We have covered several ways to create a bootable USB flash drive to install Windows 7 from USB drive including the recently covered how to use EasyBCD tool to create a bootable flash drive guide. There are quite a few standalone utilities available to do the same job.
Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool is one such utility that enables you create a bootable USB with a few mouse clicks. As we have mentioned before, it’s standalone tool and doesn’t require installation.
Using this tool is fairly simple. Simply download and run the tool to begin creating the bootable flash drive. Make sure that you enable Quick Format option to make it quick.
How to use it:
1. Download and extract the contents of Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool RAR file to your desktop. You will get one USB Drive Boot Files folder and Drive Creator Tool (exe) file. USB Drive Boot Files folder contains two folders named FreeDOS and MS-DOS, which are required to create a bootable USB.
2. Run the utility, select your USB device, enable Quick Format and Create Bootable Drive options. Click the button just below the Create Bootable Drive option to browse to Boot Files\MS-DOS folder that you have obtained by extracting the tool in first step.
3. Click Start button to make your USB bootable.
And, if you are looking for a way to install Windows 7 on an external hard drive, follow our how to install Windows 7 to an external hard drive guide.
Also check out our how to create a multiboot USB flash drive with XP and Windows 7.