Quickly Create Bootable Drives Using This Simple Tool

Etcher is a lightweight, cross platform tool to create bootable USB drives and SD cards. It is free to use, available for Windows/Linux and macOS. It can be downloaded as a setup or as a portable app from here. Using it involves 3 steps : Selecting the ISO image of the operating system to be installed Confirming the target drive Flashing To begin, launch Etcher and select the ISO image. Once...

Create A Manjaro Linux Live Bootable USB From Windows

It can be a good idea to first try a live preview of any new Linux distro before installing it. Just like Ubuntu/Linux Mint, Manjaro Linux too supports creating a bootable/live USB for trying or installing. Here is how to create a bootable USB in Windows for that : Download and install Win32 Disk Imager. Also, keep the downloaded Manjaro Linux image handy. Insert and format the USB drive to make a...

How To Create A Bootable USB Using LinuxLive USB Creator

How To Create A Bootable USB Using LinuxLive USB Creator
If you are having trouble creating bootable USB using existing utility that you use, like UNetbootin, try to create it using LinuxLive USB Creator. The program is easy to use, has a very nice GUI and has a plenty of useful options. Here’s how to create a bootable USB using LinuxLive USB Creator: 1. Attach a USB drive to your PC. Backup any data that you may have on the USB drive. 2. Go to www.linuxliveusb.com/en/download...

Creating Bootable USB Drive For Ubuntu From Linux Mint

It is very simple to create a USB bootable drive for installing Ubuntu (10.0.4 / 10.10). Here is how to do that when trying to make it from Linux Mint : First download the Ubuntu iso files from here. Then : 1. Go to System > Administration > Startup Disk Creator. 2. Select the Ubuntu image for which the bootable USB drive needs to be made by clicking to Other and pointing the path where the...