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While creating bootable pendrive you may end up with errors and it won't boot after all. There is only one and 100% working bootable usb creator and it's called Rufus you can download it for free from here

Also see: Download, Install and Activate windows 10,8/8.1 and 7 for free

Before starting make sure you have

  • Windows OS or Linux Based Distribution
  • USB pendrive (8GB recommended)
  • 5 minutes of time

Now download wanted operation system Disk image (*.ISO)

For windows http://windowsiso.net
For Ubuntu http://ubuntu.com
For Linux mint http://linuxmint.com
For Arch linux http://archlinux.org
For Debian http://debian.org
For Gentoo http://gentoo.org
For Cent OS http://centos.org




Now you want to open rufus and click on disk (image) and select downloaded (*.iso) and click on start process will take around 5 minutes and soon as it finishes you can turn off your computer and boot to bios, change boot order / select device you want to boot.

Create bootable pendrive for windows on Ubuntu!

This tutorial will only work on Ubuntu 14.04 / Linux mint 17.3 on newer Ubuntu you need to do more configuration to make this work!

Since normal usb image writer cant make bootable windows usb you are going to need app called "Winusb" which can write bootable windows pendrive BUT THIS WON'T WORK ON COMPUTERS WITH UEFI BIOS, NORMAL BIOS ONLY!
run following commands in terminal

#$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:colingille/freshlight && sudo apt-get update
#$ sudo apt-get install winusb

Once installed select usb, select windows iso click on start -- This procedure takes about 10 to 20 minutes! Once done boot to bios and change boot order to

BOOT ORDER

BIOS Boot Order
USB DEVICE
HDD1
HDD2
Axact

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