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Rosa Image Writer is a professional and powerful image writing tool. It is developed using C ++ and Qt5 frameworks. It supports writing ISO images to a USB flash drive, selecting image files through the usual open file dialog box, or by dragging and dropping files in the application window. !!
Select the image file through the usual open file dialog, or by dragging and dropping the file in the application window.
The USB device list shows the user-friendly name, size, and logical disk of each device.
When the user inserts or removes the USB device, the list will refresh automatically.
When the write operation is in progress, a progressbar is displayed and it is also translated to the taskbar button of Windows 7/8.
The application supports localization, including Russian translation.
Why do I need it?
The release of ROSA comes in the form of an ISO image file, which should be burned to a DVD for booting. However, if your computer does not have an optical drive, you can use flash memory for the same purpose. ImageWriter allows you to write ISO images to a USB drive.
When you want to install ROSA in UEFI mode, you may also need USB boot, and your BIOS does not allow UEFI to boot from DVD. Also, installing from a flash drive is usually faster because flash has lower random access latency.
How does it work?
Rosa images are mixed. This means that they contain ISO image header files, as well as partition tables and boot records for hard disks and flash memory. Therefore, all the "dirty work" is performed when the image is built, and ImageWriter only needs to write it to the flash disk little by little.
In Linux, you can use a standard command line tool called dd to achieve the same result. In addition, the operating system often uses write caches and report writes, because they are done long before the data is actually written, and you must use the sync command to ensure completion. ImageWriter provides a graphical interface, which conveniently selects the source image file and the target device, displays the writing process, and ensures the correct synchronization of data.