Create A Bootable USB Flash Drive With FlashBoot Program

FlashBoot is a great tool to make USB disks bootable and you can easily convert Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 installation CD / DVD disc to bootable USB disk. Its primary focus is USB Flash disks and all types of USB devices are supported as well. Making disk bootable involves formatting and copying operating system files to it. Different operating systems are supported: Windows 7/Vista, Windows XP, SysLinux-based disks, GRUB4DOS disks, Linux kernel etc. You may create blank bootable USB flash with minimal set of system files and then manually tune it for your needs, or convert a full-featured bootable CD-ROM or floppy disk to bootable USB Flash keeping all functionality.FlashBoot-Program You can format physical disk or write an image file and create customized USB disk manually or with another tool and use FlashBoot to create image out of it and redistribute it in local network or online.

Main Features:

Create USB disk to reset password for any user of Windows XP/Vista/7.
Extract Windows XP recovery console from Windows XP installation CD to bootable USB disk.
Convert BartPE bootable CD to bootable USB disk.
Convert IsoLinux, SysLinux, GRUB4DOS and DOS bootable CDs / DVDs / floppy disks to bootable USB disks.
Duplicate USB disks.

More detail and download from FlashBoot official website.

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