With instructions for creating a UEFI standard USB boot with Rufus 2.9 in this article, please be assured that this is the most standard software that you should use if you want a standard USB Boot with all types of devices today.
UEFI or Legacy, MBR or GPT are always confusing things when creating a USB to install Windows. That’s why the Rufus tool was born to help you create UEFI standard USB boot using Rufus or Legacy without having to worry about what it is because your purpose is definitely create a USB to install Windows achieved. How to use Rufus is very simple, this tool is quite compact and Taimienphi.vn is sure that you only need to spend 1 minute to read the instructions below to be able to master Rufus.
Create a UEFI standard USB boot using Rufus
Instructions to create a UEFI standard USB boot using Rufus
– A USB with a minimum capacity of 8 GB.
– Rufus boot USB creation software, download Rufus here.
Step 1: After downloading Rufus according to the instructions above, to create a UEFI standard USB boot with Rufus we have to open this software first by right clicking> select Run as administrator.
Step 2: Rufus interface appears, here you just need to click Select to make a selection Select the ISO file to be able to create UEFI standard USB boot using Rufus.
Here we just need to select any ISO file, these ISO files you can download on Taimienphi.vn depending on whether you want to use USB to install Windows 7, 8 or Windows 10.
Step 3: After the selection is made, the system will default to Partition scheme was GPT and Target system was UEFI. Our remaining task just press Start.
Step 4: The system will require reformatting the USB, of course all data inside will be completely erased, so we need to copy the data if there is data to retrieve.
In addition, Rufus has a warning about whether you divide your USB device into multiple partitions and it will be combined into one.
Step 5: The process of creating a UEFI standard USB boot with Rufus is not long, because it only takes time to copy the ISO file from the computer to the device.
Step 6: By the time Rufus has announced Ready, creating a UEFI standard USB boot with Rufus is complete. You click Close, remove the USB, plug into the computer to install Windows and install Windows as usual.
Once created, we can install Windows, refer to 2 more articles on how to install Windows 7 and Windows 10 if you do not know how to install.
=>How to install Windows 7 with USB
=>How to install Windows 10 with USB
So, just a few basic steps, we can create a UEFI standard USB boot with Rufus, and Taimienphi.vn also thinks that if you are planning to create USB Boot Windows 10 or any operating system, the choice choose Create USB Boot Windows 10 with Rufus is the most reasonable option.