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Software-update: Rufus 2.15.1117

Door , 8 reacties, bron: Rufus

16-05-2017 • 16:31

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Bron: Rufus

Rufus logo (75 pix) Versie 2.15 van Rufus is uitgekomen. Rufus is een Windows-programma waarmee zelfstartende usb-sticks kunnen worden gemaakt. Handig bijvoorbeeld om een besturingssysteem te installeren, wat sneller gaat vanaf een usb-stick dan van een cd of dvd, om het bios bij te werken of om een systeem te benaderen dat niet meer wil starten. Er is overigens een groot aantal tooltjes waarmee dit gedaan kan worden, maar Rufus beweert een van de snelste in zijn soort te zijn. In deze release zijn de volgende veranderingen en verbeteringen aangebracht:

Changes in version 2.15
  • Fix non-listing of drives that are opened for write access by another process
  • Report external processes that may be preventing disk access (in the log)
  • Improve Windows To Go support for Windows 10 Creators Update
  • Don't report an error on checkdisk failure
  • Update GRUB 2.0 and Grub4DOS to latest
  • Other fixes and improvements
Changes in version 2.14
  • Fix inability to create BIOS-bootable drives, in some circumstances, due to write sharing permissions

Versienummer 2.15.1117
Releasestatus Final
Besturingssystemen Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website Rufus
Download http://rufus.akeo.ie/downloads/rufus.exe
Bestandsgrootte 932,00KB
Licentietype GPL

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blijft het beste tooltje voor het maken van een bootable usbtje. Vooral GPT/UEFI ondersteuning is fijn, krijg je ook native uefi installaties met evt. secure boot mee voor elkaar op ondersteunde systemen.
Toevallig gisteren voor de eerste keer Rufus gebruikt om een Win10 1703 iso naar USB over te zetten. Vroeger gebruikte ik de Windows USB-DVD tool van Microsoft, maar onder Win10 moet je nog .NET2 installen en had ik niet onmiddellijk zin in.
Rufus deed het ook prima, en ook best vrij eenvoudig. Wat meer toeters en bellen dan wat ik nodig heb, maar dik OK.
Rufus is de swiss army knife van usb sticks en tegenwoordig de enige usb flashing tool die ik nog nodig heb. Linux Iso's gaan net zo goed als Windows ISO's, elke staat van het device herkent het programma perfect en je kunt indien nodig er zelfs een ms dos opstart stick mee maken.

