How to Create EaseUS Partition Master Bootable USB
"I'm looking for a bootable USB flash drive partition manager which will be able to resize partitions." This is a common need related to the partition manager in the forums. This article will guide you to create a bootable USB drive partition manager.
- EaseUS Partition Master
- A USB flash drive (FAT32, 1-16GB)
- A workable computer
To create a bootable USB partition manager, you will need the disk and partition management software, EaseUS Partition Master. With the help of this tool, you can access the hard drives and partition on your computer and manage them as you wish. (Only purchased users can create a bootable disk.)
Now, download and install the 100% secure software on a computer that can work normally, follow the simple steps below to create a bootable USB drive partition manager, then use it on any computer that can't boot successfully.
Step 1. To create a bootable disk of EaseUS Partition Master, you should prepare a storage media, like a USB drive, flash drive or a CD/DVD disc. Then, correctly connect the drive to your computer.
Step 2. Launch EaseUS Partition Master, and find the "Bootable Media" feature on the left. Click on it.
Step 3. You can choose the USB or CD/DVD when the drive is available. However, if you do not have a storage device at hand, you can also save the ISO file to a local drive, and later burn it to a storage media. Once made the option, click the "Create" button to begin.
- Check the Warning message and click "Yes".
When the process finishes, you have successfully created an EaseUS Partition Master WinPE bootable disk. Now, you can manage your hard disks and partitions through the bootable drive whenever the computer fails to boot normally.
If you have RAID drives, load the RAID driver first by clicking Add Driver from the menu bar, which can help you add the driver of your device under WinPE environment, as some specific device cannot be recognized under WinPE environment without drivers installed, such as RAID or some specific hard disk.
If you want to run EaseUS disk management tools from the bootable USB, you must follow these steps. You need to boot from the bootable USB flash drive. Here's how:
Step 1. Connect EaseUS bootable USB disk to a dead, unbootable, normal, or problematic Windows PC.
Step 2. Press the power button to boot the computer, hold F2/F11/Del to enter BIOS.
Step 3. Go to the Boot Drive section and set EaseUS Bootable USB as the boot drive.
Step 4. Save the changes and exit BIOS.
Step 5. Wait for your computer to boot up from the EaseUS WinPE disk.
Then, you can run these available features like partition resize, disk partition clone, partition recovery without booting into Operating System.
That's all about creating EaseUS Partition Master bootable USB. You need this tool if you want to manage hard disk partitions when Operating System crashes; resize the primary drive to reinstall other operating systems; or even convert partition file types without an operating system.
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