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Make flash drive ntfs boot

Hi
How can make flash usb drive as nfts and bootable?

I want transfer more then 7gb to fat32 flash but i know fat32 only accept  4gb  and less

How can do that or make ntfs boot flash

Thanke you
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bandar m
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Mohamed MagdyCTOCommented:
I use ISO 2 USB to install windows 7 and 8 (You have the option to choose bootable).

FAT32 prevents trasnfer ONE FILE more than 4GB file (not total).

So, if you don't have ONE FILE that exceeds 4GB, then you can use FAT32, but anyway using NTFS is better.
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bandar mAuthor Commented:
I have one file expected 7GB so that l want use ntfs
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Mohamed MagdyCTOCommented:
Then you have to use NTFS. ISO 2 USB will provide the option to choose NTFS and make it bootable.
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bandar mAuthor Commented:
Also bootable flash ntfs
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Mohamed MagdyCTOCommented:
Kindly check my last reply.
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nobusCommented:
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Natty GregIn Theory (IT)Commented:
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bandar mAuthor Commented:
after i flow this  steps http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001366.htm

this alert came when try to boot from usb bootmgr is missing
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nobusCommented:
you did all these commands?  and no errors? on the flash drive?
CLEAN
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
 SELECT PARTITION 1
ACTIVE
FORMAT FS=NTFS
(may take a couple minutes, depending on the USB drive size)
 ASSIGN

EXIT
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bandar mAuthor Commented:
Yes i did all command and i still get bootmgr  missing
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Mohamed MagdyCTOCommented:
I gave you the solution in the first answer.
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nobusCommented:
bandar - in that case you did something wrong
redo it and inspect closely the commands, eg select disk - did you select the flash drive?
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