How To Create Windows 7 Bootable USB Flash Drive

You are able to create Windows 7 Bootable USB Flash Drive ( Pen Drive) and install it through USB . This Pen Drive USB Installation method is helps you if you are unable to use DVD / CD . Read whole article to learn how to install windows 7 easily with pen drive .Its help you to install windows 7 Operating system ( OS ) directly from boot able USB flash drive.

windows 7 on usb pen drive

Things we need for this work : 

  •  4GB USB flash drive
  • Windows 7 OS ISO file
  •  Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool (Freeware – Download now )

So many of you don’t that Microsoft company is already released a official software to create Windows 7 Bootable USB Flash Drive ( pen drive ) . You can done this task very easy with using that tool . Download tool from above download now link .

After downloading the tool just install it on your computer then restart your computer once . Now open the installed software from your start menu then follow below detailed instructions .


install windows7 from usb

Browse your windows 7 ISO file from your computer then click on next button . Check above screenshot for example of this process .  Its totally 4 steps process you completed 1st step successfully .

You are in Step 2 now , Select USB Device option in Step 2  .  In the 3rd step select your USB Flash Device then click on “Begin Copying” .

You are in 4th Step now .. there is nothing to do  , its automatically extract your  ISO file to the USB flash drive . Almost its take 10 minutes to finish . You done your task successfully !

How To Install Windows 7 Using This Bootable USB Device (Pendrive) ?

To boot your computer from USB device just go to your BIOS then select USB drive as first boot device.Now save and reboot your computer once .  From the next time computer will boot from your USB drive. Simply Follow onscreen instructions to install Windows 7 .


 Let me know if you got any problems OR seen any mistakes in this article . Have a nice day :)


  1. rakesh kumar says

    This is a great tool specifically windows-7 users. But it does not support windows-xp. Do you have any such tool?
    ~rakesh kumar

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