How to make a bootable operating system image on USB

If you have an operating system in the form of an .ISO file you may now want to burn it to a USB to run it as a live operating system or even to install it on a computer. This is very easily accomplished today with UNetbootin


Just download and install it (Mac, Windows, Linux) and you can burn your .ISO disk image (or .IMG, etc) to your desired media. This is my preferred method for users who feel like they have need a quick way to set up a USB installer for their operating systems.





2 responses to “How to make a bootable operating system image on USB”

  1. […] along with providing you options for many languages. You may now use this for Virtual Machines, burning it to a USB or DVD for installation and also for archival purposes so you do not need to run around looking for […]

  2. […] media has always been finicky over the years and even with things such as UNetbootin, windows is a bit finickier and often needs some specific steps to getting it to boot […]

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