How to Copy iTunes Setup to a Flash Drive
iTunes is one of the most popular computer media players, due in large part to the well-known iTunes music store and the fact that the software is used to put music on the iPod audio player. However, installing iTunes on a PC requires downloading it from the Internet, which can be difficult if your goal is to put the software on a computer that is not connected to the Internet. Copy the iTunes setup program to a flash drive to install it on a computer that is not connected to the Internet
Browse to the iTunes download page (see Resources). Click a radio button to indicate whether you would like to download the 32-bit or 64-bit version of iTunes, then click "Download Now." An email address does not need to be entered. A download window opens. Save the file to the desktop.
Connect a card reader to your computer if you are using a flash card to transfer the file. If you are using a USB thumb drive, connect the drive to an open USB port. After a moment, Windows detects the thumb drive or flash card and adds it to the computer as a new storage drive.
3.Click the "Start" button, then click "Computer" in Windows 7 and Vista or "My Computer" in Windows XP. The flash card or thumb drive is displayed. Double-click it.
Drag the iTunes setup file from the desktop to the open Windows Explorer window to copy the file to the flash card or thumb drive. led light
Click the "Back" button in the Windows Explorer window to return to the list of drives. Right-click the flash card or thumb drive, and click "Eject" or "Safely Remove."
Remove the thumb drive or card reader and flash card from the computer and connect it to the computer that you want to move the iTunes setup program to.
Click the "Start" button on the second computer, then click "Computer" or "My Computer." usb drive
Double-click the icon representing the flash card or thumb drive
. The iTunes setup program is shown. Drag the iTunes setup icon from the Windows Explorer window to the desktop on the second computer, then double-click the program to install it on the computer.