Another utility that can take Windows images and create a Windows bootable USB stick is WiNToBootic. This one is a bit different from some of the others in that it uses the NTFS file system and the Windows 7 boot loader, not a Linux GRUB loader. The consequence of this is that Linux ISO’s and Windows versions other than Vista, Win 7, Win 2008 and Win 8 are not supported, so no good for XP. Any utility image, recovery or repair distro that uses the Windows Preinstall Environment version 2 or 3 will work fine. ISO 9660 (Joilet) and ISO 13346 (UDF) images are supported.