Drive Utilities | Koala 188.8.131.52
Date: 02/23/2012 11:10 AM
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For some years now the netbook phenomenon has exploded, low cost machines with more than adequate performance to perform routine tasks and, if required, even more. These factors have undoubtedly helped to spread "like wildfire" these products. With the philosophy of low cost and small size, all these systems are without an optical drive, which hinders a little bit the novice user wishing to update his netbook with one of the latest versions of Windows, usually distributed on DVDs.
The same argument can be applied to any compact machine, like a nettop or a server. Koala finally helps the user providing an extremely easy way to accomplish this task, with just 4 clicks away from the result!
+Added Windows 8 support (including Developer Preview and any future edition or SKU).
+Tested on Windows 8 DP (with .Net FW enabled), should work on any future edition or SKU of Windows 8 (thankyou Jacksoft for the additional test).
+Now supporting Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and any future edition, SKU or service pack.
+Now supporting any custom iso of Windows Vista or 7 made with customization tools like vLite, R7 Lite, WAIK, WinPE and so on (Thankyou J. Russell for the suggestion).
+Now supporting any USB thumbdrive size in case you're using a custom ISO image well below the former 4GB requirement (Thankyou J. Russell and Jacksoft for the suggestion).
+Now the software will check if the USB thumbdrive size is bigger than the source device before attempting the copy procedure (Thankyou Jacksoft for the suggestion).
*Fixed a severe bug that prevented proper scanning of the USB units in presence of an USB Card Reader, unmounted devices or both (e.g. Card Reader without any card inserted).
Now every available USB unit _should_ be enumerated correctly (just in case: if anything wrong should happen again, drop me an e-mail).
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