Victor Chew wrote:
How do you find RMPartUSB?
I never tried it myself (doesn't work on Linux), but it is one of the recommended tools for formatting an USB stick on the boot-land forums.
Other formatting tools that aim to make the best bootable USB sticks:http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?showforum=95
fbinst can do the most (command line). For example, it can make a stick bootable on BIOSes that start reading the "MBR" of the stick not from the first sector:
193 is not the number of sectors per track, it's the number of boot sectors. Some bios skip the first few sectors. I make multiple copies of mbr so that it can boot from either one of them. Using this option won't cause regression on normal system.
It would also be great if ubcd2usb.cmd doesn't automatically formats your drive. Once a drive is partitioned correctly, there is no need to format it again, when you want to update UBCD.
For example, I have UBCD installed on a logial partition on a drive which has much other data (which I don't want to loose), so formatting the whole drive wouldn't do anything good.
Download Ultimate Boot CD v5.0
Use Parted Magic
for handling all partitioning task: http://partedmagic.com/