1. Jayro

    OP Jayro MediCat USB and Malwarebytes Bootable Developer
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    Ok thanks, I'll look into it!

    UPDATE: The link has been fixed! :grog:
     
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    Many thx !!!
     
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    in the compressed file there is no more .img file, only the individual folders and the Isos, how to create the pendrive?
     
  4. Jayro

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    Use Ventoy2Disk to create the flash drive.

    Then format the drive as FAT32.

    Then extract the zip's contents to the root of the drive, and you're all done. :)
     
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    thx, better to update the instruction file.
     
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    Hi Jayro - thank you for these great tools.

    One issue i am having is most of the different ISO's do not recognise the WiFi cards in my machines so i cannot do a definition update. I have tried this on a couple of laptops and desktops and it doesn't work on any?

    Is this normal?
     
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    Yeah, it's normal. The ISOs typically all use old versions of Linux, and the manufacturers don't keep them updated. Sadly, antivirus bootdisks are becoming a thing of the past it seems.
     
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    Understood - thanks for coming back to me
     
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    I'm a noob when it come to this kinda stuff but I have Medicat USB downloaded on a 256gb 3.0 usb flash. I got it working. Basically I was wondering if it's possible to delete my os on my C drive and put a new is copy of windows on my NVME m.2 ssd? Don't judge noob here
     
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    Your C drive isn't your M.2? It should be possible.
     
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