Create Iso From Usb

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I have Win 7 on a USB stick, non-iso. How do I get an iso of that? 44 gold badges99 silver badges1717 bronze badges. 1717 bronze badges. Personally I would prefer to use Imgburn. It's very easy to use and free.

I use it all of the time. Have a look at it!

ImgBurn is a lightweight CD / DVD / HD DVD / Blu-ray burning application that everyone should have in their toolkit!

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About Win Image:. WinImage is a fully-fledged disk-imaging suite for easy creation, reading and editing of many image formats and fileystems, including DMF, VHD, FAT, ISO, NTFS and Linux.

The disk image is an exact copy of a physical disk (floppy, CD-ROM, hard disk, USB, VHD disk, etc.) or a partition that preserves the original structure.

With WinImage in place, you can recreate the disk image on the hard drive or other media, view its content, extract image-based files, add new files and directories, change the format, and defragment the image.

All this and more is delivered in one intuitive user interface that enables imaging right out of the box.

WinImage has many cool features! How ever it is shareware available for trial for 30 days!

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1212 silver badges2222 bronze badges. You can back up your USB drive by creating a saved image.

You can then take that saved image and clone multiple USB sticks.

This guide shows you how to create an image of your USB drive using Windows 10. Don’t follow this guide if you’re simply copying files from a USB stick.

Take the usual drag-and-drop method in File Explorer to transfer files to and from the USB stick. This guide targets users who need to fully back up or clone a USB stick, such as a USB boot drive.

The difference here is that you simply can’t drag-and-drop its contents to another USB drive.

You need the drive’s master boot record and partition tables too.