Iso To Usb Windows 10

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Secondly, Download and Install Windows USB/DVD Download Tool from Microsoft

  • Burning the Windows 10 ISO file to a USB is an inevitable step when you want to install Windows from a USB or create a bootable USB drive.
  • However, burning ISO to a USB is just one of the many steps to achieve your goal of creating a Windows 10 installation disk.
  • For example, after burning the ISO file to the USB flash drive, you will further need to download the Windows USB/DVD download tool to finish the remaining procedure.

Luckily, there is an alternative way to create a bootable disk for Windows 10, which is far more effective than burning ISO to a USB in Windows 10. Apply one of the two methods below according to your needs:.

How to Burn ISO to USB in Windows 10

PAGE CONTENT:Easier Way: Create a Windows 10 Bootable USB DirectlyBurn ISO to a USB with Third-Party Tool.

If your purpose is to create a bootable USB drive which you can boot Windows 10 from, don't bother burning the ISO file to a USB anymore. With the Windows backup software - EaseUS Todo Backup, you can make your Windows 10 portable in only three steps, sparing you from downloading the ISO file, burning the ISO file to the USB, and more.

Check how much disk space is used for the system C drive. Let's assume 40GB. Then prepare a qualified USB drive, of which the disk capacity must be larger than 40GB. Do you use an empty new USB drive or an old one? Make sure that all the important data has been safely transferred because the system clone will overwrite data on it completely.

Correctly connect the USB drive to your machine and make sure that Windows has detected it and assigned a drive letter to it.
  1. Follow the overall process to create a portable Windows USB drive and boot from it:. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup. Expand the Tools menu and click "System Clone". On the "System clone" window, the software will choose the system partition and boot partition by default.

    Just Choose the USB drive as the destination disk. Click on "Advanced options" and then "Create a portable windows USB Drive". Click "OK" and then "Next".

    You can preview or adjust the disk layout on the destination drive. If there is no problem, click "Proceed" and the software will start immediately cloning the default system partitions of your desktop/laptop to the USB drive. After the cloning process is over, you can safely plug the USB drive out.

  2. Boot from the USB drive. Connect your portable USB to the computer.

    Restart the computer and press "Del" to enter BIOS. Set the PC to boot from the portable USB by changing the boot order in BIOS under the "Boot" tab.

    Save changes and you'll see your system booting up from the USB drive. Being different from burning a downloaded Windows ISO file to a USB flash drive, EaseUS Todo Backup allows you to create a bootable Windows 10 USB directly.

  3. Besides, if you want to install Windows 10 from the USB by burning ISO to the USB and then creating a Windows 10 installation disk, this software can also provide you a much more convenient way to install Windows 10 on your computer, that is to migrate Windows 10 from another computer without reinstallation.

    Another outstanding feature you may need is to create an emergency USB. With it, you can boot your computer with the USB and rescue your data when the computer fails to boot properly.

  4. EaseUS Todo Backup is an unmissable tool for you to protect your important data, whether it's on your computer, external hard drive, USB flash drive or other external storage devices.

    Try it and you will know how useful it is. To burn ISO to a USB in Windows 10, a third-party tool is necessary since it's not simply copying and pasting. In addition, depending on where the ISO file is, for example, on your computer or in the Windows 10 installation DVD, you will have different approaches to burn the ISO file to the USB.

    If you have downloaded the Windows 10 ISO file on your computer, you can apply the ISO to USB burner such as Rufus to burn ISO to USB flash drive. Go to visit Rufus ( and download the latest version of Rufus. After that, double-click the .exe file to launch Rufus and connect your USB to your computer.

  5. From the Device drop-down menu, choose the USB device you want to burn the ISO file to.

  6. From the Boot selection drop-down menu, choose "Disk or ISO image (Please select)", then click "SELECT" and choose the ISO file stored on your computer.

  7. To ensure you can boot from the USB on both UEFI and BIOS computer, choose "MBR" under Partition scheme, .

  8. Leave the other options unchanged and click "Start" to begin burning the Windows 10 ISO file to the USB drive. Since the process will format the USB, you'd better back up it in advance with a backup utility.

    If you realize that you have lost data after burning ISO to the USB, you can recover your files with the most popular free data recovery software - EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. Whether you want to install Windows 10 from USB or create a bootable USB for Windows 10, your needs can be satisfied more easily with the help of EaseUS Todo Backup.

