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1, What's New
+) Innovation U+ boot technology (USB-HDD+/USB-ZIP+), can create highly compatible dual mode (USB-HDD and USB-ZIP) bootable USB flash drives
+) Can extract boot sectors from floppy and hard disk drives
+) Can create ISZ images from CD/DVD's via command-line (-copy)
+) New option to shutdown computer when complete of compress operation
+) Supports multiple user account working environment
+) Supports Daemon-Tools Lite/Pro virtual drives (SCSI device only)
*) Fixed a bug with handling volume label of some ISO images
*) Improved bootable linux USB disk creation (knoppix/ubuntu)
*) Some minor improvements and bug fixes

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Update#1 2008-6-6:
1) Improved compatibility of USB-HDD+ boot mode (U+)
2) Fixed a problem with detecting some USB device (Write disk image)
3) Fixed wrong size information bug for deleting folder operation


2, Download site

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

3, File information
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Latest version: 9.2.0.2536
File size: 3,468,520 bytes
MD5: 726d5bfeb6a606562e51754fbf914b73


4, Step by step instructions for creating highly compatible U+ ubuntu LiveUSB drives
1) Start UltraISO 9.2 PE
2) Choose 'File'->'Open' from main menu, a 'Open ISO File' dialogue will appear. Select "ubuntu-8.04-desktop-i386.iso" (download link: http://releases.ubuntu.com/8.04/ubuntu-8.04-desktop-i386.iso ), and click on 'Open' button
3) Choose 'Bootable'->'Write Disk Image' from main menu, a dialogue will appear. Insert your USB flash drive, set 'Write method' as 'USB-HDD+' or 'USB-ZIP+', and click on 'Write' button
4) UltraISO will ask:
"WARNING! ALL DATA ON DRIVE %s WILL BE LOST!
Are you sure you REALY want to continue?"
Click on 'Yes' to continue
5) A bootable USB flash drive will be ready when finished


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Thansk for new version. I have one question, can I creat bootable windows xp usb by ultraiso? like ubuntu

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Thansk for new version. I have one question, can I creat bootable windows xp usb by ultraiso?

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can I creat bootable windows xp usb by ultraiso? like ubuntu

The answer is YES. But more steps are needed:
1) Download and setup Bart PE Builder from http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/
2) Create a bootable ISO from bootable Windows XP CD
3)  Open the ISO image  (C:\pebuilder3110a\pebuilder.iso for example) and write  to a USB flash drive just like ubuntu. (USB-ZIP+ is recommanded for bootable PE USB)

PS: You may also search and download a pre-made BartPE ISO from internet, and write it to a USB flash drive with UltraISO.


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Good Day Dear Xoben,

How can I use UltraISO to make a bootable usb drive from a bootable floppy?
It's actually a Ghost bootable floppy which uses PC DOS.

Thank You Very Much,
Best wishes,

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Install Windows XP from USB Flash Drive, real?
P.S. Sorry for English, Russian User.


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How can I use UltraISO to make a bootable usb drive from a bootable floppy?
It's actually a Ghost bootable floppy which uses PC DOS.

1) Choose 'Bootable'->'Make Floppy image' to get an .IMA file
2) Open the .IMA file
3) Choose 'Bootable'->'Write Disk Image' to create a bootable USB disk

Note: PC DOS may not work properly on some computers, it is highly recommanded to use DOS 98 (MS-DOS 7.1).
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Install Windows XP from USB Flash Drive, real?

Yes. It works this way:
1) Create a bootable USB WinPE, copy ISO image of Windows XP setup CD to the USB disk
2) Boot from USB WinPE, mount  XP ISO to a virtual drive (such as ISODrive of UltraISO) and setup Windows XP from there


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How can I use UltraISO to make a bootable usb drive from a bootable floppy?
It's actually a Ghost bootable floppy which uses PC DOS.

1) Choose 'Bootable'->'Make Floppy image' to get an .IMA file
2) Open the .IMA file
3) Choose 'Bootable'->'Write Disk Image' to create a bootable USB disk

Note: PC DOS may not work properly on some computers, it is highly recommanded to use DOS 98 (MS-DOS 7.1).

Greetings & Salutations Dear Xoben.

Thank You Very VERY Much,  

Best wishes,

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can I creat bootable windows xp usb by ultraiso? like ubuntu

The answer is YES. But more steps are needed:
1) Download and setup Bart PE Builder from http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/
2) Create a bootable ISO from bootable Windows XP CD
3)  Open the ISO image  (C:\pebuilder3110a\pebuilder.iso for example) and write  to a USB flash drive just like ubuntu. (USB-ZIP+ is recommanded for bootable PE USB)

PS: You may also search and download a pre-made BartPE ISO from internet, and write it to a USB flash drive with UltraISO.

I don't full understand, why I need PE Builder? and how it works?
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