If you are thinking to arrange the windows 7 or windows 8 by using the USB drive then you have to first make the UDB drive bootable so let we steps for making the USB drive boot able.
Creating Windows Bootable USD Drive
Step 1: - First of all begin the Power ISO.
Step 2: - As you start the Power ISO, now you have to insert the USB drive which you have to propose to boot from.
Step 3: - Now you have to select the menu in that Tools. In Tools option you have to choose the Create Bootable USB Drive. As soon as you select the Create the Boot-able USB Drive one dialog box will appear. And however if you are using the Vista or Windows 7 or 8 operating system then you has to first confirm the UAC dialog box to be continue.
Step 4: - Here you have to open the ISO file of the Windows 7 or Windows 8 from the Create Bootable USB Drive dialog box by click on the … button.
Step 5: - If the many USB drives are connected with the computer then you have to choose the proper and correct USB drive from the Destination USB Drive list.
Step 6: - Now select the correct writing method of the USB- HDD which is recommended.
Step 7: - In last you have to click on the start button to start making the Windows 7 or 8 bootable USB drive.
Generally if the no error comes while performing the above process then you should be now be all set to setup Windows 7 or 8 from the USB Drive.
Now you have to configuring the BIOS. For that you have to restart your computer and then visit to the BIOS configurations to boot from the USB. So follow the steps to boot.
Step 1: - Start your computer first.
Step 2: - Now while booting and windows get start loading you have to get into the BIOSconfiguration screen by hitting on the something such as F1, F2, Delete or EscapeKey. This information will be given on the screen.
Step 3: - Now visit to the part where the Boot device part contains.
Step 4: - Now plugged in with the USB Drive, then you have to choose your USB drive which is listed in the USB drive list. And in case if you don’t see your USB drive listed in the list then it means that your system is might not supporting the Booting fromthe USB. To take one self to support, you have to prompt your USB drive to the primary boot device.
Step 5: - So save all the changes which you have made and exit from the BIOS configuration.
Make yourself true without proofing that you are properly configured your BIOS and your USB drive supports the booting. Now the Windows 7 or Windows 8 should be load. It will be depends on the speed of your USB drive. It makes take some time so have patience.
If it doesn’t work then you have to check it double before making a scene.
Is your BIOS properly configured for booting from the USB device? (For that check the USB device listed and does it have a top priority)
Is you have correctly prepared the USB drive in the step one? (If not hen restart the procedure again)
Does your USB Drive properly support being booted from? (If you have doubt then try another one)