Make A Windows Boot Usb Drive

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A Factory OS FFUEnsure the FFU includes drivers to boot on the device or devices you're going to boot from the USB drive.on.Use *.*.*.* as the DevicePlatformID.

Ensure the FFU includes drivers to boot on the device or devices you're going to boot from the USB drive.on. Use *.*.*.* as the DevicePlatformID. A USB 3.0 drive, 32GB or larger if using the default device layout. A target device that you'll boot with the bootable USB driveMust support UEFI bootingMust have Secure boot disabled.

  • Must support UEFI booting. Must have Secure boot disabled.

  • Plug the USB drive into the PC you built the FFU on.

Use diskpart to identify the physical drive number of the USB 3.0 drive:. Flash the image to the USB drive. Use DISM to apply the FFU to the USB drive:.

From the WSK environment:. Where X is the drive number of the USB drive you want to flash.

  • Make sure your device is turned off. Plug the bootable USB drive you created into the device you want to boot.

  • Turn on your device and use the UEFI menu to boot from the USB drive. The device should boot into Factory OS. * Please try a lower page number. * Please enter only numbers. * Please try a lower page number. * Please enter only numbers. Hello saadsoliman, Good day! I'm John DeV a Windows user like you and I'll be happy to assist you today.

  • I know this has been difficult for you, Rest assured, I'm going to do my best to help you. Please check Shawn Brink's tutorial guide below on How to Create Windows 11 Bootable USB Installation Media.

https://www.elevenforum.com/t/create-windows-11..Note: It is always a good practice to backup your important files first before performing any Windows upgrades or re-installation.