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How to Create Windows 10 Technical Preview USB Drive

First of all, make sure you download the Windows 10 Technical Preview by joining the Windows Insider Program as explained in this article. Also make sure your using a USB that is at least 4 GB for the 32-bit version and 8 GB for the 64-bit version.

One of the first cool things about Rufus  (size 800kb) is that no installation is necessary, which means you can stick it on a network location, or other external drive to run it. When you run it, setting it up is simple. Select the USB drive you want to use, select your partition scheme – it’s worth noting that Rufus also supports a bootable UEFI drive.

NOTE:
Use the GPT file format for UEFI mode or MBR file format for BIOS mode.
Boot into UEFI mode or legacy BIOS-compatibility mode when installing Windows from your USB, DVD, or network location.
If you install Windows using the wrong mode, you won’t be able to use the features of that firmware mode without reformatting the drive.


More info Boot to UEFI Mode or Legacy BIOS mode:
Read this Article :http://www.blogmytuts.net/2015/06/boot-to-uefi-mode-or-legacy-bios-mode.html

Then select the disc icon next to the ISO dropdown and navigate to the Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO.



After that click Start and you should be good to go, within minutes. If you want to be extra careful, check the option to check device for bad blocks. I didn’t do that and my bootable drive turned out fine.



In my experience, using the older USB 2.0 port and drive, it actually took less than 5 minutes to create the drive. If you use a USB 3.0 set up, I would love to know how fast that works!

Anyway, after it’s created you can go ahead and install the Windows 10 Technical Preview on a spare computer.

Let us know what you think of this tool over Microsoft’s Windows 7 USB/DVD Tool, for me, I am going to continue to use Rufus – at least until Microsoft updates or recreates a new utility – if it does at all.

( Ayaw sa Windows 7USB/DVDTool  sinubukan ko whehehe)

And yes, of course you can use this to create other versions of Windows or a Linux dristro from an ISO you can.

source:http://rufus.akeo.ie/


Windows 10 Insider Preview -  is now close
 
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-ph/windows/preview-iso

UPDATE: Creating Dual Boot Flash Drive with Windows XP and Windows 10 using  WinSetupFromUB.
TUTORIAL LINK:  http://www.blogmytuts.net/2013/10/creating-bootable-windows-xp-and.html






To Boot  from USB Flash Drive .. Go to your BIOS Setting Change your Boot Sequence .. First Boot should be External  Disk or Flash Drive.. Don't tell is not working cause I will not post it if didn't tried it..

On my Laptop I just Press F12 to Select Boot..



Booting From USB Flash Drive..I can choose XP or Vista Here is Latest Windows 10



Now Windows 10 is booting up..







Less than 20 minutes I'm done installing Windows 10 on USB port 2.0




Print Screen



You may want to Read More about Windows 10 :
http://www.blogmytuts.net/2015/06/windows-10-blogmytuts-review.html





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