[How To] Create Windows 8 Bootable USB Pen Drive

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Windows 8 is out there in market & trending high because of its high efficiency , speed & performance.
It has great HD & 3D features !
Windows 8 makes your PC actually “Personal” !
Just sign in with your hotmail/live account & your emails, chat & Contacts will be automatically synced (Best personalization ever) !
Superb Task management system & new tiles interface !

Don’t miss This Article: Microsoft Windows 8 Available For Pre-Order

Minimum Requirements:

Create Bootable USB Pen Drive From ISO Image:

Step 1: Download and open WinUSB Maker

Step 2: In this Software Select the option Setup the USB and Browse Windows 8 ISO image

Step 3: after Selection ISO Image then Press Make USB Bootable

Step 4: Press the Yes Button and All Doen in 10 or 15 Miniuts

After Creating Bootable pan Drive Select removable drive as your first boot  device through BIOS and Install Windows 8 Pro 🙂

So, We recommend you to install Windows 8 Pro ASAP !
If you are having any problems regarding to installation please comment below in “Leave Your Comment” Section !
Enjoy !


Mosam Gor

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9 Responses

  1. Thanks for this quick tip Mosam. This might come in handy.

  2. Prajwal says:

    WinUSB works great and i also use it casually. Windows USB Tool is the best and convenient when it comes to windows ISOs i guess. But everyone have their own preferences 🙂 .

  3. James says:

    Very helpful post. Thanks for information

  4. Pawan says:

    Nice blog………Can I know some any other way by which we can do this?

  5. Raj Kumar says:

    Great post you can also use diskpart to make bootable USB thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Appreciating the hard work you put into your blog and detailed information you offer.
      It’s nice to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t
      the same out of date rehashed material. Wonderful read!

      I’ve saved your site and I’m including your RSS feeds to my Google

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