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Create Bootable USB without any Software in Windows 10 

  •  Insert Your USB Drive on Your Computer
  • Open cmd prompt (Windows + R and type cmd)
  •  run a cmd prompt as Administrator
  • type diskpart  and  hit enter
  • In the new diskpart type list disk its show list of disk in your system
    • Most probably you will see disk type
      • Disk 0 for Hard Disk
      • Disk 1 for USB 
  • Now type Select disk 1 and hit enter
  • Type clean and hit enter to format
  • Type create partition 1 and hit enter
  • Type active and hit enter
  • Type format fs=ntfs quick and hit enter
  • Type exit and hit enter
 Copying files from an ISO image on your PC USB Manually


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