Sunday, 29 January 2012

5 Free Software to make Bootable USB Windows

Now to do the installation of windows, can be easily done via the USB stick. This is very useful, because maybe some of the PC / laptop that has no available CD / DVD Rom, so that the alternatives we have to use other media such as USB Flash drives, SD cards, external HDD and others.
In addition to the alternative of a CD or DVD, using a USB-based media further save space, because we can make it only when necessary and also we remove. So do not need CDs or DVDs that are vulnerable to damage. Here's a collection of free software that we can use to create a bootable USB, both for installation of windows.

WinUSB Maker

WinUSB Maker is a portable software to create an external storage media like USB stick or external HDD to be bootable and can be used to move the file setup (installation) Windows to the USB.

Some Features WinUSB Maker include:
Backup and Restore (including MBR, Master Boot Record) from a USB Drive
In the design with maximum safety, to avoid and prevent errors errir reformat windows
Can work with Windows in the DVD, Folder or ISO Image
Formatting USB in NTFS file system
Can make a DOS / grldr bootable USB Disk
Copy files with maximum speed level
The device supports more than 1 TB
In addition there are various other features, more can visit the page WinUSB Maker . This program can run on Windows Vista, 7.8 and 2008/2011 servers (and need. Net Framework 3.5)
Download WinUSBMaker.7z (~ 1.3 MB)

Windows 7 SBB Tool

The program is small and portable can be used to create a bootable USB Windows 7, not just a USB stick, but supports SD Card. To create a bootable USB, we can not use an ISO image (ISO file) from Windows 7, but we have to manually specify the location of the windows folder (before we can copy from DVD to hard drive).

Download Windows 7 SBB Tool (245 KB)

Passcape ISO Burner

Small programs and also portable PAsscape ISO Burner is an application to create bootable USB disks and also from various ISO file, not just windows. Can be used to create a bootable CD / DVD, USB devices (Memory Stick, USB flash drive, CompactFlash, Secure Digital USB Hard disks and other)

Some of its features include:
Move the ISO file to CD / DVD and USB drives
Create bootable media
Extract the contents of the ISO file to hard drive
The interface is simple
This program can run on Windows XP and above.   Download Passcape ISO Burner (314 KB)

A Bootable USB

The application of this a USB bootable maker program to install windows 7. After the run, we can choose the install location of the file (I recommend selecting the same location as A Bootable USB, so it can be portable). To create a bootable USB Windows 7 required a minimum of 4 GB USB.

This application can use the Windows 7 DVD or ISO file. And can run on Windows Vista, Server 2008 or Windows 7. To run it, we must go through three steps, Check the USB Drive, USB Drive and choose Format DVD or ISO. Unfortunately after I try it in windows 7 (version, when the USB format step, the process is stopped so that I can not continue and must close with End Task. Probably from the Options menu to try the other settings when formatting the USB.
 Download A Bootable USB (996 KB)

Novicorp WinToFlash

This application has been around long enough, and quite nice to make a bootable USB. Unlike most previous application that only supports Windows Vista or 7, WinToFlash can be used to create a bootable USB Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8

Some features WinToFlash include:
XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8 move windows installation from CD / DVD to USB flash drive
Transferring WinPE onto a USB
Making a USB flash drive with the emergency bootloader for windows XP/2003
MS_DOS Move to USB
Make a USB containing the windows XP/2003 Recovery Console
This program can run on Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7 and also windows 8. Interfaces available in the Indonesian language, so for those who have difficulty using English discussed, this application will be very helpful.
Download  WinToFlash (6.9 MB)

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