Universal USB Installer 1.8.9.7 toolkit

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I’ve learnt that using Universal USB Installer 1.8.9.7 toolkit on a Windows PC. I can easily transfer Linux Live CD distro to a USB stick. Can anyone provide an easy walkthrough for using this software?

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Universal USB Installer 1.8.9.7 toolkit

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The Universal USB Installer could be a little tool that makes it straightforward to repeat a Linux live CD to a USB stick, thus improving performance and creating it doable to avoid wasting files and settings.
 
The process starts by merely selecting your most well-liked distribution from a listing. All the same old candidates are included: Ubuntu,Fedora, Linux Mint, Debian, Fedora, Puppy Linux variations and a full ton a lot of. and there is a decent choice of Linux-based utility discs, too: System Rescue CD and antivirus rescue CDs from AVG, Avira, BitDefender, F-Secure and Kaspersky.
 
Next, purpose Universal USB Installer to your distro's live CD ISO file. Or, if you do not have it, use the program's built-in download link to grab a duplicate.
 
Now purpose Universal USB Installer at your USB flash drive. (Choose the incorrect drive here and it will be overwritten, so be very, terribly careful.)
 
If the chosen live CD includes a persistence choice, where you are able to avoid wasting files and settings, then you'll need the choice to line aside some house on the USB drive for this purpose.
 
And finally, clicking produce can transfer the LiveCD files to your USB stick (overwriting any current contents), and build it bootable, prepared for immediate use. (Although in fact this can solely work if your hardware supports USB booting, and it's enabled within the BIOS, thus you'll wish to substantiate that if the system will not boot from your drive.)
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Universal USB Installer 1.8.9.7 toolkit

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That’s the main function of UUI or the Universal USB Installer. It is designed to put a Linux distro of your choice on a USB flash drive. Instead of burning an ISO image of a Linux distribution on a blank disc, the application puts it on a USB flash drive turning it into a live USB flash drive which you can use to install Linux on a computer.

Using the application to create a live USB is easy. Start UUI then select your preferred Linux distro from the dropdown list in “Step 1”. If you already have an ISO file of the Linux distro on your computer, you can check “Local iso Selected” then browse and select the ISO file in “Step 2”.

In “Step 3”, select the drive letter of your USB flash drive and then finally click “Create”. And that’s it. Just wait until it is complete and it’s good to go. You can now use it to install the Linux distro you selected on a computer. If you are using an old version, download the latest from Universal USB Installer.

It supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. If you want to install it in Linux, use Wine.

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