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I am running Windows 10 and am starting to learn how to boot from USB devices.
I have a 16GB USB (USB 3.0) drive and I want to do the following:
- Make the 16GB USB drive run Debian Linux.
- Keep Windows 10 on my C: drive.
- Not partition my hard drive or set up a dual boot.
- Run the OS from my USB drive.
- Let all of my files and programs be saved to the USB (so I don't think that a live OS would be suitable). It should work as though it was a dual boot as in the way files are saved.
- Make it work on any computer it is plugged in to (assuming the BIOS is compatible).
I already know how to boot from a USB in my BIOS but I am unsure as to where to get an ISO file and how to install it to the USB.Alexander
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To create a bootable USB, you can follow the steps below:
Go to the website of the OS you wish to install, and find an iso image to download. In your case, since you want to run a Debian OS, here is a link to its iso options: https://www.debian.org/distrib/netinst
Choose an iso image from the options, and click on it. This should automatically start the image download. While file is downloading, go to second step.
Get a utility program to format and create bootable USB flash drives. Some have already been suggested, so I will just link you to my favourite: https://rufus.akeo.ie/
Download the utility and go to third step.
By this stage, if your iso image has not yet finished downloading, then wait until it does.
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Now that you have both the utility and the iso image downloaded:
- Plug in your USB drive
- Open Rufus (to write your USB)
- Select the iso image you just downloaded to write on the USB, and fill out the other options accordingly (eg. selecting your USB drive etc)
- Click on the option for starting the write process (with Rufus, it is the 'Start' button)
Once Rufus finishes, simply reboot, booting from your USB, which should start up your Debian OS.
we can easily make bootable Debain using rufus software from windows.
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