In order to manually create a bootable USB drive you can use Command Prompt as a Windows default program. You need to follow some steps to make a bootable USB drive as the Windows installation media. To make a bootable USB drive as a Windows installation media, you may require no less than 4 GB for least limit. Bigger limit is better.
On the off chance that you need to make Windows Vista or Windows 7 bootable USB drive, a 4GB USB drive will be adequate. But if you need to make a bootable drive of Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, you’ll require an 8GB USB drive.
It will great before going to next stride that you ought to disengage all other external hard disk, pen drive and so on in light of the fact that accidentally these drives can be formatted. So taking precautionary measure is great. Pen drive with Minimum 4 GB ought to be associated. Spare every one of the information from the pen drive since it will be formatted in one of the accompanying stride.
The easiest way to make a bootable USB drive without using any software are described below:
Use of DISKPART command
Embed your USB pen drive to your running PC. As the initial step, we have to run Command Prompt as overseer. To do this, we have to discover cmd by writing “cmd” in the search box on Windows Start Menu. After query item for “cmd” shows up, right tap on it and select “run as Administrator“.
Sort “diskpart” on Command Prompt (without quotes) and hit Enter. Wait for some time until the DISKPART program run.
Sort ‘list disk’ to view dynamic disk on your PC and hit Enter. There would be seen that the dynamic circles appeared as Disk 0 for hard drive and Disk 1 for your USB flash drive with its aggregate limit. Type ‘select disk 1’ to confirm that disk 1 would be handled in the following stride then hit Enter.
Type “clean” and hit Enter to expel all of information in the drive.
Type ‘makes partition primary’ and hit Enter. Making primary partition and further perceived by Windows as ‘partition 1’. Sort ‘select partition 1’ a hit Enter. Pick the ‘segment 1’ for setting up it as a dynamic segment. Sort “active” and hit Enter. Enact current allotment.
Sort ‘format fs=ntfs quick’ and hit Enter. Arrange current partition as NTFS record framework rapidly. Sort “exit” and hit Enter. Leaving DISKPART program however doesn’t close the Command Prompt. We would at present need it for next procedure.