Quick tutorial about “How to make bootable usb of windows 10 Technical Preview ” , as we posted about few days ago about windows 10 technical preview , its available for download and if you already download that and want to install it in your pc or notebook or pc , then follow this tutorial to create bootable USB and yes its compatible with UEFI booting . and You don’t have to download any external software or etc .
- Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO
- USB Thumb Drive 8GB or more is good enough
Mount the ISO by double-click or right-click mount on ISO file . And Insert USB drive and follow these steps .
How To Make Bootable USB of Windows 10
1. Open CMD
click on start menu and search for
cmd and choose command prompt .
It will open diskpart utility please use this utility carefully because you one wrong step will lead you too data loss or full hard drive partition related issues .
3. Type :
It will list all available disks . identify usb drive
select disk x
You can get the disk number by
list disk command . Enter the disk number in place of X .
5. Type :
This command will clean all the existing partition table .
6. Type :
create partition primary
This command will create a primary partition .
7. Type :
This command will mark current partition as active partition
8. Type :
format fs=fat32 quick
it will format current active partition with
fat32 fs and it will use quick format because we passed
This command will assign drive letter for USB drive .
Exit from diskpart utility
Okay Now usb is prepared , lets copy all files from mounted ISO file to USB drive ,
please source ( mounted ISO ) and destination (USB drive ) drive letters carefully .
xcopy e:\*.* /s /e f g:\
about process will take some time , approx 15 Minutes ( depend on your system ) after that you can use that usb to boot
Quick summary of commands
# open command prompt diskpart # choose disk select disk X clean create partition primary active format fs=fat32 quick assign exit #exit disk part utility ## mount iso xcopy X:*.* /s /e f Y: # X is source drive , Y is destination drive
Hope it was useful, Thanks for reading