As the title says--I recently acquired a USB 3 stick that I'll mostly be using for moving ISOs/images around between computers. With the increased transfer rate of USB3, can I deviate from my habitual ...
I use dd to copy an iso to a USB drive. I have a SSD so it reads it very fast however I have a USB 2.0 drive, which is at most 480 Mbps but it says it copied with 404 MB/s, which is impossible. I need ...
Not sure if this is the correct place to ask this, but I assumed as it's pertaining to the dd command it would be. Normally to do this I'd use the Windows application Universal USB Installer but per ...
I have a once-a-year project that I work on around this time every year, which consists of a set of HTML and CSS files (kind of like a saved copy of a website) that get distributed on professionally ...
A few days ago I was delighted to find out that it's not all that difficult to write an iso image to a USB without the help of a third-party program explicitly designed to do so. But the command (or ...
Recently I wanted to create a bootable USB of Linux mint. I found that there was a lot of conflicting advice/experience about whether the 'dd' command could be used to create a bootable USB. I decided ...
Okay I'm trying to create a BOOTABLE Windows7 image on a USB key from a Mac running Lion. My image is .iso format. I tried: sudo dd if=/Users/myusername/Win7.iso of=/dev/disk1 bs=1m And this ...