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Please help with creating bootable usb

By projectfear22 ·
Hey all, so I'm following these instructions http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Create-a-Bootable-USB-Drive-Without-Using-A/?ALLSTEPS and I'm stuck on step 2, when I type in f: it says the device is not ready (might be cause I need to insert a cd inside or might be cause my cd burner (f:) is not working right) either way, reading further trough the instructions I guess I don't even need to use f: because I as I said the cd burner is broken so I couldn't use it to transfer files from it onto my USB (which is h: and not d:).

Does anyone know how I could do the same thing but with using my C: disk? and how to actually locate those files which I need transfered (as C disk is full of other files as well, which I wouldn't need transfered.) If my F: was working, It would simply transfer everything from F: but since it ain't working I have to do it via C: and I figure that I can't just type C: only since the desired files would be in a specific file, or even if they would be directly on "C:" there would still be the problem that those aren't the only files on there

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There are a few tools out there

by markp24 In reply to Please help with creating ...

Hello

I use a tool called YUMI from pendrive linux. I suggest you use another computer (if you have access to one ) and use a tool like YUMI to create a boot disk of your choice (it makes windows, and linux boot disks

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