Make USB Bootable from Windows

How to Make Linux Boot from a USB Flash Drive using Windows

Make an exFAT Bootable USB Flash Drive

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How to Make an exFAT Bootable USB flash drive. First we will format the USB with multiple partitions. Install Grub2, and then boot. This method works for both Legacy BIOS and EFI booting. UEFI boot requires the creation of a Fat/Fat32 partition, which is covered in this segment.

Install GRUB2 on USB from Windows

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How to Install Grub2 on USB from Windows. The following covers the process of installing Grub2 on a USB Flash Drive from within Windows. We will be using the grub-install.exe that ships with the grub-for-windows zip file. Upon completion of these bootloader instructions, your USB flash drive should be Grub2 bootable from UEFI or BIOS …

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Put Kubuntu on a USB from Windows

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Put Kubuntu on a USB Flash Drive using Windows: Kubuntu is a fork of Ubuntu, offered by Canonical Ltd. It utilizes a KDE desktop environment. KDE is often preferred over Gnome for its visual appearance and Windows familiar functionality. Once finished, your Flash Drive will act as a Live Bootable USB, that could be used …

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Install Feather Linux to a Flash Drive from Windows

The following walk-through illustrates how to install, boot, and run Feather Linux from a USB flash drive using the Universal USB Installer. Feather is yet another very small (under 128MB) clean and simple Knoppix Linux remix (based on Debian). This simple Linux distribution is relatively straight forward and super easy to use.