Tutorial : Make your Pendrive Bootable with Rufus | Download Rufus 1.4.10 Free

Do you Know The Easiest Way To Make Bootable USB Drive ???
If No Then This Tutorial is for you guys!!!

Steps : 

  1. Download Refus 1.4.10 | Server 2
  2. Right Click on it and run it as administrator.
  3. 1st Drop-down menu is for Device [Plug your device and select it]
  4. 2nd Drop-down menu is for Partition Scheme and system target type. [Select it as per your OS Need or the Host Computer Type]
  5. 3rd Drop-down menu is for File System [I suggest you to let it be Default FAT32 But you Can change if your Host computer not accepts that]
  6. 4th Drop-down menu is for Cluster Size * Leave it Default *
  7. Now you have to Enter the New Volume Label (Simply Name).
  8. In The Format section there are four Check Boxes :-
    1. Check Device for bad blocks : Leave it Unchecked (No use of this)
    2. Quick Format : Check it Because without this it will take a lot time.
    3. Create Bootable disk using : If you have an Bootable ISO Image Then  Choose ISO and then click     on the icon beside it and select that iso file.
        If you have MS-Dos or Free-Dos Image then choose it from the drop-down menu.
    4. Create extented labels and icon files : Check on it (Its Importent)
  9. Now Click on Start.
  10. Wait For few Minutes and Its Done!!!

Do Exactly As I Did :

More About Refus :

Rufus is a utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives, such as USB keys/pendrives, memory sticks, etc.
It can be especially useful for cases where:
  • you need to create USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Windows, Linux, UEFI, etc.)
  • you need to work on a system that doesn’t have an OS installed
  • you need to flash a BIOS or other firmware from DOS
  • you want to run a low-level utility
Despite its small size, Rufus provides everything you need!

Last updated 2014.08.15:

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