USB Image Tool 1.66 (updated)

This version fixes the mandatory verify in the command line tool, which now correctly interprets the command line switch /v.

Update: Seems that the download link still pointed to the wrong version (1.65). This should be fixed now.


20 Responses to “USB Image Tool 1.66 (updated)”

  1. Andrew Says:

    Thank you^^

  2. himrock922 Says:

    thank you!

  3. Hugo Says:

    The link to the 1.66 version is broken. It still downloads the previous 1.65.
    Fix it please.
    Thanks. Hugo

  4. Alex Says:

    @Hugo: Thanks. I will fix it asap.

  5. Martin Says:

    …as far I can see, you are not able to fix the link for the 1.66 version. If any….

    previous versions work great to me

    thanks for your superb piece of sw tho


  6. Alex Says:

    @Martin: Link should be fixed now. Seems like I named the new zip file wrong ๐Ÿ™

  7. Martin Says:

    Jetzt ist alles perfekt, danke schรถn Alex ๐Ÿ˜‰


  8. smaragdus Says:

    I can’t believe I finally managed to download version 1.66- I tried at least 6 times and it was always 1.65 ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Thanks, Alexander!

  9. Alex Says:

    @smaragdus, Martin: Sorry, I messed it up. Didn’t notice I was replacing the wrong download file twice. Need to double-check by downloading myself the next time…

  10. Daniel Says:

    Gutes Stรผck Software ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. mrmagic Says:

    This tool is GREAT, but two IMPORTANT THING is missing!
    It doesn’t Truncate size of image.
    For example, if I make an image of a 4GB usb drive, and there is 1GB of data on it…..the image will be 4GB in size!!
    And then If I try to put this image, on a 2GB usb Key….despite the fact there is only 1GB of data, the restoring function will fail, so it doesn’t “adapt” the image to the key.
    Also, I’m hoping one day this tool will be able to put an iso image on a usb key!! ^^

  12. mrmagic Says:

    Also hoping it will one day be able to clone a external bootable harddrive and put an iso bootable image to the external hardrive….
    It would be a dream coming true!

  13. Alex Says:

    @mrmagic: Please take a look at the FAQ and forum. These topics have been discussed before.

  14. subrahmanyam Says:

    thank u use full tool

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  16. Claudio Says:

    Thank you ๐Ÿ˜‰

  17. Abdullah Yesim Says:

    thank you

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  19. Ant Says:

    ciao programma bellissimo

  20. Andy Says:

    You know what would be cool? Instead of a cmd line app, make it into a stdcall DLL that has callbacks to a subroutine or window handle for progress. That would be sweet.

    Either way, it’s a great little app and I use it a lot to back up/restore SD cards in my own software.

    Thanks for taking the time to create this program and sharing it.

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