BootDisk2BootStick 0.10 for Windows

by BooDaaLabs

Avg. Rating 2.3 (6 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.1 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,915
Publisher BooDaaLabs
Homepage BootDisk2BootStick

Publisher's Description

BootDisk2BootStick is a very small utility to make an image of your startup disk or clone it to a flash drive. It will format the USB stick to roughly the size of a floppy disk. You can format to restore the flashdrive size.

Latest Reviews

toasale

toasale reviewed v0.10 on Apr 5, 2007

NOT!

Christian.Faltermeier@web.de

Christian.Faltermeier@web.de reviewed v0.10 on Apr 5, 2007

Can Create a Linux BootStick
Can use a old MS-DOS 6.22 BootDisk
Can crate a NetworkBootstick -> www.netbootdisk.com
Can used for Mainboard Bios Updates without Floppy-Drive
Is a very small tool
Works with WinXP/WinXP x64/Vista 32bit,Vista 64bit
Is easy to Use
Can creat Backup Images

This tool is not comparable with BartPE or HP

Not for use to Build Bootable BartPE Stick

dizzy_davidh

dizzy_davidh reviewed v0.10 on Apr 4, 2007

One question...Why?

I find it hard to understand why someone would spend time and effort in creating such an app when there are far superior apps that do the same which are also free.

I could understand if it was a case of 'My First Application' and the author wanted to show off a bit why waste anyone's time in pretending that the app is any good.

Why limit the memory stick's size to that of a floppy?

HP produce a tool that does exactly the same which is available to download which you just simply run, point to the location of your bootable files (DOS or other) and it then makes your memory stick bootable and and uses the entire space available. You can then modify the files and OS being booted from the device as much as you like.

I don't even think this app warrants being listed on BetaNews!

Update: It needs .net2 ?!?!?!?!?!?!?
What a complete load of rubbish

If I could give it a negative score I would.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v0.10 on Apr 4, 2007

Waste. There are utilities that will allow you to format the USB drive to its full capacity AND make it bootable. This allow you to boot to it and still use the space available on it. I've turned one into a BartPE bootable USB, which only used about about 455 megs, and the remaining space is used for other storage and utilites. Avoid this one.

Avg. Rating 2.3 (6 votes)
Your Rating
toasale

toasale reviewed v0.10 on Apr 5, 2007

NOT!

Christian.Faltermeier@web.de

Christian.Faltermeier@web.de reviewed v0.10 on Apr 5, 2007

Can Create a Linux BootStick
Can use a old MS-DOS 6.22 BootDisk
Can crate a NetworkBootstick -> www.netbootdisk.com
Can used for Mainboard Bios Updates without Floppy-Drive
Is a very small tool
Works with WinXP/WinXP x64/Vista 32bit,Vista 64bit
Is easy to Use
Can creat Backup Images

This tool is not comparable with BartPE or HP

Not for use to Build Bootable BartPE Stick

dizzy_davidh

dizzy_davidh reviewed v0.10 on Apr 4, 2007

One question...Why?

I find it hard to understand why someone would spend time and effort in creating such an app when there are far superior apps that do the same which are also free.

I could understand if it was a case of 'My First Application' and the author wanted to show off a bit why waste anyone's time in pretending that the app is any good.

Why limit the memory stick's size to that of a floppy?

HP produce a tool that does exactly the same which is available to download which you just simply run, point to the location of your bootable files (DOS or other) and it then makes your memory stick bootable and and uses the entire space available. You can then modify the files and OS being booted from the device as much as you like.

I don't even think this app warrants being listed on BetaNews!

Update: It needs .net2 ?!?!?!?!?!?!?
What a complete load of rubbish

If I could give it a negative score I would.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v0.10 on Apr 4, 2007

Waste. There are utilities that will allow you to format the USB drive to its full capacity AND make it bootable. This allow you to boot to it and still use the space available on it. I've turned one into a BartPE bootable USB, which only used about about 455 megs, and the remaining space is used for other storage and utilites. Avoid this one.

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