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Install Windows 8 using USB-Part I
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Installing Windows 8 OS from USB is working faster than using DVD.
First we need
1. Windows 8 Setup i.e iso file
2. USB drive more than 4GB
3. You can use Windows 7 or Vista!!
4. Utility to mount iso files

Follow the Steps:

1. Insert the pen drive to your system
2. Click Start button and type cmd and right click it and choose Run as Administrator or press Ctrl+Shift+Enter
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3.type DISKPART and hit Enter
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4. after this type LIST DISK and press Enter. Mine is 16GB pen drive. it can differ corresponding to your pen drive.
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5. Now follow and execute the following commands one by one

SELECT DISK 2

CLEAN

CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY

SELECT PARTITION 1

ACTIVE

FORMAT FS=NTFS

ASSIGN

EXIT

in some cases format will take some time and the above commands are showed below
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6. Now its time to mount the Windows 8 iso file so for this I suggest to use MagicISO file! Attachment it HERE
7. Now get back to command prompt window and type I:>CD BOOT
here I is my DVD driver letter.

8. Now its the final execution part I:boot>BOOTSECT.EXE/NT60 K:
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9. That's it you have created a bootable drive! and now close the cmd!
Navigate to Mounted virtual drive and copy the content to the USB

10. Now boot from BIOS and install the Windows 8.

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