How to Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive to Install Windows XP?

Hello! I want to install Windows XP on an old computer. I originally had a Windows XP CD, but suddenly I realized that my old computer didn't have a CD drive. Now I am considering creating a bootable USB to install Windows XP. What exactly should I do?

Best Answered by

Rel· Answered on Dec 20, 2023

Hi, there. It is not that difficult to create a bootable USB flash drive to install Windows XP. First, you should prepare only 2 things.

  • 8GB (at least) USB flash drive
  • EaseUS Todo Backup Home

EaseUS Todo Backup Home is a backup software that provides users with reliable data protection. It can undertake almost all backup tasks, creating stable copies of your system, files, personal data, disks, etc. In addition to backup tasks, EaseUS Todo Backup can also create Windows XP bootable USB for you and even clone your computer.

Click the button to download this software for free, and follow the steps below to start your creation.

Step 1. Format the USB you prepared as NTFS.

Step 2. Run EaseUS Todo Backup Home.

Step 3. Navigate to Tools on the upper right corner of the window, and choose to Create Emergency Disk.

Step 4. Then a new window will pop up, hit the middle icon to create a bootable USB.

Step 5. Hit the Create button to get your bootable USB for Windows XP now.

If you want to install Windows XP on your old computer, you just need to insert the created bootable USB into your old computer, start the computer, and press F2/DEL to enter the BIOS. After that, you can start the process of installing Windows XP through the BIOS.

Related article: How to Create EaseUS Bootable USB, CD/DVD, and ISO Image with EaseUS Todo Backup


Download EaseUS Todo Backup to Protect Computer Data!

Find best solutions to computer backup, cloud storage, data security, and disk cloning with full guidance.

People Also Ask