Writing image to SD card with Far Manager?

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Writing image to SD card with Far Manager?

Post by techie » Mon 15 Feb, 2016 22:56

I have an .img file that I need to write to SD card (or USB key). Is that possible with Far?

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Writing image to SD card with Far Manager?

Post by Kerberos464 » Tue 16 Feb, 2016 08:30

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Writing image to SD card with Far Manager?

Post by Shmuel » Tue 16 Feb, 2016 14:09

Kerberos464 wrote: F5 Enter
The original poster meant restoring disk from the disk image (not copying the file).

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Writing image to SD card with Far Manager?

Post by techie » Wed 17 Feb, 2016 05:30

Shmuel wrote: The original poster meant restoring disk from the disk image (not copying the file).
Right. Thanks for clarification. I remember it was possible to open disk in raw mode somehow.

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Writing image to SD card with Far Manager?

Post by 2useven10 » Wed 17 Feb, 2016 05:38

open -- view:\\.\PhysicalDriveN
maybe edit:\\.\PhysicalDriveN (if you have enough memory)
but it is not suitable to write image.

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Writing image to SD card with Far Manager?

Post by Suld1984 » Thu 04 May, 2017 05:46

Hey, it should read, shouldnt be any problem!

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