In this video I’ll show you How to Create a Bootable USB on Chrome OS
Part 1 – Download the ISO you want to make into a bootable USB.
- Go to the website where your desired ISO is and download the ISO.
- Once downloaded, change the .iso extension of the filename to .bin and accept the message that tells you this might be a bad idea.
Part 2 – Create the Bootable USB
- Open the Chrome browser on your Chromebook.
- Go to the Chrome Web Store.
- Do a search for the Chromebook Recovery Utility app.
- Install the app.
- Launch the app.
- Look at the top right of the Chromebook Recovery Utility App screen. Next to the X used to close the window is a gear/cog. Click it.
- From the dropdown, click “Use local image”
- In the screen that pops up, select the filename that you changed from .iso to .bin and click the “Open” button.
- Insert your USB stick. Make sure it is at least 8GB.
- On the left side of the screen you’ll see some text that says “Select the media you’d like to use” and below that you should see a dropdown that says “Select”.
- Click “Select” and select the USB stick you just inserted.
- Click the “Continue” button in the bottom right of the screen.
- The next screen will be a confirmation screen. Verify that it is correct and then click “Create Now”.
- Now you just wait for the creation process to complete. Once it’s done, make sure to safely eject the USB stick.
That’s it. You’re done.