Step By Step Create A bootable USB Stick On Ubuntu 18.04.1

Today, we will learn about ‘Step by Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04.1’. You can install ubuntu os or repair with a bootable USB stick. It is very easy to create a bootable USB stick in Ubuntu. Before making the bootable USB stick, please update the Ubuntu Desktop.

Step By Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04

Step By Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04

Follow the below steps to Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04.1:

To create a bootable stick, you need to have an Ubuntu iso file, click on the link below and download it.

https://www.ubuntu.com/download/iso

Step By Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04.1

Ubuntu ISO

After downloading Ubuntu iso file, search for ‘Startup Disk Creator‘ in the application. Now insert USB stick ubuntu into the desktop.

Step By Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04.1

Startup Disk Creator

Also Read – step By Step Installation Of Ubuntu.

After launching the Startup Disk Creator, open Ubuntu iso file in the ‘Source disk image’ and The USB pen drive we inserted has been detected in ‘Disk to use’. USB stick should have at least 2GB of free space. After the setup, click on ‘Make Startup Disk‘.

Step By Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04.1

Make Startup Disk

Now the bootable process of Writing disk image will start. Wait until this process takes some time.

Step By Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04.1

Writing disk image

In the previous article, you have learned that ‘How to make a Bootable Multiboot USB Flash Drive for Windows and Linux’

The bootable process of the USB stick is complete now you can see in the following snapshot.

Step By Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04.1

Bootable Installation complete

 Also Read – How to Install Ubuntu on Windows 10.

If you want to install Ubuntu, take a look at our step By Step Installation Of Ubuntu. That’s all, In this article, we have explained the Step By Step Create a bootable USB stick on Ubuntu 18.04.1. I hope you enjoy this article. If you like this article, then just share it. If you have any questions about this article, please comment.

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