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  • How to Create a Bootable USB Drive Without Using Any Software

    Why would an article/tutorial for Windows suggest formatting the drive as NTFS if it should be FAT32? I get that from reading some of the comments, and I've been having one hell of a time trying to make an .iso file to a bootable USB flash drive. Part of the problem seems to be the .iso generated in EaseUs ends up using .pbd instead in certain conversion programs like PowerISO.If the drive should be converted to FAT32 for Windows, is there not a file size limit with FAT32 like people are saying? What happens when your ISO file is say, 80GB? 100GB? My flash drive is 256GB. I can't understand why it's so difficult to make an .iso image file bootable on a USB flash drive. I've tried all the programs for Windows 7, Windows 7 USB, RUFUS, Etc.Either the file can't be burned or there's not en...see more »Why would an article/tutorial for Windows suggest formatting the drive as NTFS if it should be FAT32? I get that from reading some of the comments, and I've been having one hell of a time trying to make an .iso file to a bootable USB flash drive. Part of the problem seems to be the .iso generated in EaseUs ends up using .pbd instead in certain conversion programs like PowerISO.If the drive should be converted to FAT32 for Windows, is there not a file size limit with FAT32 like people are saying? What happens when your ISO file is say, 80GB? 100GB? My flash drive is 256GB. I can't understand why it's so difficult to make an .iso image file bootable on a USB flash drive. I've tried all the programs for Windows 7, Windows 7 USB, RUFUS, Etc.Either the file can't be burned or there's not enough room on the disc or a number of any other errors. Frustrated.

    Why would an article/tutorial for Windows suggest formatting the drive as NTFS if it should be FAT32? I get that from reading some of the comments, and I've been having one hell of a time trying to make an .iso (or .pbd) file to a bootable USB flash drive. If the drive should be converted to FAT32 for Windows, what happens when your ISO file is say, 80GB? My flash drive is 256GB. Can't understand why this is so difficult. I tried RUFUS and a bunch of other suggestions but nothing works...

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