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I can't make a bootable USB for Windows 8 64 bit from WIndows 7 32 bit

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October 17, 2013 12:22:14 AM

Hi,

My windows crashed the other day. I want to install Windows 8 64-bit on my other laptop. For that i am trying to make my 4GB pendrive bootable as my DVD drive does not work in the crashed computer. I am trying to make the pendrive bootable from a 32-bit windows 7 laptop and then it shows compatibility error. How can I fix this? I need the solution asap. So I hope you guyz will reply!!!

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October 17, 2013 12:29:22 AM
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open cmd,
write diskpart

"list disk" <- see whats your usb

"select disk <USB Number>" to select ur device

"clean" <-clean ur device

"create partition primary"

"select partition=1" <- select the partition

"active" <- activate it

"format fs=fat32" <-

"assign" <- make it visible in the explorer

close the cmd-window C:\windows\system32\diskpart.exe

go to cmd-window C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe insert this :

xcopy <Image>:\*.* <USB Stick>:\*.* /S /E /F

<Image> letter of drive its mounted into

<USB Stick> letter of ur USB .
October 17, 2013 1:14:41 AM

My pendrive got stuck in the middle of the converison. How much till will it actually take. Do you have any idea?
April 7, 2014 9:30:37 AM

Hi, i think this video also very useful. Method shown in this video is very informative and easy. So guys just give it a try :) 
http://youtu.be/mT24TtxplQg
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