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Windows 7: win7 32-bit Via USB..

21 May 2012   #1

Windows 7 ultimate X86
win7 32-bit Via USB..

I want to know how to install win7 32-bit via USB and how to make bootable USB ...plz give some tutorials or procedure for me....soon as possible im waiting .. thank you....:)

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21 May 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

Another easy way ..

Download Rufus v1.1.7 without FreeDos Support (154KB) from Rufus - Create bootable USB drives

Run it.

win7 32-bit Via USB..-rufus-win7.jpg

Select your pendrive.

Select File System FAT32 or NTFS (I selected NTFS since my Win 7 ISO was 5GB+. If your Win 7 ISO is less than 4 GB you can select FAT32)

Give a New Volume Label.

Check Quick Format.

( If you want to check the pendrive for bad sectors, check Check for bad sectors and select the number of passes.)

Check Create a bootable disk using ISO Image. (select ISO Image from the dropdown box.)

Show the location of your Win7 ISO.

Click Start.

Wait for the writing to complete.

Your bootable Win 7 install USB pendrive is ready.

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22 May 2012   #3

Windows 7 ultimate X86
Thank you

Mr. jumanji im going to use ur method only.....
but the file size is 154kb......not MB...

thank you
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22 May 2012   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

OMG ! The error is regretted. I must have been half asleep :). Thank you for pointing out the error. I shall edit and correct it.

Glad you found Rufus useful. You may also try Microsoft's Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool suggested by koolkat77. That is also easy to use. I have also used Universal USB installer Universal USB Installer – Easy as 1 2 3 | USB Pen Drive Linux earlier.

It is good to know the various options.
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