Make a bootable USB drive from the Windows 7 ISO image








  • Method 1: Use Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool (Download)
  • Method 2: Use WinToFlash (Download)
  • Method 3: Use bootsect tool from the Windows 7 Installation DVD/ISO
    1. Format the USB drive to FAT32.
    2. Copy/Extract the content of the Windows 7 ISO file to the USB drive.(You can use 7-ZIP to extract the iso file)
    3. Run the following command in Command Prompt to write the boot sector of the USB drive(assume the drive label is I:):
      I:\boot\bootsect /nt60 I:



2 comments:

  1. Actually there is a command line utility in the windows iso.
    Just copy the files from the iso and run to the usb drive
    x:\boot\bootsect /nt60 x:
    (http://www.commentcamarche.net/faq/21013-windows-creer-une-cle-usb-d-installation in french).

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    1. Thanks. This is a quick and easy solution. I have added it into the list.

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