make ISO file bootable on USB

Is there any tool that can copy the Window ISO to USB and make it bootable ?

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Affaan AbyazCommented:
here you go:

very handy & useful tool for creating USB bootable disk...
AXISHKAuthor Commented:

Just surf this information. Will it work ?

You may also use ultra iso -
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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
Mount your ISO. (double click on iso if you use win 8,8.1,10)

Start CMD with admin


list disk
select disk #   (number of your USB Disk)
create partition primary
format fs=ntfs quick


And then copy all files from mounted ISO to USB Device
The best tool to use for this is "WinSetupFromUSB. It's advantage is that you can have more than 1 iso on the USB stick, and you can also use Linux iso's. It also includes tools to format the stick properly. When formatting, make sure you select to use FAT32 as file-system, as that is the only way to make sure UEFI and GPT support is enabled for Windows installations. The new beta version will split your iso images if they are larger than 4GB, so they will still work on the Fat32 file-system:
use rufus
use option - create bootable disk using-- iso image( change freedos).

What OS do you want to use?

Use multiboot so more than one iso can be added
I suggest this USB multiboot system :
(The other solution posted earlier requires a tool to run everytime you add an ISO, the tool I suggest only requires you to copy the ISO file to the correct folder).
Of course, if you intend to do it only one time in your life, any of the above tool will do. If you want to boot from different ISO's (even if 2 or 3 per year), setting up this multiboot USB properly this one time is the way to go.
Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
And then copy all files from mounted ISO to USB Device

not quite benjamin...missing a step
need to add the boot code from the \boot folder
if your usb drive is F
run bootsect /nt60 f:

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