Now that you have the prerequisites, you first need to change your flash format to NTFS so that your flash can boot. Then do the following steps in order:
– By running the program and selecting the downloaded iso file, finally selecting the START flash option will boot. This process will take some time.
– In the next step, it is necessary to select Flash as the main boot in your system. To do this, connect the flash to the system and reset it if the system is turned on. To access the BIOS or UEFI menu, depending on your system motherboard, press one of the Delete or esc buttons or one of the F1, F2, F10, F11 and F12 buttons.
– After accessing the boot menu, if the computer has detected the flash, select it as the main boot device. To do this in the BIOS menu, first select the Boot tab and use the keyboard buttons to move the USB drive option to the first row of boot devices. The system will reset when you save the new settings by pressing F10 and entering Yes.
– From now on, all the steps will be like installing any Windows, whether via flash or DVD. After displaying the Windows setup window, click Next and click the Install Now button.
Select the I accept the license terms option and click Next. Then select Custom (Install Windows only (Advanced).
– Select the empty drive and click Next in the last step. After completing these steps, the installation of Windows 10 will be completed and then you can create an account and customize the settings.
– Select your area and click Yes. Specify the keyboard type.. Click Yes. If you do not want to specify the second keypad, select Skip. Click Set up for personal use and click Next.
– To create a Microsoft account, enter the necessary information and click Next. Enter your account password and click Next.
Make your privacy settings and click Accept. After completing these steps, the settings made in Windows will be applied and the desktop screen will appear.
Problems installing Windows 10 with Flash
At the end of this article, we want to introduce you to common errors and problems with installing Windows 10 with Flash . These problems include:
Error installing Windows x80300024:
Factors such as hard drive failure or lack of enough space in it can cause 0x80300024 error. First, we suggest you check your hard drive once and make sure it is safe. If you booted from the USB port to install Windows, we suggest you use another USB port and try to install Windows again.
Error installing Windows 0x8007025D:
A bug or the slightest error in your RAM and hard drive can cause 0x8007025D error. To fix the error when installing Windows, first disconnect all flash drives, peripherals and even network cables from your system. If this does not solve the problem, reduce the size of your drive and after formatting, try to install Windows again. If this does not fix the problem, it is possible that your ISO file has a problem. Try to download the Windows ISO file again, and finally, if you boot the ISO file from the flash, we suggest using another flash to fix the error, or connect your flash to another port.