How to Create a Bootable USB Drive with WliveUSB.rar
If you want to install or repair Windows on your computer, you might need a bootable USB drive that contains the Windows installation files. A bootable USB drive can also help you troubleshoot various issues with your system, such as corrupted files, malware infections, or hardware failures.
One of the easiest ways to create a bootable USB drive is to use WliveUSB.rar, a free and portable software that can create a Windows live USB in minutes. WliveUSB.rar supports various versions of Windows, such as Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. It also allows you to customize the boot menu, partition size, and file system of your USB drive.
In this article, we will show you how to download and use WliveUSB.rar to create a bootable USB drive with Windows. You will need a USB drive with at least 4 GB of free space and a Windows ISO file that matches the version of Windows you want to install or repair.
Step 1: Download WliveUSB.rar
You can download WliveUSB.rar from its official website: https://wliveusb.com/. The file size is about 9 MB and it does not require installation. You can also scan the file with your antivirus software before opening it.
Step 2: Extract WliveUSB.rar
After downloading WliveUSB.rar, you need to extract it to a folder on your computer. You can use any file compression software, such as WinRAR or 7-Zip, to extract the file. Right-click on the file and select "Extract here" or "Extract to WliveUSB" from the menu.
Step 3: Run WliveUSB.exe
Once you have extracted WliveUSB.rar, you will see a folder named "WliveUSB" that contains several files. Double-click on the file named "WliveUSB.exe" to launch the software. You might see a User Account Control (UAC) prompt asking for permission to run the program. Click "Yes" to continue.
Step 4: Select your USB drive and Windows ISO file
When you run WliveUSB.exe, you will see a simple interface with two buttons: "Select USB Drive" and "Select ISO File". Click on the first button and choose your USB drive from the list of available devices. Make sure you have backed up any important data on your USB drive before proceeding, as it will be erased during the process.
Next, click on the second button and browse to the location of your Windows ISO file on your computer. Select the file and click "Open". You will see the name and size of your USB drive and ISO file on the screen.
Step 5: Customize your bootable USB drive (optional)
If you want to customize your bootable USB drive, you can click on the "Advanced Options" button at the bottom of the screen. Here you can change the following settings:
Boot Menu Name: This is the name that will appear on the boot menu when you start your computer from the USB drive. You can enter any name you like or leave it as default.
Partition Size: This is the size of the partition that will be created on your USB drive for storing the Windows installation files. You can adjust it according to your needs or leave 061ffe29dd