Do-it-yourself Windows installation

Hello to all! My sister had an incident here – she grabbed a virus on some website, and all attempts to clean the system are completely unsuccessful. Considering that she lives far away, and there is nothing important in the computer – it’s time to learn how to make Windows installation with your own hands;)

Yes, the instruction is written for her, but suddenly it will be useful to you too? ๐Ÿ˜‰ So, we need:
1. USB flash drive
2. Windows image
3. Activator ๐Ÿ™‚

So, to create a bootable USB flash drive, we need the Rufus program, which you can download by link

The program allows you to create a bootable USB flash drive in just a couple of clicks. The algorithm is as follows:
1. Download the image to the computer
2. Insert the USB flash drive into the port, run Rufus, and select the file with the disk image, then give the command – format, and make the USB flash drive bootable.
rufus create bootable flash drive

After a few minutes in your hands – a ready-made bootable flash drive.
(lyrical digression: all the time I forget what this program is called. And only the association with this hero of the comedy “The Incredible Adventures of Bill and Ted” saved ๐Ÿ™‚

The question from the audience – how to create a bootable USB flash drive is understandable, but where to get the image? To this question I have answer ๐Ÿ™‚ We go to the site , select what we need for the name: version operating system, language – and download. Very convenient.

(I ran through the text with my eyes) … So, there is a Windows image, how to create a bootable USB flash drive – they learned, but how to activate the system? Of course, we are for copyright compliance, but why not take on the role of a search engine?

Here’s here a pretty good activator ๐Ÿ™‚ It starts after the operating system is installed.

How to install? We insert the USB flash drive into the USB port, and restart the computer. Now it is important to start from a USB flash drive – for this you need to activate the boot from a USB flash drive in the BIOS, which is usually accessed using the F2, F12 or DEL buttons.

Well, and then – in the text …;) Good luck, and feel free to ask questions ; )