Bash script to make USB drives bootables with Windows 7/8/8.1/10 installation files
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bootify is a Bash script to make bootable USB drives with Windows 7/8/8.1/10 installation files. It can be used for Boot or UEFI systems.


Make sure the following tools exist on your system:

stat, file, mktemp, lsblk, dd, mkfs.ntfs, mkfs.vfat, parted, 7z, wimlib-imagex, rsync


Make sure bootify is executable: chmod +x bootify

sudo ./bootify -d [DEVICE] -s [boot|uefi] -i [ISO]


  • Handle interruption events


  • Old lsblk versions have less available columns to report device data. The script will crash if your system uses one of them.
  • UEFI is supported from Windows 7 64bits onwards. If you try to make a USB bootable using Windows 7 32bits it will never work.
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