Adobe Post 20210622 0031460.9748089979873408 compress17 How to Create a Bootable USB Drive for Windows 11 using CMD

How to Create a Bootable USB Drive for Windows 11 using CMD

If you are after trying Windows 11 on your PC or laptop then you most likely need a bootable USB drive to install it on your system. In this guide, you will learn how to create a bootable USB drive for Windows 11 using CMD.

Meanwhile, Windows 11 is Microsoft’s next largest operating system, and it contains a lot of useful features, such as a new start menu, taskbar, search, new interface design, rounded borders, and a lot of other features, which you won’t regret trying it on your PC.

How to Create a Bootable USB Drive for Windows 11 Using CMD?

The command prompt is an internally built application that allows you to test different tasks on the Windows operating system. So here I will show you a step-by-step guide on how to create a bootable USB drive for Windows 11 using the command prompt.

Step 1. First, you need to download Windows 11 on your pc.

Step 2. Next, connect your USB Drive to your computer then go to Windows start menu type there CMD once it appears hit enter to open it.

Opening CMD
Open CMD

Step 3. Once the command prompt opened type “Diskpart” and press enter.

Typing Diskpart
Type Diskpart

Step 4. Once this window is opened, you need to type the below-down commands step by step according to the below-down screenshot.

1. List disk
2. Select disk //
3. Clean
4. Create Partition Primary
5. Format Fs=ntfs quick
6. Active
7. Exit
create a bootable USB drive for Windows 11 using CMD
Running prompts on CMD

Step 5. When the commands are applied, simply exit the command prompt window.

Step 6. Finally, navigate to Windows 11 ISO file, and extract the file and copy that into the USB Drive.

Final Words

By following the above steps you can create a Windows 11 bootable USB drive. After successfully creating a bootable USB drive, connect the USB drive to your computer and restart it. Press the start menu key and select the USB drive and press Enter. Then proceed to install Windows 11 on your PC. However, if you find any bugs, feel free to share them with us via the comment section box. Good luck!


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