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How can I copy an ISO file (bootable disk) to USB?

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Created an ISO file with Microsoft Office (5,3 Gb). The ISO file can be burned to a dual layer disk (which I don't have) or mounted to a USB disk. I tried to do with Windows 7 USB utility, but that does not work. File is not suitable.

Can you help me? I searched the Internet for solutions (including using PowerISO to change the property to UDF, but still I can't copy the file to USB stick.

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A Microsoft Office ISO will never be bootable since it's no operating system. You can mount the file using PowerISO or Daemon Tools or you could extract its contents using WinRAR then copy the files to the USB stick. There is no application to allow you to create a bootable USB stick from a Microsoft Office ISO file.

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