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How to Quickly Create a Bootable Disk

  • Creating a bootable disk is as easy as one step.


Ventoy is an open-source tool for creating bootable disks. Its advantages are as follows:

  • Easy to use. Just copy the system image (.iso file) to the USB drive.
  • Multi-system support
    • Multiple images can be placed at once, automatically creating a boot menu with multiple systems.
    • Currently tested and supported systems include popular versions of Windows, Windows Server, Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL, Deepin, VMware ESXi, and 202 other systems.
  • Supports ISO files larger than 4GB.
  • Boots directly from the ISO file without the need for extraction.
  • Fast (copy files as fast as possible).
  • Does not affect the normal use of the USB drive.

Download and Installation

You can download the software from the Release page in the software repository.

After downloading, open the compressed folder and run Ventoy2Disk.exe. Select the USB drive and click Install to install the software.


Simply copy the image file to the USB drive.

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