Create Centos 7 bootable USB from ISO file in Windows

This post shows you how to create bootable Centos 7 Installer USB from ISO file in Windows 10. You can also apply to Centos 6.8, 6.10 and Windows 7.

First of all download Centos 7 ISO file at:

http://isoredirect.centos.org/centos/

You can choose Centos 7 or Centos 6 depends on your need. In this post, I am using Centos 7 X86_64 1810 NetInstall for demo. But you can choose any other version of Centos in the same folder.

Next step is to download and install Universal USB Installer: Full guide here.

Start Universal USB Installer and select your downloaded ISO and USB driver as below:

Create bootable Centos 7 USB Driver from ISO
Create bootable Centos 7 USB Driver from ISO

Then wait the application to work.

P/S: select “Will Wipe Disk 1” tick will delete all data on USB.

That’s all. You’ve got a bootable Centos 7 Netinstall USB Drive to install on servers & pcs.

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