WinToFlash: Install Windows Using USB Drive Easily

WinToFlash is an easy to use software with which you can make a bootable USB device for Windows  i.e. you can install Windows 2003, Windows XP, Vista and Windows7 without using a CD or DVD ROM. Making a bootable USB device for Windows with DOS is a time consuming method and it requires primary DOS knowledge so if you are unable to use DOS method then you can use WinToFlash to make a bootable USB memory Windows installer.

How it Works

Actually WinToFlash do all tasks automatically which we perform in DOS manually. So this tool makes the task easy and saves our time.

  • Download WinToFlash [link] and extract archive
  • There is no need to install it and run direct WinToFlash.exe
  • Start quick Wizard to make a bootable USB drive Windows Installer
  • Simply give the path of Windows files (2003, XP, VISTA, 7)
  • And select the path of your USB Drive


WinToFlash will work automatically now and transfers all Windows files to USB drive and make it usable on boot

Also make Emergency boot USB drive

You can also build an emergency boot loader USB drive to boot PC from it in emergency conditions. You can perform this action by going to “Advanced mode” and selecting “create WindowsXp/2003 Emergency boot-loader USB drive’”.


So save your time and work by using WinToFlash software and build Bootable USB drive Windows image and bootable emergency USB drive in minutes.

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  • Yousuf December 14, 2010, 12:41 am

    Hi good post but I want to know something, Will it compress the files or not? For example if I am having a USB of 4gb and windows is of 5gb so can i copy it to the usb?

  • [email protected] December 14, 2010, 10:51 am

    I don’t think so Yousuf.
    Coz it only transfer files to USB drive and make it bootbale.

  • Unholysevenfold March 27, 2011, 10:36 pm

    Hi! can i use my Ipod Video model A1136 as a replacement for usb?because i don’t have a usb right now…The capacity of my Ipod is up to 30GB.Thanks!