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How to Install Windows 11 using an ISO File


How to Install Windows 11

How to Install Windows 11 - How to install the Windows operating system can be said to be easy difficult. Sometimes, some devices have met the criteria and support of new system updates to make the installation process more manageable.

And conversely, if it turns out that the device has not supported the specification criteria of the Windows operating system. This will take a lot of time and can encounter obstacles and can even fail.

Not everyone notices the windows installation criteria policy on a device, so they are confused about what to do.

For those of you who have difficulty installing Windows 11, will make tips for installing Windows 11 run smoothly.

How to Install Windows 11

How to install Windows 11 can be applied to several things. If the installation is done pre-launch, the user must inevitably download the Windows 11 ISO file as an intermediary for the installation process.

Then, for users using Windows 10, Microsoft will provide free access to system updates on a predetermined schedule.

More practical how to install the second Windows 11, because you connect the device to the internet, wait for the data retrieval process to be completed, lastly update the system automatically.

Things To Prepare Before Installing Windows 11

  1. Download the Windows 11 ISO file, which I've previously posted.
  2. Download also windows 10 ISO files, because if using ISO Windows 11 only often appear notifications at the time of installation.
  3. Then download an application called Rufus. This application is needed to insert an ISO file into a flash drive or can be called bootable.
  4. And next is to prepare a blank flash drive. Try to use a flash that is at least 8GB, if it can be more than that.

Create Bootable On Flashdisk

First, you must download the Rufus application to create a bootable that will be enabled for Windows 11 installation media.

Previously make sure also THE ISO windows 11 and Windows 10 are provided. If everything is complete, follow these steps immediately:

Plug the flash into the PC

  • Open the Rufus app. 
  • Once it's open, you can see if your flash disk is already connected to what is not yet in the Device box. Next, tap the Select button.
  • Please search for windows 11 ISO files in folder storage.
  • Adjust partition scheme hard drive, to see the type of partition, please right-click This PC ➜ Manage ➜ Disk Management ➜ please choose which hard drive you want to install, for example, disk C, please right-click ➜ Properties.  If it has come out of the small window point to the Volume tab menu, partition style will appear.
  • Next, select Start, and confirm OK.
  • Please wait until it's over.

Windows 10 ISO file

Usually, the above step is directly able to execute install Windows 11. However, because Windows 11 pre-activated is still a lot of bugs and a less than perfect network, users should need a Windows 10 ISO file to smooth the installation.

  • Right-click the Windows 10 ISO file.
  • Then navigate to Open With ➜ Windows Explorer.
  • Then go to the x64 folder ➜ Sources.
  • When it's already in the source folder, tap the shortcut CTRL + A for all selections.
  • Scroll down, uncheck the selection for a file named esd, how to hold down CTRL and tap the file install.esd.
  • Right-click, and then Copy all the files.
  • After that, it goes to the flash.
  • Open a file called sources.
  • Paste all the files into it.
  • If the Replace or Skip File caption appears, you can tap Replace.

Windows 11 Install Process

Next, we go to how to install Windows 11 core parts. Keep in mind the flash should stay connected, and you can start by restarting the PC.

When the boot or screen starts to black, press the F2 key or delete until it appears to bios view. Usually, different types of laptops are also buttons to enter the BIOS.
  • When booting, press the F2 key.
  • Point to Advanced Mode.
  • Next, click the Boot menu. 
  • Tap Enter boot options section 1, then select UFEE SanDisk (flash disk), Partition 1.
  • Tap Enter Boot Option 2, select the hard drive memory you want to install.
  • Press F10 to save the configuration, and then Yes.
  • Then you will go to install Windows 11 view. Please select the language as you wish. Then click Next.
  • Next, you tap the Install Now button.
  • Later there will appear a product key input window. Because it does not have a code, then tap the Don't have a product key. Or if you have one, just put it in.
  • Select the type of Windows 11 you want to install. Tap one and click Next.
  • Next check, I accept license terms and click Next.
  • Tap the Custom Install Windows Only box.
  • Next, select which partition you want to install. Select The second partition according to the hard drive you selected in the BIOS earlier. Tap Format, then OK.
  • Once the formatting process is complete, select Next.
  • Here you wait for the windows 11 install process, which is faster if you use SSD storage.
  • When you're done, restart your PC.
  • Lastly, you just completed the initial registration as a Windows 11 newcomer.
  • Finish.

The next step is when you have finished installing Windows 11. Now you have to activate first. For more tutorials, see how to activate Windows 11.

End of Words

Still how to install Windows 11 other than the steps above. Like running the navigation of the application installation process by pressing the setup button, the system will automatically bring to the installation process.

But not everything works effectively because pre-launch products must still have bugs and similar system failures. I end this post. See you...

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