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Make Bootable USB Drive With Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool

Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool is a tiny utility that lets you easily make a bootable USB drive with few clicks. A bootable USB drive is useful if you want to boot from devices other then the default hard disk. For example, you can use it to troubleshoot a virus infected PC or can be used to cure other critical computer related issues.

Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool is very simple to use. Download and extract it. It includes USB boot files and an executable file. Just run the exe file, insert a pendrive, format it and choose the option ‘Create Bootable Drive’. Then browse the boot files (MS- Dos or Free-Dos) and click ‘Start’ button to create a bootable USB drive.

Moreover, the utility can also perform a quick format and allows changing the name of your USB drive. Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool can be downloaded at here


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