Download [EXCLUSIVE] RMPrepUSB Zip
Just like the Windows USB/DVD tool, UNetBootin is designed to create bootable drives but only for Linux. The good thing about UNetBootin is you can either create a bootable media using an ISO file or you can download the Linux distribution within. When creating bootable media for Ubuntu distribution, you can set aside some space to preserve files across reboots. This feature is especially useful when you want to install software on live bootable drives.
Download RMPrepUSB zip
Download the image from the FIRST FRC Driver Station System Image Portal. There are several computer images available, one for each model. On the download site, select the option that matches your computer by clicking the button below the image. Due to the limited size of the hard drive in the E09, it is supported with a DS/Utilities image only and does not have the IDEs for LabVIEW or C++/Java installed. All other images have the LabVIEW base installation already present.
An issue with the downloaded image may also cause an error when imaging. Press any key to return to the main menu and select #4 to safely shutdown the Classmate. Staring with Download the Classmate Image create a new copy of the imaging stick.
The four methods described below are all popular ways to create Windows 10 bootable USB stick on a Mac, but they differ in that they require various levels of technical expertise. Only one of these methods can be executed by novice users. Let's take a look at all three, and make sure you have a USB drive with enough space to hold a Windows disk image for the particular version you require. You will also need to download the appropriate Windows ISO file, which you can get from Microsoft's site.
[Notice]: The recent download of Windows 10 ISO from Microsoft is 5.8GB. And the install.wim file is bigger than 4GB. You will see a driver missing error during installation process. Fortunately, we solved this bug in latest version. Please download it from our website. The only difference is that an additional step is added to the end of burning process as the below screenshot shots. And this is only visible for large Windows 10 ISO image.
Step 1: The first step is to download the RMPrepUSB zip file, extract the .exe file and run it to install the software on your Windows PC. Then launch the application and follow the instructions provided below.
WARNING: If using a large USB hard disk, use this method: -an-easy2boot-usb-drive/make-and-e2b-usb-drive-using-rmprepusb/ instead and make sure that E2B is in the first partition and it is below 137GB in size. This is because many BIOSes have problems accessing USB sectors beyond 137GB!
However, in various cases, when the information contained or the data in a Zip file is corrupted or damaged, you may not be able to extract all the files completely and accurately. The damaged or corrupted data may affect the whole Zip file, a member file, or many member files of the folder. There can be various possibilities for the damage of data, from which the most usual being the transfer error while downloading the Zip files from internet sources. Some possible causes include the exposure of media to high temperatures, magnetic fields, electric fields, or mechanical problems arising with disk drivers.
Recently, one of the visitors of my blog had raised an issue about installing Windows XP using USB thumb drive. The issue is he only has Windows XP ISO image and cannot extract it into bootable USB thumb drive. I ask him to use the freeware named UNetbootin, but he claim it is ineffective and I agree with what he said after perform an investigation. After spent many hours and days to find the solution for his problem, finally I had discovered the method how to install Windows XP into computer system by directly using Windows XP ISO image file. In other means, you do not need to extract the ISO image file into bootable USB thumb drive using a freeware that you may need to download from Internet. So far, I did not find the freeware that can extract Windows XP ISO image file into USB thumb drive and make it bootable. IN THIS ARTICLE WE WILL LEARN HOW TO INSTALL WINDOWS XP DIRECTLY USING ISO IMAGE FILE. This article will be divided into TWO PARTS as follow
Salam Dian...sorry for my lateness due to my busy work...Actually the content of the folder XPPWD is come from the zip file name XP7PWD.zip which you downloaded at step 6 under WHAT YOU NEED section.Actually this is just my recommendation to create the folder XPPWD. Then after you create it, what you need to do is to unzipped the content of zipped file XP7PWD.zip into the folder XPPWD.What I mean about my statement above is you should not copy the folder XPPWD into the folder C:\WinXP. What you need to copy only its contents which come from the zipped file XP7PWD.zip that you unzipped.
You will also need to choose a distribution. Available distributions are shown here; you will need the Raspberry Pi bootloader to launch your distribution, so you need one for the Raspberry Pi and cannot download a PC based distribution and use that. Note that you can have several SD Cards with a separate distribution on each, then power off, swap cards and restart the Raspberry Pi to use that card.
Note: It is highly recommended that you start with the latest official NOOBS installer: check the Raspberry Pi official website ( ) for the current version. This makes the process of installing an operating system as easy as copying a few files in a zip archive to your SD card. This contains the reccomended Raspbian distribution, as well as various other distributions, all of which are available as individual images from the downloads page, if you prefer not to use NOOBS.
You will also need to choose and download a distribution (mentioned above), or use NOOBS, which has all the . Check the Distributions list to make sure that you are getting a distribution that will work with the Raspberry Pi. Note that the distribution must be written to the card using the methods below; the standard file copy method will not work
Recently, the Raspberry Pi Foundation have released a really easy way to set up your SD Card. It's called the New Out Of Box Software (or NOOBS for short) and provides a really easy way to install Raspberry Pi distributions. Be warned, however, that it is a 1 GB download - if you have a limit on what you are allowed to download, follow the instructions below, as the other images are around 500 MB.
Download the installer program from Fedora ARM Installer. This will download and install the Raspberry Pi Fedora Remix images, but it will also install other images if they are already downloaded and in uncompressed or .gz format. This also works with Linux.
Etcher is a cross-platform disk image flasher (Win/Mac/Linux), that prevents you from overwriting your system disk by accident, verifies the written SD card image, and can also flash directly from compressed formats such as ".zip", ".gz", ".bz2", ".xz". Download the operating system package from the raspberrypi.org downloads page or from a mirror or torrent. Insert an SD card into your computer. Starting Etcher, select the operating system package you've got. Etcher tries to auto-select your SD card drive. If you have multiple drives that can be written to, choose manually the one that corresponds to your SD card. Start flashing after entering the sudo password. The image written to your card will be verified afterwards.
If your Raspberry Pi is connected to the Internet, you can use the BerryBoot installer to let it download and install the operating system. This requires that you first use a normal Windows/Mac/Linux computer to download a small .zip file with the Berryboot system files and extract it to an empty SD card. Then you put the SD card in your Raspberry Pi, and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the installation. An additional advantage is that Berryboot allows you to install more than one operating system on a single SD card. Also, it is not necessary to install any additional software on your normal Windows/Mac/Linux computer.
To write your SD card you start by downloading the SD image (the data you will write to the card). The best way to do this is using BitTorrent. This generally results in a faster download as it is a highly distributed system (you will be downloading the data from users who have previously downloaded it).
I have followed all the steps (had to find and download some of the files from other sources). Am using windows 7 and when I try to install Windows 7 (64) although the external drive is shown as an option, when I choose it I am informed that:
Guys, it works great and very effectively. I have installed Windows 7 in my new 500 GB External HDD and its going very smoothly. Even the the links here given are working and easy to download, thanks to person whoever have made this page, Thanks alot :) 041b061a72