Download the Win32 Disk Imager here
Unzip the program into a folder and run the application.
Next select the (.img) you want to write to the USB stick and the drive letter of the USB.
Once you have everything settled just the way that you want it, press write...
Wait for the write to finish and you are done. Eject the USB stick and use it to boot your device.
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