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Using USB stick as installation boot disk fat32 exfat ntfs

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"Using USB stick as installation boot disk fat32 exfat ntfs" ,I want to put a streamlined version of windows 7 on a 16G USB 3.0 stick, and i'm not sure what format to use. I want to be able to install the streamlined version of windows on computers with blank hard disks and no OS, and also be able to boot off the usb stick when necessary when something is wrong with my computer. I've read guides that say you have to use fat32 or bios won't see the disk. But then i've seen guides that suggest using ntfs for flash boot disks. Then i've read that exfat is better for external flash drives because it writes to them less.

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