Create A Bootable Flash Drive Using Command Prompt [Tweak]

Life gives you a hard time when you have to create a bootable flash drive and you don’t have any of the tools available or, you have it but the OS available isn’t in .iso format which is often required by softwares. No worries, Kernel Ketchup comes to your rescue giving you a step by step procedure of creating a bootable pen drive without using any third-party software.
1. Open the RUN command dialog box by pressing Window button+R.

2. Type DISKPART and press enter, also accept the User Account Control Prompt. i.e. click on yes (or touch; in case you’re a Richie Rich)
Bootable WIndows Tweak Kernel Ketchup
3. In the command prompt windows type following commands; and press enter after typing each.
a) LIST DISK
b) SELECT DISK <disk number>
c) CLEAN
d) CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
e) ACTIVE
f) FORMAT FS=NTFS QUICK
g) ASSIGN

4. Now the flash drive can boot into Windows, all you need to do now is copy the contents of the OS setup directly to the flash drive using windows explorer, that’s it. In case of any difficulty have a glance at my screenshot or fire away in the comments section whatever’s bugging you.

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