Install OS using USB


live USB is a USB flash drive or external hard disk drive containing a full operating system that can be booted. They are the evolutionary next step after live CDs, but with the added benefit of writable storage on the live USB itself, allowing customization to the booted operating system. Live USBs can be used in embedded systems for system administrationdata recovery, or test driving, and can persistently save settings and install software packages on the USB device. I hope this excites you enough to make a live bootable USB drive. 
  • Download the software.

  • Extract the RAR. 
**NOTE - Insert a USB flash drive in the System before starting the Software.
  • Open Rufus (3.8) 
  • Select the USB flash drive which you wish to make bootable.  
    

  • Click on SELECT from boot selection option.
  • Select the ISO image (disk image file) from your computer. In our example Hiren'sBootCD15.2

  • Check your all the settings and set partition to MBR (partition is generally set to MBR for pirated operating systems). Click the START button.

**NOTE: Your USB Flash Drive will be formatted. Please copy your data before proceeding. After copying the data click OK.  


  • When the process completes your USB flash drive will become a bootable USB flash drive. 
  • Done!
Links for the OS:

Video Tutorial 


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Use USB as Bootable Disk in Virtual Box


Many a times we need to try something first in virtual box and then installed it on our main system. Same with the boot able software, there are ways to manually set up a Virtual Machine so that it boots from USB, but they are bit complex. Virtual Machine USB Boot is a portable tool which makes it easy to boot a virtual machine - VirtualBox or QEMU - from a USB key. It is much more straightforward, so simple that beginners will have it working in seconds, yet also super-configurable for anyone who needs some fine-tuning.

  • Download the Software.

  • Extract the RAR. 
**NOTE - Insert a Bootable USB in the System before starting the Software.
  • Click on Add. 
  • Select the name of the Virtual Machine you want to add to the USB as first boot option. In our example its Windows 10.
  • Click on the option Drive to add and boot and select your USB.
  • Click on OK (leave other settings as it is, as mentioned below).

**NOTE - If any warning occurs don't worry just click OK.

  • Select the option you just created and click on Start.

**NOTE - If you see a warning message to wait. Just click OK and wait for a while as written in the message.

**NOTE - If you encounter an error message like below don't worry, click OK.


  •  You will see a loading icon before the name of the Virtual Machine. Done!

Video Tutorial



We hope this helps. If any suggestions or doubts you can add a comment and we will reply as soon as possible.

Many a times we need to try something first in virtual box and then installed it on o...