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Hello, I am working on a new project, which is a disk formatter which allows you to completely erase MBR partitions, and which also allows you to create a bootable disk, in short a complete tool for writing an image on a disk whose the user will not have to install other software to make a bootable disk which will be very interesting for its publication. I could not put a download link for this tool because there are too many bugs for normal use. I look forward to your feedback on this project and the proposed names. Join the team: https://discord.gg/pndm5Ra Bye. Alan Kub
ExFormatter is a drive formatter that allows you to do a complete and fast formatting, with advanced formatting tools. Features: The selectable file system : FAT32 - NTFS - exFAT - reFS - UDF CD selection, removables devices Quick format Formatting partitions Event Logs Allocation unit size selection Download : https://sourceforge.net/projects/exformatter/
FasterImageFlasher Ultimate has been completely redesigned to be the most economical, simple, lightweight and fast. This software allows you to perform operations such as flashing an image (.IMG -.ISO), formatting a disk, making a disk backup, telling if the disk is ready for use, showing the details of the selected disk... Thank you to the administrators of nsane.forums! Homepage: https://sourceforge.net/projects/fasterimageflasher-ultimate/ Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/fasterimageflasher-ultimate/files/latest/download
[Tutorial] How to create a bootable USB flash drive in fat32 format if the install.wim file exceeds 4 GB ?
haris_sane69 posted a topic in Software ChatHello everyone, As you guys already know that it is not possible to create a bootable USB flash drive in FAT32 format if the install.wim on the ISO exceeds 4 GB in size, which means the only File System available is NTFS and if this is used, the Bootable USB will not pass Secure Boot. 1) To get around this we need to make a non-Bootable FAT32 formatted USB Flash Drive using Rufus. Make sure the options are as follows in Rufus: Boot selection : Non bootable ; Partition scheme : GPT ; Target system : BIOS or UEFI ; Volume label : Window