Install windows 7/8 from USB
Power ISO 5.2 or latest
Insert the ISO file
Just create a bootable USB
After finishing the creating bootable USB
Insert the USB/flash drive into your computer and select your first bootable device as USB
Select your language, time & currency format, keyboard or input method and click Next
Click Install now.
Check I accept the license terms and click Next.
Click Upgrade if you already have a previous Windows version or Custom (advanced) if you don’t have a previous Windows version or want to install a fresh copy of Windows 7.
(Skip this step if you chose Upgrade and have only one partition) Select the drive where you want to install Windows 7 and click Next. If you want to make any partitions, click Drive options (advanced), make the partitions and then click Next.
It will now start installing Windows 7. The first step, (i.e. Copying Windows files) was already done when you booted the Windows 7 DVD so it will complete instantly.
After completing the first step, it will expand (decompress) the files that it had copied.
The third and fourth step will also complete instantly like the first step.
After that it will automatically restart after 15 seconds and continue the setup. You can also click Restart now to restart without any delays.
After restarting for the first time, it will continue the setup. This is the last step so it will take the most time than the previous steps.
It will now automatically restart again and continue the setup. You can click Restart now to restart without any delays.
Type your desired user name in the text-box and click Next. It will automatically fill up the computer name.
If you want to set a password, type it in the text-boxes and click Next.
Type your product key in the text-box and click Next. You can also skip this step and simply click Next if you want to type the product key later. Windows will run only for 30 days if you do that.
elect your desired option for Windows Updates.
If you are connected to any network, it will ask you to set the network’s location.