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Titel: Bootable USB Without CD?
Bericht door: kevinmanuel op 27 maart 2018, 15:33:57

I've noticed that every tutorial on how to make a bootable usb goes as such:
1. Format the USB
2. Use either a program/cmd to copy the files from a CD-ROM over to the USB
Is there a way to skip the CD part, for instance, mounting an ISO file through software such as Daemon Tools as a "virual" CD? An issue that I've run into has been that by not burning the ISO to a CD first, the "bootmgr" is missing and cannot be run by a machine's BIOS.
Any ideas?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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