Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by CalinTM, Aug 26, 2014.
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you could try this tool that Josh cell has made it
also try rufus
Although DISKPART is a way to do it, be very careful when going that route . Diskpart wipes any choosen drive without asking further questions, so be always sure you chose the right one.
At the least the tools mentioned above are the safer choice .
I know the thing with diskpart, one wrong number and bam, disk wiped )
The active one gets an asterisk when listed again, there is also the detail command. After you have chosen the disk with select disk <no.>, just type detail disk. Just give your USB pen drive an unique name to identify it (and verify the capacity as well).