Create Bootable USB from ISO with Universal USB Installer


Create Bootable USB from ISO with Universal USB Installer

Universal USB Installer is a Live Linux USB Creator that allows you to choose from a selection of Linux Distributions to put on your USB Flash Drive. The Universal USB Installer is easy to use. Simply choose a Live Linux Distribution, the ISO file, your Flash Drive and, Click Install. Upon completion, you should have a ready to run bootable USB Flash Drive with your select operating system installed. Other features include; Persistence (if available) — note that casper persistence will only work with fat16 or fat32 formatted drives.

Fatdog64 is an all 64bit version of GNU/Linux built from source packages. Fatdog64 was inspired by Puppy Linux and has a similar structure. Fatdog64 is quite ‘fat’ compared to Puppy, the complete Xorg is included along with other extras that make it larger than Puppy. Other differences include Seamonkey/Firefox and Pidgin running as a non-priviliged user (spot), automatic Xorg configuration, default localization (see the setup wizards to make adjustments). You’ll find CUPS in your browser’s bookmarks if you want to add a printer. Do not use Puppy pet packages in Fatdog, Puppy’s 32bit packages won’t work.

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  1. sir i am so sorry for asking this question but i did not understand you : is this make USB run as new system like(linux) and when i click on it run new system or not and i am sorry again sir but i have a little infrmation by computer and i learn from you .THANK YOU SO MUCH

  2. Are bootable and live CD's/USB drives two different things ? Am I correct in assuming that a live CD [or flash drive] will allow you to use a Linux os without damaging your original operating system ? Which in my case is WinXP.

  3. Worked great. I tried using Etcher and Rufus and did not work. They corrupted my USB 3.0 sticks. Thank you !

  4. please help i did it d disk and now when i turn it on i automatically kali linux installation page . how can i back windows 7 ?

  5. If I have Windows that won't boot, is this the best method to try to save data off the HDD?
    And copy it to the same USB drive?

  6. Brian, what do I have to do to get into your forum? I've gotten no moderator acceptance email after signing up, and you won't respond to my messages here through youtube?

  7. got a windows xp iso want to make it bootable on a thumb drive so i can instale it on an acer aspire one zg5 keep getting ntldr missing when i try 

  8. I did exactly this a few times and it didn't work 🙁  I had a version of linux mint on usb but my girlfriend deleted it by accident, so i know it does work normally.

  9. how can i install windows xp live ilke windows to go i want to instal windows xp mini in may flash drive is it possible ?? please replay how can i do it i have ben searching for week can't find

  10. I did what i need to do, but when i put my USB in my laptop and started it up, but i only get a message with: SYSLINUX 4.07 EDD 2013-07-25 Copyright (C) 1994-2013 H. Peter Anvin et al. What do i need to do? Sorry for my bad Englisch

  11. ok, i have a situation, i have a laptop with windows 8.1 on it. Im selling it and i dont want to spend money on a windows disk. The case doesnt even have an optical drive slot (nzxt h440) so should i get the computer put together than do this with my friends windows 8.1 because the laptop didnt come with a product key of course. please help only have about a week or so before i sell it.

  12. Whats the diference between this one and Yumi? Yumi seems to have a current release, but, Im having problems with Yumi. With Yumi I have LinuxMint and Windows 7 Ult. When I try to install any LinuxMint or Windows 7 in some point the installation got crash. I tried several times. So I decide to install the OSs with the discs. TAADAA!! no problems now. So my question is, Universal USB installer is a earlier version of Yumi but stable?

  13. This is too easy my friend, any kid can do it
    the dilemma is with your way and solution I carry 4 USB One for XP one for Win7 One for Windows8 and the last one is for Spotmau.
    I have been looking for a while for multi boot way to carry all in one including virus remover, but all videos speak of only one single option either XP, win7, win8 or tool USB
    Please advise if there is a way to put all in one large USB

  14. So if my hard drive won't boot, could I use Ubuntu to access the files by doing this also or does it have to be fatdog 64?

  15. Don't forget to enable boot from usb in your bios. If you don't the drive won't work if your computer isn't set up by default. Just getting into your bios can be difficult. Sometimes you have to push DEL or F8 or F1…it varies by manufacturer. Sometimes it will pop up on the screen for half a second. This is a good start for finding your bios access key.
    Nice video Sir. Keep it up!

  16. Wooooooooooooooow! It FUCKING worked….
    I tried burning the iso..
    I tried some other method of making a bootable flash drive…
    and this method freakin worked!

  17. my friend is using windows 7 royale… and we want it to make it to windows this method also applicable to that process?


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