How to use EasyBCD tool to create a bootable Windows 10/8/7 USB Drive?

You have many options available all over the internet if you want to create a Windows 11 / 10 / 8 / 7 bootable USB flash drive. One of the tools is Windows USB/DVD Download Tool. You can use it to create a Bootable USB / DVD directly from ISO. You also have  AnyBurn software that lets you create a bootable USB flash drive and burn & create an image to CD/DVD/Bluray/USB Disc. You can also create a bootable USB / DVD from ISO using the official tool of Microsoft called Windows USB/DVD Download Tool.

EasyBCD is one of the most popular tools. It has a commendable ability to add, remove, and edit boot entries. You can create a bootable Windows USB drive using it, and that too in a few clicks.

Using a native command prompt or a popular tool Rufus, you can create a flash drive for Windows OS versions like Windows 11 / 10 / 8.1 / 7.

This risewindows article will guide you on how you can prepare a bootable Windows USB flash drive using EasyBCD.

How to use the EasyBCD tool to create a bootable Windows 11/10/8/7 USB Drive?

Step 1: To begin, download, install and run the latest version of the EasyBCD utility. (The link is at the end of this article)

Step 2: Next, connect the USB flash drive to your computer.

Step 3: Find the Format option by right-clicking on the USB flash drive. We recommend you copy all the data from the USB drive before proceeding with the formatting process.

Step 4: Go to the File System named exFAT.

Step 5: Click on the Start button.

Step 6: After the process, run the EasyBCD utility tool.

Step 7: Go to the BCD Deployment button.

Step 8: Go to the USB drive, then to the Partition drop-down that you want to boot. You will find it under the “Create Bootable External Media” section.

Step 9: Now, click on the Install BCD button and wait for the Bootable Disk Created dialog box to appear.

Step 10: Click on the Yes button and close the EasyBCD tool.

Step 11: Next, you need to copy all installation files from Windows OS DVD or ISO file to a USB flash drive.

Note: You can use WinRAR software to extract the contents of ISO.

Once you copy all the files and folders into the USB flash drive, you can install Windows 11/10/8.1/7 using it.

Once you have created a bootable USB flash drive, you can test it without installation.

You can test it without installing it on your computer or laptop by creating a bootable USB flash drive.

Download EasyBCD

You can download EasyBCD from here.

That is it.

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