Since it is a light weight software it does not consume more than 44 MB of your disk space on your computer However we need to check whether it does work on your system well? It allows you to write boot images onto an SD flash device or a USB drive.
This makes it so that you can easily create a bootable drive if you need to. Most of the time it will work in each and every machine until and unless your PC is a special case. The developers of this software crafted this software so compact that and very simple UI + Easy to use interface that you want feel any hustle while using this software and you will able to easily write an ISO image no any flash drive!
|System||Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10|
|Minimum RAM||512 MB|
|Minimum Space Required||100 MB|
Frequently Asked Questions
Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Ubuntu
The Win32 Disk Imager works by utilizing the Windows operating system in the raw reading and writing (flashing) of image files to removable drives. This makes the program work quickly and easily as it takes advantage of the intuitive nature of the user interface found in Windows operating systems. Simply run it with administrator privileges to avoid most issues with this application. The latest version currently available on Sourceforge.net is written for Windows 7 and up, but it is also expected to work on other versions of Windows operating systems.
You are sometimes given a disk image that needs to be written to a USB thumbdrive or a SD card. This is typically used to create something that you can use to boot a device. The image file typically has the .img file extension, though its not necessary and does not matter. With this program you can write a Raw image in USB Drive!
To install Win32 Disk Imager on Windows OS follow these steps
If you want to write a Raw disk image file to USB Drive or such compact device then this kind of software are required !
Some USB flash drives have a write-protection switch on the side or bottom. The write-protection switch is useful for keeping the contents of your drive safe from malware when you need to view them on a public computer. If your device has this switch, move it to the “Lock” position. So to do such task you can use software application like rufus or win32 disk imager.
Any modern USB stick emulates a USB hard drive (USB-HDD). At boot time, the BIOS can be configured to check the USB stick to see if it has been marked as bootable with a valid boot sector. If so, it will boot just as a hard drive with similar settings in the boot sector would.
Yes! Using this software you can simply burn any Windows OS to your USB Drive
You’ll need a USB flash drive (at least 4GB, though a bigger one will let you use it to store other files), anywhere between 6GB to 12GB of free space on your hard drive(depending on the options you pick), and an Internet connection.
An ISO is generally less likely to contain malware, as a virus creator could just as easily infect peoples computers with much smaller files (single executables), which they would be more likely to download, but it is possible.
Yes! You can always check this file using Virus Total. Also We have provided google drive link so google drive it self scan for any virus so no need to worry about!
Yes It is ! Full Project available on https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/
If such error occurs Please ope Win32 Disk Image as “Run as administration” , This is either caused by your computer not being able to detect your device or by the program not having the privileges to access removable media connected to your computer. Check whether the Drive is working properly? Does the driver to detect the USB Drive is installed or not? Have you installed USB drive Correctly or not?
There are many programs available to do this task like Rufus, BalenaEtcher, Clonezilla, Win32 Disk Imager and many more!