Use Windows 7/XP ISO File or DVD to Create Bootable Install USB Drive

Regardless of whether you want to install Windows 7 / Windows XP on a machine without CD/DVD rom drive such as a netbook or you want to enjoy the benefit of the faster performance of USB pen disk, Koala, a portable and handy freeware, is designed for you.

Build bootable USB drive for Windows 7 & XP

To use Koala, just download and expand the zip archive, then launch the application, now insert your USB drive and Windows installation DVD( or mount your Windows ISO file as a virtual optical drive ), and press scan for source and destination respectively, Koala will detect and display your source and target device quickly, it can even show the detail information of them to you such as model, label, size, description, manufacturer, device id, serial number, interface, unique id, firmware revision, sectors, bytes per sector. When all devices are ready, hit the start button and wait till it complete the burning procedure.

Koala also allows to save a log fie / shutdown or restart computer / show the safe remove hardware window / eject the source disc from optical drive when the whole process is done.

Koala works on Windows 7( 32 bit & 64 bit ), Windows XP, Windows 2000 / 2003 / 2008 / Vista / Vista64.

You might also check out this post: 3 freeware to make bootable USB drive from Windows XP / 7 setup or BartPE iso file.

Koala is a 260KB download available from freemodding and chip.eu.


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