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Windows 7: How to Burn a *.img to a SD Card

23 Feb 2016   #1
baumgrenze

Win 7 Pro 64
 
 
How to Burn a *.img to a SD Card

Is there a reliable way to burn *.img file to a SD card using Win7/Pro x64?

I have a home electric car charger or ESVE (Blink) that uses a micro SD card to store its operating system software. That feature has failed, presumably because the SD card failed physically. I have an unused SD card large enough for the purpose and I have a copy of an *.IMG file of the needed software. The EVSE is running as a 'dumb terminal' now. It charges the car but its operating screen is blank. I'd like to restore it to 'full service' so that it tells me about the charging progress.

I've found Win32 Disk Imager on SourceForge but I am uncomfortable trying to use it. Reviews of the most recent release

https://sourceforge.net/projects/win...?source=navbar

include 13 single star reviews vs 50 4-5 star reviews. The troubled individuals all seem to be trying to recover from the total trashing of their OS. I am no software expert. Some of those giving low marks claim years of experience and total disappointment.

Is this the 'best choice' of software to copy this *.IMG file to my SD card using Win7/Pro X64? Are there safer alternatives?

thanks

baumgrenze


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23 Feb 2016   #2
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

Hi,
Have you seen this and the comments ?
Ecotality Blink EVSE | Plug In America

ImgBurn is supposed to be good kind of tough to get a clean copy of it without all the pup's = potentially Unwanted Programs
This site is supposed to be good for clean copies
Utilities ImgBurn
https://ninite.com/
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