ImgBurn Portable - Copy USB to ISO

IMGBurn Portable is a lightweight and powerful tool that can help you easily create ISO images from USB drives (USB to ISO). It is a great tool for users who are looking to make ISO images of their USB drives quickly and without any hassle.

Created by Lightning UK, this is a tiny, yet powerful CD, DVD, HD DVD, and Blu-ray recording tool. The free image burning software can read a disk to an img file, write files from your computer directly to a disc, and even create img files from data on your computer. It can also be used to copy a bootable USB to an ISO file.

IMGBurn Portable comes with an intuitive user interface that makes it easy to use even for beginners. It has a wide range of features, such as the ability to create bootable USB drives, extract files from ISO images, and more. Additionally, the software can also be used to burn ISO images back onto blank DVDs or CDs in just a few clicks.

Overall, this tool is an excellent choice for anyone who needs an easy-to-use and reliable tool for creating or burning ISO images on their USB drive or blank optical media.

This Free CD DVD Burner can even be made to run from a USB flash drive – see below. Anyone who does a lot of disc burning will likely want to add this tool to their portable collection.

Portable ImgBurn

Portable ImgBurn - Copy USB to ISO

Authors Website: Project Page

License: Freeware

How to make ImgBurn Portable

Making ImgBurn Portable is as simple as extracting the contents of the setup file to your removable drive and then creating a custom ini file to control the file paths or locations.

  1. Download the setup exe and extract its contents using 7-Zip to your removable device.
  2. Then, download and copy this -> ImgBurn.ini to the $PLUGINSDIR folder.
  3. Finally, click ImgBurn.exe to launch the program.

How to Copy USB to ISO

  1. First, launch the executable.
  2. Next, select the option to Create image file from disc.
    Copy USB to ISO
  3. Then, choose your USB flash drive to set it as the Source.
  4. Select a destination for the resulting ISO file.
  5. Click the -> to build.

If all went well, you should now have a backup of your USB flash drive as a bootable ISO file.