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Making Ultimate Boot USB Drive

Posted: Wed Nov 11, 2009 5:03 am
by OzyWizard19

I was looking around last night for a way to put UBCD onto a USB Memory Stick, After reading the forum. I found that getting ubcd50b12.iso was the best suggestion.

Well it was late and the new iso was downloading so I got board and decided to try something silly. :idea: :lol:

So out came liveusb-creator from Fedora and point it at ubcd411.iso, then make my Imation 4Gig.
And hey presto UBCD on a stick. :shock: :D

Just wondering am I the only one who finds this to easy?
All the programs load and seem to work on my EeePC.

Posted: Wed Nov 11, 2009 11:08 am
by Icecube
You just need to install Syslinux on a USB stick and copy all files inside the iso to your USB drive. That is all that needs to be done.
Be sure that you install the same Syslinux version than that of the *.c32 files (in /boot/syslinux).
You can find the right version for UBCD in /ubcd/tools/linux/ubcd2usb/syslinux.

BTW, UBCD50RC1 is out.

Posted: Sat Dec 05, 2009 1:08 am
by kercool
have had same trouble like this that took me a while to figure out since there were no easy to find guide on how to deal with USB & UBCD.

but its simple to install it to a USB, simply look for the UBCD2USB directory and double click the .BAT file and follow instructions after that.

Posted: Sun May 30, 2010 8:34 am
by s69
see here for booting from the iso from a USB stick.