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Plug the USB flash drive into your computer. Close the window that appears prompting you to open the drive.
Open the "My Computer" folder on your system by clicking on the desktop menu, then clicking on "Computer". Right-click on the "Removable Media" icon for your flash drive and choose "Format". Select "Fat32" in the first drop-down menu in the formatting box that appears, then select "Quick Format" and press the "Format" button. Wait for the format to finish, then close the dialog box.
Download the version of Slackware you'd like to install onto your flash drive and save it onto your computer.
Download an application called Unetbootin (see Resources). This program does not require installation. Double-click on the "Unetbootin.exe" icon to launch the application. Select the "ISO" radio button, then click "Browse" and select the Slackware ISO you downloaded. Select the drive letter for your USB flash drive from the drop-down menu, then press "Install". Select the "Reboot Later" button when Unetbootin is finished.
Remove the USB flash drive from the computer.