Fedora Media Writer on (Windows 8.1 & 10 ) [Outdated]




This post will talk about how you can test Fedora Media Writer AKA LUC on Windows.

First for all you can download the .exe file from [https://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator/]


 After installation, here is how you can create Live USB for Fedora in a jiffy.
                                 

                               
Format Your Flash Drive to FAT 32.





Execute the installed program as an "Admin"



There are two ways of picking the source of the image, First is by taking up .ISO file by browsing or by waiting for the image to get populated from where you can directly get it to your USB.You need to select or hit the refresh button to populate the list of your removable devices.

The present architecture used my me for the demo is x86_x64 , Intel core i5 4th Gen with 8 Gb memory.I booted it with UEFI.


I have used the Fedora 24 1.7 Alpha Workstation x86_x64.Always, try Fedora and verify the basic functioning.


I have done the basic test by installing Fedora Media Writer. You can install anything for testing purpose.


Thanks for reading, I hope it's easy now to create a bootable fedora USB and use it everyday.
Do share your feedbacks and if this process breaks or fails , make sure you reach out to us at the fedora QA IRC channel or Test mailing list.

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