you can use winImage for that. A free version of it is somewhere on the web
On Mon, 19 Nov 2001, John P. Looney stated:
> I do a lot of writing filesystems directly to flash cards, with dd. Is it
> possible to do the same in Windows 2000 these days ? In the old days with
> Win95, you could use rawwrite (which shipped with slackware and redhat).
> But, now...how do you make a linux bootdisk etc. under windows ?
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