Er zijn veel extra verborgen opties dus hierbij een lijstje :
Alt-B* (v1.4.7 or later) - Toggle fake drive detection during bad blocks check:
By default, Rufus will check for fake USB flash drives that pretend there is more capacity than actually is by looping over the flash. This check which is enabled by default is performed by writing the block number sequence and reading it back during the bad block check.
Alt-C (v1.4.7 or later) - Force the check for update to be successful:
This is only useful if you are working on a translation and want to check the content of the check for update dialog.
Alt-D - Delete the NoDriveTypeAutorun key on exit:
This key is used to disable Windows popup messages when an USB drive is plugged in. Rufus does modify it through the use of Local Group Policies. This is only really useful if the app crashed.
Alt-E* (v2.0 or later) - Enable dual BIOS+UEFI mode for Windows installation media. For the reason why dual BIOS+UEFI is disabled by default, see here
Alt-F - Enable fixed disk detection (v1.3.4 or earlier)/Enable USB HDD detection (v1.4.0 or later):
This is the same as enabling List fixed (non flash) or unpartitioned USB disks (v1.3.4 or earlier) or List USB Hard Drives (v1.4.0 or later) in the advanced options. This UNSUPPORTED mode will let Rufus detect and format USB drives such as USB HDDs, which it doesn't do by default. The reason this is disabled by default is that it can be a potentially risky operation when Rufus is used by non technical-savvy people. For instance, if someone also keeps an USB HDD as a backup drive, and plug an USB Flash Drive, they may inadvertently end up formatting their HDD and lose valuable data. If you use Rufus with this option enabled, you are on your own!
Alt-I (v1.4.7 or later) - Toggle ISO image support:
By default, when an ISO image can be used as both a regular bootable ISO (Syslinux, WinPE, ...) or bootable flat disk image (DD), Rufus will choose the former method when copying the data. With this option, you can force DD image writing.
Alt-J (v1.4.3 or later) - Toggle Joliet support for ISO9660 images:
Some ISOs (e.g. Ubuntu) have Joliet extensions but expect applications not to use them, due to their reliance on filenames that are greater than 64 chars (the Joliet max length for a file name). This option allows users to ignore Joliet when using such images.
Alt-K (v1.4.3 or later) - Toggle Rock Ridge support for ISO9660 images:
Note that when Rock Ridge is enabled, Rufus performs the initial scan of an ISO9660 image with Joliet disabled, so that it can find if Rock Ridge extensions are being used (if there exists a Rock Ridge file with a name greater than 64 chars or if there exist symbolic links). If you would rather prefer Joliet to have precedence over Rock Ridge, you can disable Rock Ridge altogether using this option.
Alt-L* (v1.3.3 or later) - Force the use of Large FAT32 formatting for all target sizes:
By default, the Large FAT32 formatting functionality, developed by RidgeCrop, is only used for drives that are larger than 32 GB. For any drive smaller than 32 GB, the default Microsoft FAT32 format is used. If you would prefer the Large FAT32 formatting to be used always, you can use this option.
Alt-N (v1.4.4 or later) - Enable compression when creating an NTFS drive.
You may have to play with Alt-S to disable size checks when using this feature. Also, bear in mind that NTFS file compression is not possible on drives that have a larger cluster size than 4K (which Rufus will NOT check). Finally, if you use this unsupported option, you are 100% on your own!
Alt-O (v2.12 or later) - Dump ISO image:
Dumps the first compatible optical media Rufus finds to an ISO image. If you use this and it works, great! If it doesn't, you are 100% on your own!
Alt-Q* (v2.11 or later) - Disable file indexing:
Disable the file indexing attribute (“Allow files on this drive to have contents indexed in addition to file properties”) for the file systems that support it.
Alt-R (v1.3.0 or later) - Erase registry keys:
Remove all registry keys that were created by Rufus.
Alt-S - Disable size limits:
By default, Rufus will not copy ISOs that are larger in size than the target USB drive. If this is enabled, the size checks are disabled.
Alt-T* (v2.3 or later) - Preserve timestamps when extracting ISO content.
Alt-U* (v1.4.7 or later) - Use PROPER units when displaying sizes, instead of the whole Kibi/Gibi nonsense.
Alt-V (v2.3 or later) - Save selected device to UNCOMPRESSED VHD.
Alt-W* (v2.0 or later) - Enable VMWare disk detection.
Alt-X (v2.0 or later) - Delete the rufus_files subdirectory.
Alt-Z (v2.6 or later) - Zap (zero) the whole target device.
Alt-.* (v2.3 or later) - Enable verbose USB enumeration debugging.
Alt-, (v2.5 or later) - Disable exclusive locking of the USB drive.
Rufus werkt goed, maar ik gebruik vooral WinSetupFromUSB, omdat ik meerdere installaties/tools wil kunnen starten vanaf 1 stick (VMware, Windows, Paragon, Memtest).
Of ken ik Rufus niet goed genoeg en kan dit wel?
Volgens mij niet nee. Geen grub4dos / syslinux etc. Tooltje is ook maar 1Mb ofzo.
It's not because it's less than 1MB in size that Rufus does not include Syslinux or Grub4DOS!
It does, and the reality is that it's the other tools that are bloated, if they need a multi-MB download just to be able to install some bootloaders... :)
Plus, the Changelog right above literally says "Update GRUB 2.0 and Grub4DOS to latest", which clearly means that Grub4DOS is included.

Please see the picture here if you need some convincing that, despite between less than 1MB in size, Rufus does actually provide a large selection of bootloaders.

Thus, if you want to create a multiboot USB, you can use Rufus to install a blank Syslinux or Grub4DOS. Note however that there is no official support for multiboot in Rufus, so if you create a multboot drive using Rufus, you're on your own.

[Reactie gewijzigd door Akeo op 17 mei 2017 21:28]

Volgens mij is de portable versie hetzelfde als de reguliere versie trouwens. Zelfde filesize enzo.

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