neon neophyte said:
ive used it with both 32 bit and 64 bit. it DOES make the usb drive bootable. you just have to go into your bios and make the usb device the first boot device. then when the windows install resets the first time, make the hard drive you installed it to the first boot device.
Not changing the BOOT order in the BIOS (or UEFI) is a common problem.
I tried to boot a USB thumb drive and had several USB options (USB-DVD, USB-Floppy etc) and just chose "USB-HDD" and that worked.
The recommended boot order is this:
1. USB HDD
3. Hard Drive
When your computer boots it checks these in order and will boot the first item it finds that is bootable. If your Hard Drive is the first item and you have an OS (Windows, Linux) it will always boot that and never look for a USB device.