In a conversation about creating a bootable USB flash drive the following tool was mentioned:
Once we download and install the tool we are good to go.
When we run the tool we must choose our source ISO.
After choosing our Windows 7 Enterprise x64 ISO file in the step above we can choose our destination:
We will use the 8 GB OCZ Rally2 Turbo USB flash drive that we used for yesterday’s post on creating a bootable USB flash drive.
Once we click the Begin copying button the following happens:
- The USB flash drive gets formatted.
- It then copies the OS contents onto the drive.
Once the process has completed our 8 GB USB flash drive looks like this in our Windows 7 Disk Management console:
It is formatted NTFS and set to Active so it is indeed good to go!
Hat Tip: Les Connor SBS MVP (Bing Search)
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book