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2. Installing Directly to USB with UnetbootinSometimes, as with a netbook, you may not have easy access to a CD-ROM drive. Advanced users may then wish to use Unetbootin to install the ISO image directly to a USB stick, bypassing the step of burning a CD. If you use an older version of Unetbootin, it will not work. You must have the latest version of Unetbootin downloaded directly from their website.Using Unetbootin is not recommended because it prevents the Redo Backup splash screen, help files, boot menu messages, and other features from being displayed or used. Please let the maintainers of Unetbootin know that you would like these issues to be fixed, and Redo Backup added to the list of built-in images! Just go to http://bugs.launchpad.net/unetbootin and open a bug report to do so.
1. Installing from CD to USBBurn a CD, boot from it, and then use the "Install to USB Drive" tool from the start menu. This is the easiest and most straightforward way to put Redo on a USB stick.
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