How to Make Backtrack 5 Live USB

The alternative of using CD / DVD for Linux Live is using USB. The advantages of using USB are more simple (without burn ISO to CD / DVD) and efficient (one USB can used for many Linux distributions). With Linux Live USB you can try and use Linux without install it on your hardisk. For Backtrack, the Live USB can be used for forensic purpose. UNetbootin is a free software that allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for Linux distributions without burning a CD. It runs on both Windows and Linux. How to use Unetbootin to make Backtrack 5 Live USB? This is the answer

Before that, prepare the tools first. Download UNetbootin from here  and download the ISO file of the Linux distribution that you want to install. If you want to install Backtrack, download Backtrack ISO file from here

Now Install and run the UNetbootin. Plug in your USB Drive and format it to FAT32

On Diskimage browse your Backtrack ISO file and set Drive with your USB Drive and then click Ok. Now wait for a few minute and now you can use your Backtrack.

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