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Lista alla installerade program, html
wmic /output:Installed.htm product get /format:”%WINDIR%\system32\wbem\en-US\hform”

Lista alla installerade program, csv
wmic /output:Installed.csv product get /format:”%WINDIR%\system32\wbem\en-US\csv”

VirtualBox – convert RAW image to VDI and otherwise

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VirtualBox – convert RAW image to VDI and otherwise

VirtualBox command-line interface (VBoxManage) provides an easy way to convert raw disk image to the VDI/VMDK format and otherwise.

Let’s assume that we have raw image of the sdb device:

sudo dd if=/dev/sdb of=./sdb.raw

To use it with VirtualBox we need to convert it to the VDI format:

VBoxManage convertdd sdb.raw sdb.vdi --format VDI

To use it with VMware we need to convert it to the VMDK format:

VBoxManage convertdd sdb.raw sdb.vmdk --format VMDK

Convert between VDI/VMDK formats:

VBoxManage clonehd sdb.vdi sdb.vmdk --format VMDK
VBoxManage clonehd sdb.vmdk sdb.vdi --format VDI

Convert to the RAW image:

VBoxManage clonehd sdb.vdi sdb.raw --format RAW

Alternative solution to get back raw image after applying modifications is to use qemu-img command from qemu package:

qemu-img convert -f vmdk sdb.vmdk -O raw sdb.raw

Now we can write image to the device:

sudo dd if=./sdb.raw of=/dev/sdb

Create a bootable USB-disk for installations and tools using .iso images

The Acronis way

This method uses Grub4Dos and standard windows/dos utilities. Works only for smaller images (less than 2GB) and only for Legacy boot (not UEFI). See links at the end of the article for other methods.

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Downloading grub4dos

Download grub4dos utility and grub installer to your computer and unpack them.
Currently, the latest version of grub4dos is and the latest version of grub installer is

Making USB bootable

1. In Windows Explorer, open the installer’s folder and select grubinst_gui.exe:

2. Run the application:
Windows XP: Double-click grubinst_gui.exe
Windows 7 or later: Right-click grubinst_gui.exe and select Run as administrator:

3. Select Disk, then click Refresh and select the drive you want to create a bootable media on:

You can detect your drive by its size. In this example an 8GB flash drive is used.

3. In Part List click Refresh.

4. From the dropdown box select Whole disk (MBR):

5. Check the Don’t search floppy option, leave all the other options unchecked:

6. Click Install.
If the installation completes successfully, you will see this message:

7. Press Enter.

8. In Windows Explorer open the grub4dos folder, locate grldr and copy it to the target drive:

Creating ISO files of Acronis products

  1. Run the media builder of Acronis True Image.
  2. Select ISO file when offered to choose media destination:
  3. Create the ISO. You can save the ISO file directly to your flash drive or copy in later.
  4. Run the media builder of Acronis Disk Director.
  5. Select ISO file when offered to choose media destination:
  6. Create the ISO. You can save the ISO file directly to your flash drive or copy in later.

Setting up multiproduct boot

  1. Copy the ISO files to the flash drive if you haven’t done it yet. Now you should have 3 files on the drive:
  2. Open Notepad.
  3. Insert this content:
    timeout 10
    default 0title Acronis Disk Director
    map –mem –heads=0 –sectors-per-track=0 (hd0,0)/<DiskDirector>.iso (hd32)
    map –hook
    chainloader (hd32)

    title Acronis True Image
    map –mem –heads=0 –sectors-per-track=0 (hd0,0)/<TrueImage>.iso (hd32)
    map –hook
    chainloader (hd32)

    title CommandLine

    title Reboot

    title Halt

where <DiskDirector> is the name of the ISO file created in Acronis Disk Director and <TrueImage> is the ISO file created with Acronis True Image.

4. Save the file as menu.lst to the root directory of your flash drive. In Save as type select All files, otherwise the file might be saved as a .txt-file while we need a .lst-file.

You can double-check the file extention in Windows Explorer:

If you don’t see the extention, check this article for help.

Now your USB drive is ready and you can boot your computer with it.

Other methods

YUMI – Multiboot USB Creator

Ventoy – A New Bootable USB Solution

Recommended tools to put on the USB-drive

MiniTool Partition Wizard

The best partition manager
Version 9 and 9.1 is downloadable from here: (140MB)


HDClone 6 Free Edition

Trinity Rescue Kit

Trinity Rescue Kit

Mount multiple Google Drive accounts

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I am trying to mount multiple Google drive accounts on my system using Google-drive-ocamlfuse but i am unable to access multiple accounts. Can anyone tell what is the problem.

Please help me out

If you want to mount multiple google drives you will need to use the following procedure:

  • Create a new directory for the new Google Drive, for example mkdir /mnt/google-drive1
  • Then issue the below command:
    google-drive-ocamlfuse -label label /mnt/google-drive1

  • A new browser tab will open asking you to allow the software access to your google drive.

If you already signed in with another gmail account you will need to sign out and sign in with the ID of the new Google drive you want to mount.