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Make External USB Storage Devices Bootable

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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit), 8 (32 and 64 bit), 8.1 (32 and 64 bit) and Windows 10 (32 and 64 bit)
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FlashBoot facilitates installation of fully-functional Windows 10, 8.1 or 8 to a USB thumbdrive. Now you can literally boot Windows from a USB and carry your OS, apps, documents, games and browsers wherever you go!

USB storage devices are extremely useful, but they would be so much more useful if they did more than just store your data. Imagine being able to install an entire operating system of your choice onto a USB device, then boot from that device on any machine. Now imagine that dream coming true, and you have FlashBoot -- the subject of today's discounted software promotion!

FlashBoot gives you the power to make USB storage devices bootable, with the ability to install a variety of Windows and Linux operating systems to thumb drives and external hard disks. Using FlashBoot makes quick work out of installing operating systems on the growing number of netbooks and other portable devices that lack the ability to read optical media. You can even use FlashBoot to convert bootable CD-ROMs to USB devices.

Think about it -- just by using FlashBoot, you'll immediately gain increased storage capacity, plus added physical protection that fragile optical discs just don't offer. Plus, you'll always have a quick and easy way to boot your work or home machine, even if you don't have access to a working optical drive! Best of all, FlashBoot works with all major brands of USB flash and external drives!

Unlike other tools, FlashBoot formats USB thumbdrives in such way that they are bootable regardless of BIOS settings (you don't need to enter BIOS setup to switch between USB-HDD or USB-ZIP boot mode if you use FlashBoot). During formatting of USB mass storage device, FlashBoot detects worn-out flash memory cells which silently fail to remember written data.

Since last promotion on BitsDuJour, FlashBoot has gained support for UEFI platform, retaining all previously existing features, so it's a powerful tool compatible with both modern and older computers.

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Jaydeem Will this software work with an SSD drive? Thank you,
Oct 2 2013 at 10:14pm Copy Link
Mark Johnson In Derek Lee's sales ad above:
"Think about it -- just by using FlashBoot, you'll immediately gain increased storage capacity over floppy disks"

Computer motherboards don't even support floppy disks anymore, and haven't for several years. Dell and most other manufacturers stopped putting them in computers in 2003. A lot of computer users of today have never used a floppy disk.

I don't know how old this "Check it out folks" is, but perhaps it is time to update it?
Nov 19 2014 at 5:38am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson @ Mark

Good catch, I've updated the copy appropriately :)
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 19 2014 at 9:31am Copy Link
Gregg Holbert Does FlashBoot support the same hardware as Emergency Boot CD (EBCD)? I bought EBCD without testing the trial version first (good advice that I should have followed). When I needed it - EBCD would not boot my machine. I think it is a GPT instead of MBR partition table issue. Will Flashboot create a GPT partition if needed?
Dec 30 2014 at 12:36pm Copy Link
Pete C Any reason why Malwarebyte doesn't like this? Bought the paid for version yesterday but it deletes the executable as soon as I try and install
Jul 23 2016 at 10:41am Copy Link
Mikhail Kupchik @Pete Carley:

Looks like Malwarebytes reports false positive. Other 52 antivirus solutions indicate that FlashBoot is clean.

So, this is to be reported to Malwarebytes support team.

Also you may install FlashBoot in isolated environment like Oracle VirtualBox and see yourself that it does not install toolbars and malware droppers, does not change browser homepage etc.
PrimeExpert Software - Jul 23 2016 at 10:58am Copy Link

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