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SystemRescueCd - Installing SystemRescueCd on a USB stick | http://www.system-rescue-cd.org/
Follow this method is you want to boot the USB device in UEFI mode. The idea is to create a FAT32 partition on the device where the firmware will find Grub. For the UEFI firmware to use this partition as the EFI filesystem is must have the right flags in the partition table. The USB device can have additional partitions.

- **Download** the latest SystemRescueCd ISO image from the [download page](http://www.system-rescue-cd.org/Download/)
- **Create a msdos** disklabel on the USB device using a tool such as parted or gparted
- **Create a FAT32 partition** with at least 2GB on the USB device and set `SYSRCDXYZ` as the filesystem label
- **Set the boot and lba flags on the FAT32 partition** using a tool such as parted or gparted
- **Copy all files from the ISO image to the FAT32 partition** from a terminal with both devices mounted

In the previous steps `SYSRCDXYZ` refers to the version number, eg: `SYSRCD601` for SystemRescueCd-6.0.1.
disasterrecovery  bootable  uefi  livecd  liveusb  linux  iso  howto  solution 
11 weeks ago by kme
release freya - Where can I download older versions of elementary OS? - elementary OS Stack Exchange
Softpedia didn't work either. Ended up finding Freya here http://www.virtualpanic.com/isos/Linux/Elementary%20OS/2015/0.3.2/ and here http://osarchive.sda1.eu/elementary-os, and verified the latter with the SHA256 checksum given below.
Freya 0.3.2 (64-bit) (32-bit)

Softpedia also has a mirror of the latest Freya ISOs

sha256sum elementaryos-0.3.2-stable-amd64.20151209.iso ee737ffa6bf33b742c5a7cee17aa26dec5ee3b573cbbc4b53cbe2a2513c9197a

sha256sum elementaryos-0.3.2-stable-i386.20151209.iso 97e143e762a1d1e3abac9eba33a59a7a6b9f319a7063cd47e406678c379fc683
elementaryos  freya  iso  solution 
december 2017 by kme
Index of /cdimage
Damn, this is hard to find.
debian  linux  distro  iso  download  annoyance 
june 2016 by kme
mount - Windows 8 ISO Mounting at startup / permanently - Super User
Basically you want an ISO file to be mounted each time you Logon to your PC. You have two methods to do this:

Open run and type in shell:startup, this will open up the Startup Folder. Place a shortcut to ISO here, and This will work.

(Better Option) Execute this in Admin CMD

reg add HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run /v "Mount ISO" /d "{location to ISO}"
win8  iso  windows  automount  virtualdisk  solution 
may 2014 by kme

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