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I have a bootable CD image that I would like to transfer to a USB stick, so that I can boot from it. The Startup-Disk creator doesn't support it. How can I make a bootable USB disk from it? The ISO is quite old so that might be a problem.

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marked as duplicate by LiveWireBT, Alvar, mikewhatever, Eric Carvalho, don.joey Dec 27 '13 at 9:18

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You can use UNetbootin Install unetbootin.

  1. Select Diskimage and browse to the ISO files location.

  2. Make sure that the right USB drive is selected and then hit OK.

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This will create a bootable USB drive off the provided image.

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