Quote: Originally Posted by Golden
The trick with the "Unlisted ISO" option of YUMI is that they must NOT have spaces in the ISO name
The obvious solution when hitting this problem (and hopefully remembering this trick) is to delete the bad ISO from YUMI and remove spaces from the name of the original ISO file and then have YUMI add it again.
When YUMI launches the ISO application, could the application be aware of its new name and restrict capabilities or abort due to :-
A foolish integrity check by the application programmer of a freely available download ?
or Licensing checks on a bootable version of commercial software licensed to an individual ?
My immediate concern is the consequence of changing a free download from
I am looking for general guidance upon the probability of encountering a problem due to such a change,
or whether I should always ask the suppliers of commercial and free ISO's for each ISO.
My reason for a name change is that YUMI already holds several old ISO tools including "ocz-tools-320.iso" which secure erases the OCZ SSD,
and now I have updated ISO's and I immediately recognize which is old and which is new,
excepting the latest OCZ SSD tool has the stupid change to "PC_BootableTools_v18.104.22.16840.iso".
Why do OCZ waste half the name on telling me that I have a Bootable tool in YUMI
All my other tools have different version numbers as part of the original family names.
I am retaining on YUMI the old tools which are known to work,
so that I have a fall-back in case the latest and greatest version should fail me for some reason.