The ISO image file is a widely accepted image of the DVD/CD disc which can accommodate all the matter on the disc. The process to burn the ISO files into the USB flash disk is a child’s play and one can move around with it for its compatible size. The program’s directions are easy to follow, you need to choose the ISO file that you wish to burn and select the USB drive, then click on the “Burn” tab.
A USB disk that comprises all the ISO data will be formed. It is uncomplicated and simple to exercise.
The software presently supports Windows bootable disk, it can function with both the NTLDR & the BOOTMGR boot mode, and it is capable to make USB disk with ExFAT, FAT, FAT32 and even the NTFS file system. (While creating a bootable USB disk, it is advised to select the FAT32 file system.)
The program has been tested with WINXP PE, WINXP & Win 7 PE for its compatibility with the ISO images. Its works smoothly, the created USB disk boots the computers easily. However a few machines can boot Win7 but cannot boot WinXP, in such instance the machines displays “NTLDR is missing”, this issue has no precise resolution presently.