If you think you are up to the challenge, in this guide, you’ll learn the steps to create a Windows 8 bootable USB using Diskpart, a command-line utility to manage partitions in the operating system.

Creating a bootable USB drive to install Windows 8:

Before downloading the files into the USB drive, we need to make the drive bootable. Use the Boot Sector Registration Tool (bootsect.exe). You can find the tool in the boot folder at the root of the Windows 8 ISO image. While in the Command Prompt to proceed making the USB drive bootable.

The last thing left to do is to install Windows 8 in your system, you can visit the previous Windows 8 How-To to use as a guide to install the operating system — Walkthrough Windows 8 Consumer Preview installation (Windows Setup) step-by-step.

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