Write the Pisi Linux ISO on a USB-Stick under Windows with Win32Disk Imager

To try the following Introducing you need a Pisi Linux ISO file

Did you have not a Pisi Linux ISO file you could download it from here:

Pisi-Linux-ISO-Files

Note: This download link will be replaced with the current Pisi Linux version.

You need a USB-Stick with USB flash drive with a storage capacity of not less than 1 GB better was 8 GB

and you need the Win32 Disk Imager

you can download it from here:

Win32 Disk Imager

You can Download the binary file or the .exe. Note: The Win32 Disk Imager runs under Linux with the wine package.

At the beginning of the following instructions, no other USB drive or other external drive does be connected to your computer!

Instructions to create the Pisi Linux ISO file on the USB-Stick

Your USB flash drive is being formatted during the course of this manual! All data on the USB stick will be deleted! If applicable, save your data first!

1. Connect the USB stick to your computer.
2. Check in Windows Explorer which drive letter was assigned to the USB stick.

Drive letter in Windows Explorer
In the example above, the USB stick has the drive letter “G”.
Start “Win32 Disk Imager”.

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  • Click at “Image File” on the blue folder icon.
  • The dialog box “Select a disk image” opens.
  • Select the Pisi Linux ISO image that you want to install on the USB stick.

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Note: By default, only files can be viewed with the extension “img” in this dialog box. To display files with the extension “iso”, enter into the “File name” box “* .iso” and press Enter.

  • Select the drive letter of the USB stick.
  • Click Write. Confirm the message “Writing to a physical device” with … Yes.
  • After that the Pisi Linux ISO image is written to the USB stick.

You can now boot your USB-Stick with Pisi Linux.

Have fun to try it

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