  9. Don't hesitate to give it a try. Before you install Windows 10 from a flash USB drive, you need to burn a Windows 10 ISO file to a USB drive.

    Here you will learn how to burn Windows 10 ISO to USB step by step. Before you get started, you need to prepare a USB drive and plug it to your computer.

  10. For Windows 10 32-bit editions, you will need a USB with the maximum 4GB free space. For Windows 10 64-bit editions, you will need a USB with the maximum 8GB free space.

    It is recommended that you use a blank USB as any content on the USB will be deleted in order to burn the ISO file. You can burn the ISO to USB manually: . Go to Microsoft download page and click Download tool now to download MediaCreationTool.

  11. Double-click on the downloaded file then Accept the terms. Select option Create installation media for another PC. Select the Language, Edition and Architecture that you wish to install and click Next button to continue.

  12. Select option ISO file and click Next button. Choose a location where you wish to save the file. The File is named as “Windows” by default. Just change the File name if you want. After clicking Save button, the download starts instantly. The process of downloading and creating will take some time.

    When it completes, you will see the following screen. Then click Finish button. Go to Microsoft download page.

  13. Scroll down to find and click on Windows USB/DVD Download Tool. Then follow the on-screen instructions to download the tool, and save it to a specific location.

    After download completes, double-click on the file to install the software. When install completes, you will see the shortcut of the software on desktop (see below image).

  14. Thirdly, follow steps below to burn the ISO file to USB drive:.

    Double-click on the shortcut of USB/DVD download tool. Click Browse button to navigate to the location where you saved the ISO file then choose the file.

    Then click on Next. Click on USB device. Select the USB drive that you want to burn the ISO file to. If there is one drive plugged to computer, the drive will be selected by default.

    Then click on Begin copying. Click on Erase USB Device. Click Yes to confirm the erase. The process will take a while. Wait a while until you see the Bootable USB device created successfully.

  15. Then you can unplug the USB drive and use it to install Windows 10. If you have difficulty burning the ISO file to USB manually, you can use a trusted third-party tool to help you like “UltralSO”.

    ISO to USB is a free and small software that can burn the ISO image file directly to the USB drives, these USB drives include USB flash drives, memory sticks and other USB storage devices, it also supports to create a bootable USB disk with Windows operating systems.

  16. The ISO image file is a popular image of the CD/DVD discs, an ISO file can include all the content on the disc, this software can easily burn these ISO files to a USB flash disk, makes it easy to carry and use.

The program's interface is very simple, you only need select the ISO file you want to burn and the target USB drive, then click "Burn" button, an USB disk that includes all ISO image data will be created.

Firstly, Download an ISO file from Microsoft

There do not have any complicated settings, it is easy to use very much. This software currently only support Windows bootable disk, can work with both BOOTMGR and NTLDR boot mode, can create USB disk with FAT, FAT32, exFAT or NTFS file system.

(When you are making a bootable USB disk, suggest you choose the FAT32 file system.). This program have be tested with Win8/Win7 PE and WinXP PE bootable ISO image files, it can work fine, the generated USB disk can normally boot the computers.

Only a small part of the machines can boot Win8/Win7, but can not boot WinXP, these machines will display "NTLDR is missing", for this problem there is no good solution currently.

Easier Way: Create a Windows 10 Bootable USB Drive

Insert your USB disk. (a) For Win8, press keyboard "Windows key" + X together to open the Quick Access Menu, select "Disk Management". (Or, from Windows 8.1, users can right-click on the Start button to bring up this quick access menu).

(b) For Win7/Vista, click "Start", and then click "Control Panel", in the "System and Security", click "Administrative Tools", and then double-click "Computer Management". In "Computer Management" console tree, expand "Storage", click "Disk Management".


(c) For WinXP, click "Start", and then click "Control Panel", in the "Performance and Maintenance", click "Administrative Tools", and then double-click "Computer Management". In "Computer Management" console tree, expand "Storage", click "Disk Management". In "Disk Management", right-click your USB disk (unallocated space), and then click "New Simple Volume", the "New Simple Volume Wizard" should appear, step-by-step, that is all.

Hi Arthur, if you already have the ISO, click the link below to download Windows USB DVD Download Tool It is a very reliable utility to create bootable media from the Windows 10 ISO you do not already have the ISO: Click this link: download the Media Creation Tool (Click on Download Tool Now), with that you can download the latest Windows 10 ISO (Select Create Installation Media for Another PC), you can create a bootable USB flash drive (min 8GB) using that tool .

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