Things you’ll need
How to create a bootable USB drive using Etcher
2. Click on Select image and browse to the download folder (or where the Linux ISO file is located). At last, double click on the Linux ISO file to open.
3. The USB drive should automatically be selected. Select the correct USB drive by clicking on change in case you have other removable drives connected.
4. Just hit flash. It would ask you for some permissions (to format the drive and destroy all the data on it) to allow. The flashing would start once you allow the permissions.
How to create a bootable USB drive using Rufus (Windows)
2. Select Disk or ISO image on Boot selection and click on the SELECT button.
3. Now browse to the download folder or the location where you have the Linux ISO file in the pop-up window and double-click on the ISO file to open it.
4. Now, you have to select whether the disk you want to install Linux on uses MBR or GPT partition scheme. Here are the steps to find out if you don’t already know:
5. In the Volumes tab, you can see the partition scheme of your disk (listed as Partition style).
6. Leave other options default and proceed to START. It would ask how you want to write the image, stay with the recommended Write in ISO Image mode, and click OK.