2 .iso document.
  6. Then, begin the Windows 7 USB/DVD tool.
  7. Now, insert the flash drive into the PC to install, then Power on your system and boot from USB.
  8. Finally, install Windows Server.
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Learn About Windows Server 2012 To Usb In Brief.


If you want to make a bootable USB flash drive of Windows Server 2012, the process is the same when making a bootable USB of Windows XP using Rufus. Before, when USB flash drives are not yet available, a CD or DVD is required to install the operating system or Microsoft Windows.

But nowadays, with the help of USB flash drives, you can now install Microsoft Windows without a CD or DVD by putting the setup CD or DVD to your USB flash drive. You can do this with Rufus. Just download and run it. It doesn’t require installation. But before you can use Rufus, you need to have the ISO file of your Windows setup CD or DVD.

Once you have the ISO file, insert the USB flash drive you want to use then start Rufus. In “Device”, select the drive for your USB flash drive. In “New volume label”, enter a name for your bootable USB flash drive.

On the right of “Create a bootable disk using”, select “ISO Image” from the dropdown list then click the CD icon next to it and select the ISO file you created. Click “Start” to begin creating the bootable USB flash drive. This may take some time to finish.

When the process is complete, close Rufus then download the modified NTDETECT.COM file and unpack it using WinRAR, WinZip, or 7-Zip. Once unpacked, copy the extracted “ntdetect.com” file and replace the existing NTDETECT.COM file on your bootable USB flash drive. Replacing the “ntdetect.com” file is required for Windows XP only. To create an ISO file, you can use ImgBurn.

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