Very Simple And Easy Steps To Install Windows 8 from USB Drive


If you want to installing Windows often, you want to make life easier with a bootable Windows USB drive. You should not worry about scratching your installation DVD, or trying to download the setup files every time. Follow this guide to run setup from flash drive into a Windows 8 installation machine!




Now we going to Creating A Windows 8 ISO

  1. Install a free burning program. There are a number of free burning utilities available online. You need one that can create ISO files.

    • If you received your copy of Windows 8 as a downloadable ISO file from Microsoft, you can skip and go to the next section.
  2. Insert your Windows 8 DVD. Open new program. Look for an option such as “Copy to Image” or “Create Image.” If prompted, select DVD drive as the source.
  3. Save your ISO file. Choose an easy words to remember name and location for the file. The ISO you make will be equal in size to the disc you are copying. Be sure you have enough storage available.

    Creating the ISO can take a long time, depending on the speed of your computer and DVD drive.


Part 2

Creating Bootable Drive


  1. Download the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool. This is available for free from the internet. Mention its name, this tool works with Windows 8 ISO,s. You can run this tool on any version of Windows.4
  2. Select the File. This is the ISO that you created or downloaded in the first section. Click browse to navigate to the file. Once you’ve selected it, click Next.5
  3. Select USB Device. The download tool will allow that you can create either a DVD or USB install. Click the USB Device.6
  4. Choose your USB drive from the list. Make sure that your flash drive is connected correctly. You will need at least 4 GB space on your flash drive to copy over the Windows installation. Click Begin Copying.7
  5. Wait while program works. The program will format the USB drive to boot and then copy the ISO file onto the drive. The copying process can take up to 15 minutes to complete, depending on the speed of your machine.8

Part 3

Setting the Computer to Boot From USB Drive

  1. Open the BIOS. To boot from the USB drive, you will have to set the BIOS to boot from USB first instead of the hard drive. To open the BIOS, reset your computer and hit the displayed key to enter Setup. The key varies by manufacturer, but is usually F 2, F 10, F 12, or Del.9
  2. Navigate to the Boot menu in your BIOS. Change the 1st Boot Device to your USB drive. Be sure that it is inserted, or you may not be given an option to choose it. Depending on your manufacturer, it may say Removable Device or list your flash drive’s model.
  3. Save changes and reboot. If you set the boot order correctly, your Windows 8 installation will load after the manufacturer’s logo disappears.


Part 4

Installing Windows 8 USB Drive

  1. Select your language. Once the Windows 8 installation begins, you will be prompted to select a language, time and currency format, and keyboard layout. you select these and click Next.
  2. Click Install Now. This will begin the installation process. Not click on (Repair your computer) if you want to install windows 8.13
  3. Enter your product key. This is the 25 character key that came with your purchased copy of Windows 8.


    • You do not need to enter the dashes between the groups of characters it will be add automatically on this text-box.
    • This is not an optional step.You must now enter the key before installation begins.
  4. Accept the license agreement. Once you have read the agreement and click next.16
  5. Click Custom Install. You will have two options to install windows. Picking Custom will allow you to do a complete installation of Windows 8. Selecting upgrade can cause performance problems in the long run. It is highly recommended that you do a clean
    17 Custom Install and it is best for your PC.
  6.  Delete the partition. A window will open asking where you would like to install Windows 8. In order to perform a clean install, you need to delete the old partition. Click “Drive options (advanced).” This will give you the ability to delete and create partitions.20

    • Select the partition of your work based.19
    • If you are installing an operating system for the first time on your PC, then there will be no partitions to delete.
    • If your hard drive has multiple partitions, be sure to delete the correct one. Any data on a deleted partition is lost for good.
    • Confirm the deletion process.


  7. Select the Unallocated Space and click Next. There is no need to create a partition before you install Windows 8, this is done automatically. 22
  8. Wait while Windows installs files. The percentage next to Expanding Windows files will steadily increase. This part of the process can take up to 30 minutes.23
    • Windows will automatically restart your computer when finished.24
  9. Wait while Windows gathers information. After the computer reboots, you will see the Windows 8 logo. Beneath it will be the text “Getting devices ready” followed by a percentage. Windows is collecting information on the hardware installed in your computer.25
    • When this is done, the text will change to “Getting ready”.
    • Your computer will restart one more time.
  10. Personalize your Windows 8. Once the computer finishes rebooting, you will be asked to pick the color scheme for your installation of Windows 8.26
    • You can change the color at any time in the Windows 8 settings.
  11. Enter a computer name. This is the name that the computer displays on the network. Any other device on the network will see your computer listed with this name.27
  12. Choose your wireless network. If you have a wireless-enable computer or device, you will see a menu asking you to choose a network. If you haven’t installed the driver for your wireless card yet, this step will automatically be skipped.
  13. Choose your settings. The most common option is Express Settings, which will enable automatic updates, Windows Defender, and error reporting to Microsoft, among other things.28
    • If you’d rather set these yourself, choose Customize instead of Express Settings.
  14. Create an account. To log in to Windows, you will need an account. Microsoft recommends using a Microsoft account, so that you can make purchases in the Windows store. If you don’t have a Microsoft account, entering a valid email address will create one for free.30
    • If you don’t have an email address, click the “Sign up for a new email address” link to create one. This requires an internet connection.31
    • If you’d rather sign in the old way, without using a Microsoft account, click the bottom link. This will create a login similar to previous versions of Windows.32
  15. Watch the tutorial while Windows loads. After choosing all of your settings, Windows goes through one final setup process. You will see several screens explaining how to use the new Windows. Once the loading is complete, you’ll be presented with your Start screen. You’re ready to begin using Windows 8.33