Preparation



If you have a disk with Windows 7 operating system, you can create ISO-image of the disk, using programs such as UltraISO and Nero.Also, ready-made image of Windows 7 can be downloaded from the Internet, for example, from Microsoft.

To create a bootable USB drive of Windows 7 is required USB-drive capacity of at least 4 GB.The USB flash drive must be formatted, thus, it is desirable that after formatting the flash drive has a file system NTFS.

Installing the Windows 7 USB / DVD Download Tool



This official program on the Windows 7 - the company Microsoft - allows you to quickly create a bootable USB-device.Download this software can be from Microsoft.To install, follow the instruc
tions on the installation assistant.Run this program in line Source file, specify the path to the ISO-image of Windows 7, click Next.The next step in the lower right corner of the window, specify the type of media on which is recorded an image of the system (USB).In the resulting window, select the USB-drive and click Begin copying.The software warns you that all data available on the media will be deleted irrevocably.Tap Erase USB Device, then the program is once again repeated its intention to remove all files from the media being used, select "Yes."As a result, the program will move to the process of copying the operating system image on a USB-drive.Wait for the copy process.Until the message of the successful program to copy the image of the stick does not turn off the power or remove the USB-drive.

Use a bootable USB drive ready




Modern netbooks in most cases do not perceive the USB-device as the primary boot device.In this regard it requires a BIOS netbook on which to install Windows 7 from a USB drive.To do this, turn on or restart the notebook, and when you run BIOS, press the DEL key or F2 (required key may vary depending on the manufacturer BIOS).Pressing the desired key will load the main window BIOS.Go to the tab Boot, then select a stitch Hard Disk Drives and press Enter.In the window that opens, select the line of 1st Drive, press Enter and then select from a list of USB-drive.Press Esc, to go back to the window Boot, and visit the section Boot Device Priority.It should be in line 1st Boot Device and specify the USB-drive.Save the BIOS settings and click Exit.