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Create Bootable Windows or Linux USB with RMPrepUSB

Nov 26, 2011, 18:00 (2 Talkback[s])

"Advanced users can set specific parameters for the drive if necessary. New and inexperienced users can easily use this application as well. Unlike other similar applications RMPrepUSB has additional features that stand out. There are options for USB formatting in several file systems such as FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS formats. You are able to run a USB speed test, size/speed test, install Grub4dos, SYSLINUX, and even create AXT2 FS on any USB drive. This is much more convenient than creating bootable disks on CD or DVD, as pen drives are much easier to keep track of and less prone to damage.

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