In today’s video, I will be trying to teach you, how to make bootable USB on a Microsoft Windows PC to install Ubuntu? I use a free to use and tiny USB boot software to create a bootable USB to install Ubuntu. You can use a DVD disc for this purpose as well. But Actually using a bootable Ubuntu installation USB has two advantages, It is easy to do, saves you time and money.
Before We proceed furthermore, You need to have an ISO image file of Ubuntu, 4 GB USB flash, You can use a memory card as well and a good USB boot software for Ubuntu such as Universal USB Installer.
You can download ISO image file of Ubuntu from here and Universal USB Installer from here a free to use USB boot software.
Before You start creating an Ubuntu bootable USB, Make sure you have plugged at least a 4 GB USB flash drive into your desktop PC, Laptop, Notebook, Netbook, etc. And the most important thing, Do not forget to backup your data stored on USB pen drive before proceeding furthermore.
Since everything now is on the table, So let’s make Ubuntu bootable USB from your Windows PC.
Open up Universal USB Installer.
Since You need a Ubuntu bootable installation USB disc, Therefore select Ubuntu from drop down menu.
Now you need to locate an ISO image file of Ubuntu through this browse button.
After having located ISO image file, Here you need to choose a USB flash disc or memory card in which you want to transfer Ubuntu installation files and do not forget to check We will format XYZ or whatever you’ve chosen drive as FAT32 to avoid any potential error or problem.
Now click create.
Click yes to let it create a bootable USB.
It may take 10 to 15 minutes to be completed So I pause recording and resume once it is completed.
Congratulation, You have successfully created an Ubuntu bootable USB and You are now ready to install Ubuntu.
I hope you like today’s video and find useful. If you go through any error or problem Please do let me know using the comment section, I’ll do my level best to solve your problem as soon as possible.