Here you can download WinSetupFromUSB and updates of the tools included.

Please do not hotlink files, use this page if you want to post a link to the program. If you need to link to a specific version, you could use version number like this:

Note: A few antivirus programs keep detecting a couple of the included files as viruses. This is false positive. These vendors were informed numerous times and the serious companies such as DrWeb and Kaspersky, update their signatures to remove the false detection within a few hours after being informed. Others, such as McAfee, despite all the efforts and contacts, don’t do anything to update their signatures. For a few unknown ones, which use third party signatures, there is no way to contact them or they simply don’t respond. This program will never knowingly distribute any kind of malware.

WinSetupFromUSB 1.6 beta1- 24.May.2015
WinSetupFromUSB 1.5 - 10.May.2015
WinSetupFromUSB 1.4 - 27.March.2014
WinSetupFromUSB 1.3 - 10.Jan.2014
WinSetupFromUSB 1.2 - 20.Dec.2013
WinSetupFromUSB 1.1 - 08.Dec.2013
WinSetupFromUSB 1.0 - 17.Oct.2013 (libwim-9.dll updated- 14.Nov.2013)
Previous versions

404 thoughts on “Downloads

    • If you are hitting the redirect page, adjust your firewall, antivirus or browser extensions not to remove referrer part in HTTP requests, otherwise the request is considered as hotlinking.
      Every time I see a report that downloads are not working I test from 3 different devices and every time downloads work just fine…

  1. You should add support for uefi-ntfs in your tool! Unfortunately, if you use Rufus to take advantage of this genius tool, WinSetupFromUSB will not detect the partition table of the drive, and therefore they cannot be used together.
    Please take a look!

    • I have a version ready which gets around the 4gb limit with fat32 when needed for efi, so no need to use ntfs for these situations. Just a couple of days to test it some more and a beta will be published.

  2. Tried new version and it works very well. Unfortunately is makes pieces of the ISO. I have master ISOs that I’ve loaded on the USB. If I need to change the master ISO once I have the USB drive built, I can just copy the updated ones to the USB. As they are now in pieces, I can only update by deleting/rebuilding that particular .ISO.

    • You can easily split the updated ISO rather than copying it and replace the pieces using the included FFSJ.exe in \files\tools\, or any similar tool which splits large file, GNU split for example. There is nothing fancy about the splitting, large file is just split in smaller pieces. All you have to do is to use the same name. Program uses the first file name (.001) as a pointer and searches for the rest of the pieces (002-099), so if the newer file is larger and/or split in more parts, it still will be used, as long as the names match, even if there are extra parts.

  3. Thank you itaushanov, that will address my problem. That allows me to have a Windows 7 ISO with x86 & x64 and a Windows 8.1 ISO with x86 & x64 instead of 4 ISOs.

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