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How to Create Bootable USB Drives with Rufus.2.15.1117 Portable 64 Bit

How to Create Bootable USB Drives with Rufus.2.15.1117 Portable 64 Bit

If you need to install or run a different operating system on your computer, such as Windows, Linux or DOS, you might need a bootable USB drive. A bootable USB drive is a flash drive that contains the files and instructions to start an operating system from the USB device, without using the hard disk of the computer.

Rufus.2.15.1117 portable 64 bit

One of the easiest and fastest ways to create a bootable USB drive is to use Rufus[^1^], a small and free utility that can format and create bootable USB flash drives from ISO files or other sources. Rufus is available in both installable and portable versions, but in this article we will focus on the portable version, which does not require installation and can be run from any location.

The portable version of Rufus is Rufus.2.15.1117 Portable 64 Bit[^3^], which is compatible with 64-bit Windows systems and can be downloaded from the official website[^3^] or from other sources[^2^] [^4^]. To use it, you just need to follow these simple steps:

  • Download Rufus.2.15.1117 Portable 64 Bit from the link of your choice and save it to a location that you can access easily, such as your desktop or a USB drive.

  • Plug in the USB drive that you want to use as a bootable device. Make sure that it has enough space to hold the operating system files and that you have backed up any important data on it, as it will be erased during the process.

  • Run Rufus.2.15.1117 Portable 64 Bit by double-clicking on its icon. You will see a window like this:

  • Select your USB drive from the Device drop-down menu. Rufus will automatically detect its size and file system.

  • Select the partition scheme and target system type that match your computer's BIOS or UEFI mode. If you are not sure, you can leave the default settings.

  • Select the file system and cluster size that you want to use for formatting your USB drive. You can also change the volume label if you want.

  • Check the Create a bootable disk using option and click on the icon next to it to browse for the ISO file or other source that contains the operating system files that you want to use. Rufus supports various formats, such as ISO, DD, IMG, VHD, etc.

  • Check any other options that you want to use, such as checking device for bad blocks or adding fixes for old BIOSes.

  • Click on Start to begin the process of formatting and creating your bootable USB drive. Rufus will warn you that all data on the USB drive will be destroyed and ask you to confirm your choice.

  • Wait for Rufus to finish the process, which might take several minutes depending on the size of your USB drive and the speed of your computer. You will see a progress bar and a log window showing the details of the operation.

  • When Rufus is done, you will see a message saying Ready and a green check mark next to it. You can now close Rufus and safely remove your USB drive.

Congratulations! You have successfully created a bootable USB drive with Rufus.2.15.1117 Portable 64 Bit. You can now use it to install or run your desired operating system on any compatible computer by plugging it in and changing the boot order in the BIOS or UEFI settings. 0efd9a6b88


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