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How to make Linux bootable USB drive?

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WinArchiver Pro can make Linux bootable USB drive from ISO file, you can then use the USB drive to boot the computer, and setup Linux from USB drive. All popular Linux distributions are supported, such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, and etc. This function is only available in WinArchiver Pro full version. You need order WinArchiver Pro full version to use the feature. Please follow the steps to create bootable USB drive for Linux.

1. Start WinArchiver Pro.

2. Choose the menu item, "Tools --> Create bootable USB drive...". The "boot usb drive maker" dialog will display. 

You may also need confirm UAC dialog to continue.

3. Click "Browse" button to select the Linux ISO file as source image file.

4. Select the USB drive from the drive list. All data in the USB drive will be deleted when making the USB drive bootable. Please make sure that you select the correct USB drive.

5. Change other settings if needed. If you are not sure, please just keep the settings unchanged.

6. Click "Start" button to start creating bootable USB drive.

7. WinArchiver Pro will display a warning dialog which prompts you that all data in the USB drive will be erased. Please confirm again that you have selected the correct USB drive and click "OK" to continue.

8. WinArchiver Pro will start creating bootable USB drive for Linux. Depending on the Linux ISO file size and the USB drive speed, it may take several minutes to finish the process.

9. WinArchiver Pro will show a message box "Writing USB drive completed successfully." if there is no error occurred during the above process. 

10. You have now created bootable USB drive for Linux. You need reboot your computer and configure BIOS settings to boot from USB drive. The Linux setup file should load after you save the BIOS settings and restart your computer.





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