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How to make bootable pen drive with iso image

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CadCrazy

in search of myself
I have bootable iso image. How to copy it to pen drive and to make it bootable.

Thanks

hello anyone please help me
 
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krates

Be CoOl rAp RuLeZ !!!
Don't Know But Thinks It May Work Open The Open The Bootable Cd Image Through Daemon Tool Or Such Utilities Copy All The Contents From The Image tO The Pen Drive Rename The Pen Drive To The Cd Name Now Insert Your Pen Drive And Reboot The Computer Open The Bios Enable The First Boot Device As The Usb Drive In which Your Pen Drive Is Save Changes Reboot The Computer See If It Is Booting The The Pen Drive Or Not If Not Try Changing The Usb Port Cause I Think You u May Not Be Knowing The Port


















If It Work Then Thanks Me
Otherwise I Am Sorry For The Hard Work
 

Zeeshan Quireshi

C# Be Sharp !
Well here's a way to do it :

You need these two utilities to get your work done :
First , format your zip drive to FAT 32 Filesystem , now to make drive bootable follow these steps :
1. Extract boot sector of cd using bbie [e.g "bbie image.iso" , "bbie e:"]
2. This will create file image1.bin
3. now copy the contents of the iso or cd onto you USB drive.
4. now execute this command "mkbt -c -x {you zip drive letter} image1.bin"

also , if you want to boot a linux filesystem or the likes then you can follow this guide http://www.althack.com/2006/03/10/how-to-run-linux-on-a-usb-drive/
 
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CadCrazy

CadCrazy

in search of myself
Thanks Zeeshan Quireshi

A lengthy procedure for a lazy person like me. I ll try it anyway
 

Arun the Gr8

Journeyman
nah , most BIOS'es from 2000 have the ability to boot off USB drives :D

are u sure?

i own msi rs482m2-il mobo and i cant find the usb boot thing in my bios. can u hlp me out?

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sravan

Subbu loves Technology
Well here's a way to do it :

You need these two utilities to get your work done :
First , format your zip drive to FAT 32 Filesystem , now to make drive bootable follow these steps :
1. Extract boot sector of cd using bbie [e.g "bbie image.iso" , "bbie e:"]
2. This will create file image1.bin
3. now copy the contents of the iso or cd onto you USB drive.
4. now execute this command "mkbt -c -x {you zip drive letter} image1.bin"

also , if you want to boot a linux filesystem or the likes then you can follow this guide http://www.althack.com/2006/03/10/how-to-run-linux-on-a-usb-drive/

I did all these
but i am not able to boot from pen drive.The cursor just blinks while booting and nothing happens
Also is the file image1.bin is visible in pendrive? .I cannot see such file even after i copied it to pendrive using mkbt
 

sabret00the

Youngling
thanks for the help guys.

Just wanted to know 2 things:

1)Is it possible to reformat a "bootable" pen drive to fat32 format?
2)Is it possible to boot into the Asus P5N32 E SLI BIOS from a bootable pen drive?
 

ico

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Don't Know But Thinks It May Work Open The Open The Bootable Cd Image Through Daemon Tool Or Such Utilities Copy All The Contents From The Image tO The Pen Drive Rename The Pen Drive To The Cd Name Now Insert Your Pen Drive And Reboot The Computer Open The Bios Enable The First Boot Device As The Usb Drive In which Your Pen Drive Is Save Changes Reboot The Computer See If It Is Booting The The Pen Drive Or Not If Not Try Changing The Usb Port Cause I Think You u May Not Be Knowing The Port

If It Work Then Thanks Me
Otherwise I Am Sorry For The Hard Work
Krates ki abh tak ki sabhse badhiya post. :lol:
 

pillainp

Broken In
1. Download and install UltraISO trial.

2. Plug in your pen drive.

3. Open UltraISO as Administrator (right-click shortcut, "Run as Administrator")

4. Open the CD/DVD image file you want to write to pendrive in this instance of UltraISO (File>Open).

5. Under the Bootable menu, select Write Disk Image.

6. A new dialog should open up, listing your pen drive(s).

7. Select the pendrive you want to write your image to.

8. Set the Write Method to USB-HDD (or USB-HDD+ if your BIOS supports it).

9. Click the Write button, and then click Yes/OK in the warning dialog (All data on this drive will be destroyed ....... do you want to continue) that pops up.

8. Sit back, relax and enjoy a drink.
 

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Right off the assembly line
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