How to Transfer a Windows 8 ISO to a bootable USB flash drive

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Microsoft has released their new operating system, Windows 8, latest in the line of Windows operating system. The tech giant has incorporated attractive changes to the new OS, including an all new user interface called Metro, and a number of improved functions and features. Apparently, the new Windows 8 transfer function is one such notable addition that ensures a very smooth and fast Windows 8 transfer operations. Well, here in this post, we will discuss about transferring Windows 8 Enterprise evaluation ISO to a bootable USB flash drive. For this, you will need to install the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool.

System Specification

For installing the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool, you need to have at least a Pentium 233 MHz processor and 50MB of free hard disk space. This tool can be installed on Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit). Apart from that, your USB flash drive needs to be at least 4GB and should not contain any other files in it. It’s always better to format your USB flash drive before you use it in order to make sure that there no errors.

Now, in case you are working on a computer powered by Windows XP, you will have to download and install both Microsoft .NET

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Windows 8 ISO

Framework 2.0 and Microsoft Image Mastering API v2 before you start out the installation process. Please note that although the latest version of the .NET Framework is 4.5, you just need to download the 2.0 version.

Downloading the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool

Keep in mind that the downloading process is very easy and simple. To start out the process, you need to browse to the Microsoft Store and go to the page where Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool is available. Scroll down until you find the downlink. Once you click on the download link, you will be prompted to either “Run” or “Save” the tool. If you choose the “Save” option, you can try out the tool for different systems.

So, that was some information about transferring a Windows 8 ISO to a bootable USB flash drive. For further assistance on this, please get in touch with our Windows 8 support team.

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