BOOT LINUX FROM USB/Memory stick/pen drive.
Now days CDs are getting outdated and every one of us use pen drives for data storage and all other thing then why not use Pen drives for booting purpose. It has its own benefits like Data in CDs can be lost due to excess use but Pen drives store data for more days.
If you want to boot operating system from your pen drive then follow this tutorial
You have to download Boot usb YUMI-0.0.8.3 in order to follow this post DOWNLOAD YUMI-0.0.8.3
After downloading YUMI-0.0.8.3 open it and you will see license agreement screen like this
If you want to read the agreement the go through it and then click on I Agree button
Now you will see the Drive Selection and Distro Options Page like this
Here you can choose your Pen drive, and a Distro, ISO/ZIP file and also Additional Distribution can be added each time this tool is run
Now select the driver letter of the usb drive you want to be bootable
Then Select the distribution which you want to be installed from the list .
Then Browse for the selected Distribution and if dont have any distribution the Check the check box named Download the ISO and click on CREATE button It will do all the things till then you can have a cup of coffee.
Now put the pen drive in the USB post and reboot your system and inter the BIOS settings make sure that you can boot from USB by enabling the boot from USB Option save the setting and you are done.
REMOVE THE INSTALLED OPERATING SYSTEM FROM PEN DRIVE
Follow the step 1
Then check the check box named Remove the Installed Item and choose the drive name and distribution name from list and then click on Remove button.
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