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Best software for making bootable usbs

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I checked Rufus website, it seems the burning speed is the best but it has compatibility issue with old USB drives.

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Yes I agree. Rufus is clearly the best. It is portable, low file size and really straigth forward. It support a lot of preconfigured presets for a lot of OS'es aswell.

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When I first migrated to GNU/Linux from Windows I used to rely on UNetBootin to create bootable USB pen drives. It's obviously FOSS and multi-platform, worked like a charm. Haven't used it in a decade as I'm just dd-ing images since I changed OS, but it should work with any .iso image AFAIK.

 

https://unetbootin.github.io/

 

If you're still in need of help, try looking this one as well:

 

http://www.isotousb.com/

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I have a version of rufus for making bootable "MS-DOS" bootdisks.
Rufus as you know don't work on windows 10 at all right out of the box. Windows 10 is missing files for Rufus to make a "MS-DOS" boot disk. I have added these files to a installer package and I call it "Rufus 1.2.0 Build(182) Win10 Fixed.rar". I give to this forum my file for everyone to have.

FileName: Rufus 1.2.0 Build(182) Win10 Fixed.ra
FileSize: 1.1 MB
Download URL: https://mega.nz/#!ZI9WjaRa!_kriEbbB-v8p7KQCsTcMyhVd9gxK_a0K56jau9p54yA

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Rufus is good enough, I wouldn't waste my time on alternatives as none are of the same quality

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