I have my Windows 8 iso (from the pb) , and I want to bring it on to my USB to boot of my new built system. I tried using Windows' Boot program, but it didn't work. (Invalid iso file) How does anyone suggest I format the USB and move it onto my thumbdrive?
that is a problem with you file of windows not the USB stick, and it needs to be NTFS
Are you going to boot from a USB stick or install from a USB stick? either way Giga is right it needs to be NTFS
Sorry, Install from a USB stick. I have no clue how to format it, and whether it's 64 or 32bit. How I actually get the .iso onto the usb stick is what I'm confuzzled about.
Burn gParted to a disk, or use Manjaro Linux which has a great implementation of gParted, and format it to NTFS.
ALRIGHT. So I've used this (http://www.ezbsystems.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST&f=2&t=2883) tutorial to format and put it onto my removable disk. The problem now is that I can't eject it to put on to my new system. Help..
right click, format
microsoft has a tool for windows, idk if there is a special one but i use the windows 7 DVD/usb tool
just pull it out it will be fine
I just formatted to ntfs. Looking good!
Use Rufus!!! best program ever and extremely simple. I wish I could compile and install it on ubuntu... But anyways, it's just an .exe
Check it out http://rufus.akeo.ie/
I've already formatted the drive! lol. Maybe I'll get it on my new system. c;