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Windows 7: How to put burned iso files inside folders

26 Aug 2016   #1
Ramioo

7 32bit
 
 
How to put burned iso files inside folders

Hello,

I'm trying to create a bootable win7 usb and I'm using rufus-2.10 but the thing is it scatters burned files on the usb and create a mess and I want to keep it as organised as possible.. So is there anyway to burn the files inside a folder?

Thanks,


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26 Aug 2016   #2
HAVOC

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

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26 Aug 2016   #3
Ramioo

7 32bit
 
 

I checked Rufus section but I didn't find a way to put burned files inside a folder?

Thanks for the replay
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26 Aug 2016   #4
HAVOC

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

I would try option one first.
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26 Aug 2016   #5
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

It may not be bootable if you put the files into a folder, you`d have to try it.

But what is wrong with the way Rufus organizes the files, this is how it should look, and no one`s ever had an issue with it.

Not actually sure what your main objective is, but you can add anything you want to the usb stick after you`ve created the installer, and windows will always put everything in alphabetical order, like it has always done.


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27 Aug 2016   #6
Ramioo

7 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HAVOC View Post
I would try option one first.
Unfortunately method one too doesn't seem to do what I want

Thanks for your help Sir

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AddRAM View Post
It may not be bootable if you put the files into a folder, you`d have to try it.

But what is wrong with the way Rufus organizes the files, this is how it should look, and no one`s ever had an issue with it.

Not actually sure what your main objective is, but you can add anything you want to the usb stick after you`ve created the installer, and windows will always put everything in alphabetical order, like it has always done.
MY usb sometimes get used by my boss and he's quite sensitive about arranging matter.. That's why I'm trying to order it as much as possible.
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27 Aug 2016   #7
mitchell65

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Is it not better to have a bootable USB Stick that works than one that looks "Tidy" because as already has been said altering the file layout may stop the stick from booting?
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27 Aug 2016   #8
RolandJS

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

Get two usb sticks; one with your boot files and the other for your boss? Or, is your boss always needing to usb-boot a computer? From experience, if a particular usb-boot creation utility does not have a "choose your desired directory structure" click box, or entry-box -- do not attempt to "adjust" the boot files, do not attempt to force the boot files into a single folder, else there will be no boot, or, maybe a "boot" but no operations beyond that.
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27 Aug 2016   #9
Barman58

Windows 10 Pro x64 x2 Windows 10 Enterprise x64, Ubuntu
 
 

How tech savvy is your boss? You should be able Hide the messy structure using the hidden switch - suggest you leave the setup.exe file visible to stop the boss from saying the USB is empty.

I did this many years ago for a client that had two inquisitive children who were regularly messing things up (old 9.x windows so no security) - set all the important folders and files to hidden - What they couldn't see they did not play with
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27 Aug 2016   #10
RolandJS

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

Barman, your idea is a good one! However, too many computers now have explorer-type utilities that show everything, hidden or not. I have no idea what the boss is using to explore and do his stuff.
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