I would like to create a live cd without any outside software. I want to “burn” an iso to a USB stick and create a live USB somehow. I am using Windows – is this possible?
ok thanks il just install fedora then.
you can make a usb istallation disk for windows 7 without extra software by following the instructions on this make use of article http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/usb-installation-disk-windows-7-extra-software/ You’ll need:
A working Windows 7 system with a DVD drive and administrator rights.
A Windows 7 installation DVD.
4GB USB drive or larger.
'without additional software' is somewhere no possible
use Fedora or similar software to turn your thumbdrive into a bootable device. point to be noted: the drive will be formatted before creating the bootable usb drive, so; remember to backup your files
were can i try to answer questions for points as well as help people
can you not make some free software books like gimp paint.net ect
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does not requires any outside (non-Microsoft) software
NO its not. you have to use some third party software.
Sorry Julien, it is pretty not possible at the moment to do so without using an additional application.
Why not use a portable software for the same? As listed by Kannon, there are various reputed apps out there.
So I would say, better use them right now!
I hope this would help! :)
Try using Flashnul or ImageWriter, while both are separate programs, they are standalone *.exe files and do not require installation.
The first one, flashnul, evan operates via a command prompt window.
You can use the portable version of LinuxLive, but it sounds as if you are using a locked computer (such as at a public library or the office).
Using LiLi USB Creator may require that you download a very large file - oftentimes locked computers might place restrictions on large downloads.