Thursday, May 19, 2016

FlashBoot 2.1s +

FlashBoot - program to crte a bootable USB Flash Drive. In addition to USB-carriers, supported by other types of devices. Allows you to format and copy files on the system. It supports various operating systems: 7 / Vista, XP, SysLinux, drives GRUB4DOS, Linux kernel, etc. You can crte a cln bootable USB-flash drive with a minimum set of system files and then manually set up "by itself", or convert a full-ftured samozagruzochny -ROM or floppy to a USB-flash drive samozagruzochnoy that contains all the functionality. FlashBoot can either format the physical and crte its .

FlashBoot is a tool to make USB s bootable. Its primary focus is USB Flash s, but other types of USB devices are supported as well. Making bootable involves formatting and copying operating system files to it. Different operating systems are supported: 7/Vista, XP, SysLinux-based s, GRUB4DOS s, Linux kernel etc. You may crte blank bootable USB flash with minimal set of system files and then manually tune it for your needs, or convert a full-ftured bootable -ROM or floppy to bootable USB Flash keeping all functionality. FlashBoot can either format physical or write an file. So you may crte customized USB manually or with another tool and use FlashBoot to crte out of it and redistribute it in local network or online.
FlashBoot is a tool with rich fture list:- Convert XP, Vista, 7 installation / disc to bootable USB (usable for installation of these OSes on netbooks and other devices without / drive)
- Crte USB to reset for any user of XP/Vista/7
- Extract XP recovery console from XP installation to bootable USB
- Convert BartPE bootable to bootable USB
- Convert IsoLinux, SysLinux, GRUB4DOS and DOS bootable s / s / floppy s to bootable USB s
- Duplie USB s
Why do you might want to use bootable USB flash s?• Unlike the most bootable medias, bootable USB Flash are very handy: compared to floppies, they have much bigger size, speed and reliability, compared to / discs, they are random write access devices, so you can backup your data to the same media where you booted from, without need to reformat (re) the entire media. Again, the cost per gigabyte for them continues to cut down, unlike / discs.
• Bootable USB flash s are especially useful with netbooks like Eee PC which does not have builtin / drive or an opportunity to install one. On the other hand, buying external / drive for netbook is not a truly wise choice because it will be shifted out of use just after is installed, thanks to widesprd use of files and modern hard capacities.
• Bootable USB flash s are useful as boot devices on the \ "big \" desktop PCs too, unlike / discs they do not have sensible surface you could scratch, thus more reliable (especially when holding backup your data). If your sysadmin at work restricts PC to not to have / drives, you still can boot from USB flash . Or if your home PC has / drive failed, you can do it too.
• There are some mobility considerations as well. If your laptop has a bootable / drive, you can't work with it for a long time: boot device is accessed quite often, and battery power is obviously not enough to supply laser for a long time.
• With bootable USB Flash , you don't have to obey a / size limit of 700 or 4700 MB. You can buy a big or a small USB depending on your needs. Just after boot, on every PC, you may save your files to the same boot device, or restore them back. There's no need to reformat (re) the boot , you just copy files and folders, and there's no need for extra hardware for such operations. Of course you may do some things you can't do under your OS: copy / modify system files (they are busy when OS is running), reinstall OS, repartition your main hard etc.

ChangelogApr, 26 of 2012 Minor update 2.1s relsed.- Fixed a bug in UTF-16 conversion (special case for surrogate characters).
Information about the program:Yr: 2012Version: 2.1sPlatform: ® 2000 | XP | Vista | 7 (x32 | x64)Language: english: file

File Size 23.4 Mb


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