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1, What's new
+) New write disk image feature, can create bootable USB flash drive from floppy/disk images (*.IMA), bootable CD/DVD images (*.ISO) or files on local harddisk (MS-DOS, WinPE, or isolinux/syslinux based systems)
+) Can create new harddisk image (up to 16GB) and floppy image (up to 2GB) with custom size
+) Supports bootsector of DOS(MSDOS/PCDOS/FREEDOS), Windows NT and syslinux
+) Can freely change floppy/disk image size (F9)
+) Supports Japanese language
+) Supports detecting CD/DVD media capacity from drive
+) Can optimize files above 1GB large
+) Show folder size in ISO image
*) Some minor improvements and bug fixes

2, Download site

http://www.ezbsystems.com/ultraiso/download.htm

3, File information

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Latest version: 9.1.2.2465
File size: 3,449,690 bytes
MD5: 6d5da4d654658980e53bdd017e2c3c11


4, Additional notes
1) About creating new floppy/disk images
- Floppy image size 160KB-2GB, EasyBoot/bcdw compatible
- Harddisk image size 1MB-16GB, memdisk compatible
    - You may choose preset image size (for example 1.44MB, 2.88MB, etc.) or enter custom size (for example 1.88MB, 250MB, 2GB, etc.)
- Can set bootsector for Win9x, WinNT/2000/XP, Vista, MS-DOS 6.22/PCDOS 7.1/FreeDOS or Syslinux

2) About changing size of an IMA (For example 1.44MB->2.88MB converting)
- Open an .IMA file
- Press F9
    - Set new size from preset image size (for example 1.44MB, 2.88MB, etc.) or enter custom size (for example 1.88MB, 250MB, 2GB, etc.)
    - Browse for output image filename
- A new .IMA file will be created with same bootsector and file order

3) About creating bootable USB flash drive
- Can create large bootable USB (16GB for example)
    - USB-HDD is the prefered mode in general, for Award BIOS's please choose USB-FDD, USB-ZIP may ne helpful for Dell computer's

Tips for popular issues:
- BartPE
Open the ISO image created by BartPE (C:\pebuilder3110a\pebuilder.iso for example), choose 'Bootable'->'Write Disk Image' to create a bootable USB stick
- Linux live CD such as Knnopix/Ubuntu/PCLinuxOS/UBCD/EBCD
Download ISO file (KNOPPIX_V5.1.1CD-2007-01-04-EN.iso or pclinuxos-2007.iso for example), open it by UltraISO and choose 'Bootable'->'Write Disk Image'    
- MS-DOS for Win9x
Open a floppy or disk image (.IMA/.IMG/.FLP) and write it to a USB stick
    - Bootable CD's with a floppy/hdd emuation boot image (such as Hiren's Boot CD) can be writen properly as well


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Hi xoben,

Thanks for the update!

I'm wondering if harddisk bootsectors may be written to an image via the commandline?

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I'm wondering if harddisk bootsectors may be written to an image via the commandline?

Sorry, this feature is not available.

PS: You may change bootsector of a floppy/disk image by 'Bootable'->'Load Boot Image File' when it is opened.
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