How to make a installation usb of windows 8


Before starting to follow the tutorials, first you must know the information about the "linux partition" and
"gparted". If you already have been a experience used them in linux box, it's good.
If you are not goot at both the linux partition and the gparted, STOP all. Because all data of your partion may be deleted.
But do not worry over-necessarily. If you know the exact location of usb which be installed, no problem.

2. know the exact location of USB

First, execute the "gparted" in backtrack and chect the location.
Generally, it looks like /dev/sdb1 or /dev/sdc1 but it's different according to user system.


3. Format to NTFS

Format to NTFS filesystem in the gparted. After the format is completed, let's mark the "boot" flag.
You can do it, after clicking your right button of a mouse, in the "manage flags".


4. Mount the USB

First, make the folder "usb" under the /mnt folder.
mkdir /mnt/usb

Now, mount your usb in the made folder.
mount -t ntfs-3g [your usb] /mnt/usb

mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usb

5. Download the Unetbootin 4.94

Unetbootin 4.94 has the option, show all drives. After this version, this is vanished.
So we have to download this here:

6. Make the Installation USB

Execute the downloaded Unetbootin after checking the execute privilege.
The rest of procedures is same the general Unetbootin. Do forget to check the option "show all drivers". Unless your usb is not showing.

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