How to make Bootable USB using Universal USB Installer
May 24, 2011
If you have a laptop or PC, CD-ROM / DVD-ROM in hand, it is almost impossible to install a new operating system, except one, which is already installed. Another way to install the operating system, system must be used with USB to install the operating system, but you need to make a bootable USB drive. I already have a bootable USB Plop can not write without BIOS support.
Universal USB installation program includes nearly all the bootable operating systems and concepts, such as starting tools for troubleshooting. a list of installable stuff is very long, and tools for almost all Linux and Unix distributions such as Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, backtrack openSUSE, Puppy Linux, Windows, includes operating systems (Windows Vista and Windows 7), and troubleshooting tools such as Hiren’s Boot CD Acronis Rescue CD , Kon-Boot is ophcrack etc. Universal USB installer and portable tool is only available for Windows. You can install the tool on a USB USB Universal Installer.
Since most of the tools are free or open source, the USB Universal Installer selects the option, the installation path if you have it on your computer, or it can be yours to download. You just have to check the box drop-down menu to select the distribution. Or if you have setup your distribution in the same folder as the USB Universal Installer will automatically detect and step is to choose the path of the distribution of passes.
You should have a USB drive before Universal USB installer otherwise it is not possible, it will automatically plug. When installation is complete, you can start your computer’s USB drive and do what you want.