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I have an Acronis bootable media that I created having ext. as iso, I'd like to burn it to USB since I have no CD/DVD ROM. How/What to do?

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Hi there;

I have an Acronis bootable media that I created having ext. as iso, I'd like to burn it to USB stick since I have no CD/DVD ROM. How/What to do?

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Does unetbootin have Acronis section?

Because in the "Other Distributions Using UNetbootin" section, 3rd party isos seems to be supported for the version of linux unetbootin.

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The solution I find is below:

http://kb.acronis.com/sites/default/files/content/2006/3/1526/flash-syslinux.html
http://kb.acronis.com/sites/default/files/content/2006/3/1526/flashVista72008c.html

I applied the syslinux one which works like a charm.
Thank you for your interest nobus. You ignite me to search for it, moreover the links you provide helps me to understand the underlying concepts. I have 3 USBs having Acronis Bootable, Windows
XP SP3, Windows 7.

Thank you.

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Hi moderators/admins;

I want to award nobus' comment as ID: 33435544 with all the points but the system doesn't let me do it. I have another case like this in my another question.

My comment having id: ID: 33438799 is the accepted answer since it's directly from acronis kb and i applied it with success.

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tx for the feedback !
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my pleasure nobus :)
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