How to create a bootable UFD

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Start the ESRBOOT utility and follow a few simple steps to create a bootable UFD:


Accept the ElcomSoft end user license agreement

Enter your license key

Select an option for creating bootable USB drive

Attach the removable device you would like to format as a bootable disk (warning: all data on this disk will be deleted!)

Select the disk from the Destination drive drop-down box. It is recommended to have an option Show compatible devices only enabled; you may wish to switch it off only if ESRBOOT does not show your removable disk while you're sure you can boot from it.

The program verifies that the given disk can be configured to boot ESR; creates a special partition; creates a logical drive; formats the drive; makes this drive bootable; copies the ESR files (Windows PE and the ESR itself):