Sunday, 8 April 2012


Its primary focus is USB Flash disks, but other types of USB devices are supported as well. Making disk bootable involves formatting and copying operating system files to it. Different operating systems are supported: Windows 7/ Vista, Windows XP, SysLinux-based disks, GRUB4DOS disks, Linux kernel etc.
You may create blank bootable USB flash with minimal set of system files and then manually tune it for your needs, or convert a full-featured bootable CD-ROM or floppy disk tobootableUSB Flash keeping all functionality.
FlashBoot can either format physical disk or write an image file. So you may create customized USB disk manually or with another tool and use FlashBoot to create image out of it and redistribute it in local network or online.
FlashBoot 2.0 is a major step forward towards improvement of the software and satisfying user needs. Its code was rewritten from the ground up since old version 1.4 released in 2006.
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System requirements for FlashBoot 2.x:

BIOS which supports booting from USB devices
Operating system: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, either x86 or x64 edition
256 Mbytes of RAM
30 Mbytes of disk space

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