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I googled a lot throughout..but unable to find a software for making bootable usb pendrive of ubuntu 12.04.3. All the programs available right now supports ubuntu 12.04.2 . What to do???

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marked as duplicate by Radu Rădeanu, bodhi.zazen, Mitch, psusi, Eliah Kagan Sep 4 '13 at 4:55

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You can use universal usb installer. This is already discussed in ubuntu site.

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i downloaded it but it did not supports 12.04.3 version ... – Raghav Mittal Sep 3 '13 at 15:59
you can select the 12.04 itself. 12.04.3 comes under it. And if that doesnt work , there always an option for unlisted linux iso at the very end of the list. That will surely work. – Rohit Agarwal Sep 3 '13 at 16:12

I've also had success with UNetbootin.

Here's a link to its homepage:

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thanx curois... – Raghav Mittal Sep 3 '13 at 16:58

Here is the your solution

If that still doesn't work then:

  • If you have any previous Ubuntu CD/DVD boot from that and chose Try Ubuntu ( or refer your any friends who have Ubuntu Installed)
  • Use Startup Disk Creator(best S/W to make bootable pen drives for Ubuntu)
  • That's all.
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