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    How to put a bootable ISO image onto a USB flash drive?

    I'm currently having an issue with the Linux Mint 10 (Ubuntu 10.10) installation on my Thinkpad W500 that I think may be resolved with a BIOS update however, while I do have a (24MB) iso image containing the update (from: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site. ... MIGR-70354 ), I do not currently have a CD/DVD drive mounted on my laptop..

    Is there a way for me to flash this ISO image to a USB flash drive?

    I've already attempted to use the UNetBootin utility however while I do get the bootloader to come up after restart it does not seem to be able to boot into the BIOS update (I get only a "Default" selection in the boot menu on a perpetually 10 sec reboot cycle).

    Any ideas how to get this BIOS update onto my USB flash drive?

    Thanks!
    Lenovo Thinkpad W500 / Ubuntu 10.10 64-bit
    Intel Core 2 Duo T9600 / 6GB PC3-8500
    Intel GMA 4500WHD / ATI FireGL V5700 512MB
    80GB Intel SSD

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    Re: How to put a bootable ISO image onto a USB flash drive?


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