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Rufus 2.17

By Pete Batard  (Open Source)
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Rufus is a small utility, which can format and create bootable USB flash drives, such as USB keys or pen drives, and memory sticks.

Rufus is useful in the following scenarios:

  • If you need to create USB installation media from bootable ISOs for Windows, Linux, and UEFI.
  • If you need to work on a system without an OS installed.
  • If you need to flash a BIOS or other firmware from DOS.
  • If you need to run a low-level utility.

Rufus can work with the following* ISOs: Arch Linux, Archbang, BartPE/pebuilder, CentOS, Damn Small Linux, Fedora, FreeDOS, Gentoo, gNewSense, Hiren's Boot CD, LiveXP, Knoppix, Kubuntu, Linux Mint, NT Password Registry Editor, OpenSUSE, Parted Magic, Slackware, Tails, Trinity Rescue Kit, Ubuntu, Ultimate Boot CD, Windows XP (SP2 or later), Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.

*This list is not exhaustive.

Supported Languages include: Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Malaysia, Ceština, Dansk, Deutsch, English, Español, Français, Hrvatski, Italiano, Latviešu, Lietuviu, Magyar, Nederlands, Norsk, Polski, Português, Português do Brasil, Româna, Slovensky, Slovenšcina, Srpski, Suomi, Svenska, and Türkçe.

Title: Rufus 2.17
Filename: rufus-2.17.exe
File size: 944KB (966,776 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Open Source
Date added: September 12, 2017
Author: Pete Batard
www.rufus.akeo.ie
MD5 Checksum: D35936D329AC21AC3B59C525E2054078

Add support for Debian 9 live ISOs in UEFI mode.
Add support for Super Floppy Disk "partitioning" mode.
Add support for more non-USB card readers.
Strengthen download update checks, to prevent attack scenarios that leverage user unawareness.
Fix an issue with Spanish translation prompts not displaying properly.
Fix an issue with Windows To Go support on some non-official Windows ISOs.
Fix an issue with log autoscrolling.
Fix an issue when using A: or B: as drive letters.

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