Hi, the point today is that we’re going to make the .iso file available to the computer with the USB.universel serial bus.
- .iso file on one smoke (windows, linux, etc.)
- Rufus program to boot the .iso file into memory
- A little English and some BIOS information
We download the Rufus program via the link I gave you.
- You should see your USB memory connected to your computer in the section I mark with one. If you can’t see, check the connections, connect them to a different USB port. If you are connected to more than one USB memory on your computer, make sure which one of the .iso files you will boot. If you unwittingly choose a different memory, your data will be deleted!
- We select the .iso file from the section I mark with two, you can use each .iso file that can be booted.
Once you’ve made these two settings, no extra changes are required. Finally, you can boot the .iso file to your USB memory by saying “Start” from the part I marked with three.
If there are no mistakes or problems, our USB waist is ready for the format. Now it’s time to edit the computer
When your computer is opening, it starts by reading it on which hardware you put in priority through the bios (which is usually a harddisk). If there is no problem, your system will open. We’ll change the computer’s opening to USB from the Bios section and get the system to read it first. Thus, the computer will control the usb sticks that are connected when it is turned on, and when it comes to the memory we boot, it will start.
Each computer’s bios input key is different. You can find this very comfortably by doing some research online. Your best friend in this regard is Google :). Some computers have a key for the direct boot menu without entering the bios. If you log in like this, it’ll be more effortless.
Assuming that doesn’t have the key, I’m telling you. You’ve logged into bios.
You’ll be greeted with a screen like this. Here you can find the boot screen from the menu and select USB to open it. You can use the f5/f6 keys to navigate between options. The bottom contains information about it. Never change settings that you don’t know, you can damage your system.
After we make the opening USB, we record the settings and go out f9. When the computer restarts, the operating system we booted over USB memory will start. The rest depends on what purpose you boot and use your .iso file for. Good work… 🙂