You can utilize your preferred bootable USB creation tool.  We recommend Rufus as a good all-around USB creation utility. You can download it from the following url:


You must have local Administrator privileges on your machine in order to run Rufus.

Use Rufus to create a bootable USB flash drive

1. Insert your USB media into your system and launch Rufus. It should automatically detect and select your device; If it does not, select the correct device from the device drop-down list

2. Click Select and select the x360Recover ISO image you wish to install.

3. Ensure that the persistent partition size is set to 0 (No persistence). 

4. Ensure that Partition scheme and target system type is set to MBR partition for BIOS or UEFI-CSM.

5. Ensure that File system is set to FAT32 as the default, or select FAT32 from the drop-down list. 

6. Ensure that the Cluster size is set to the default, typically 16 kilobytes.

7. Enter a New Volume label if desired.
You may accept the default values for advanced drive properties and format options. 

8. Click the Start button and wait for the file copy process to complete.