USB Image Tool 1.90

The new version of USB Image Tool adds a couple of new features. A new section on the info tab will show details about running backup/restore tasks (time started, estimated ending time, average speed). A new feature will check the device for fake size information by testing the whole drive data integrity. I also added a new option to list multiple volumes on an USB drive, even if they are formatted with a file system, that is not accessible from Windows. All changes and bugfixes can be found in the changelog.

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3 Responses to “USB Image Tool 1.90”

  1. Isaia Says:

    Hello Alex,

    I’m trying to use your USB image tool to backup image of ESXI on USB stick. However, I’m getting a ‘Not Responding’ message and frozen window when launching USBIT. I’ve tried it on 3 different computers and it produces the same behavior. Any help is greatly appreciated as I’m trying to get an image of ESXi so I can clone to a SSD.


  2. Alex Says:

    @Isaia: The first thing, that should appear, is a question asking for admin rights (USB Image Tool needs them for accessing the device low-level). Does this message appear? Can you try to start it with admin rights manually (right-click, Run as administrator)? Any more details on the environment (Windows version, .NET Framework version).

  3. Fernando Rivero Says:

    excellent tool, just thank you

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