Installing Windows from a USB flash drive is much easier and faster than optical drives. Also, if you have a laptop or another computer without an optical drive, no choice but to use the boot media USB. In the fourth part of our "What to do with the USB flash drive" series, will show you how to configure your USB flash drive to install Windows 7. Here's how:
Step 1: Open a command prompt with administrator privileges by clicking the Start button, type CMD in the Search box and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter.
Step 2: In the command prompt, type Diskpart utility DiskPart enter.
Step 3: In the DISKPART> prompt, disk, such as a list.
Step 4: Select the type of disc 4, "4" the number of your USB flash drive from the list.
Step 5: Type of treatment to clean the stick.
Step 10: Install Windows 7 on a computer and copy all the files on the stick.
That's it. Once the files have completed the Windows 7 copy, paste stick to the computer and boot to start the installation of Windows 7. Just make sure the BIOS is configured to boot the stick in the first place. On some computers, you can press the F key to configure the boot.