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  • How to Create a Bootable USB Drive Without Using Any Software

    @MattT96There area a couple reasons for this. but ill answer your questions first. Yes there are file limitations with FAT. IMHO id prefer all drives be exfat but there are its own limitations with that. in this particular instance there are rarely individual files "with-in" the .iso file over 4gb so you dont run into these size limitations.so you notice i said "with-in" the .iso. This is because you cannot make the .iso itself bootable. what you do is make a bootable drive, and then unpack the .iso to the drive. So if you downloaded an ISO and need to make a drive, you can use most image burning software and burn the iso to a disk. if you want to use a Thumb-drive what you would have to do is follow the instructions in this instructable, and then moun...see more »@MattT96There area a couple reasons for this. but ill answer your questions first. Yes there are file limitations with FAT. IMHO id prefer all drives be exfat but there are its own limitations with that. in this particular instance there are rarely individual files "with-in" the .iso file over 4gb so you dont run into these size limitations.so you notice i said "with-in" the .iso. This is because you cannot make the .iso itself bootable. what you do is make a bootable drive, and then unpack the .iso to the drive. So if you downloaded an ISO and need to make a drive, you can use most image burning software and burn the iso to a disk. if you want to use a Thumb-drive what you would have to do is follow the instructions in this instructable, and then mount the ISO to your computer using a program like ISO-Mount or Virtual drive. once mounted copy the contents of the iso over to the bootable thumb-drive you just made.hope that clears it up man.

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