How To make Virtual Drive (Usb) Bootable

If you want to make your usb bootable then you are at the right place to know how you can do this simply.
you need a virtual drive usb and one Download Rufus Bootable installer.Rufus Is a utility that helps format and create a bootable usb flash drives such as  usb keys etc.

  • you need to create USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Windows, Linux, UEFI, etc.)
  • you need to work on a system that doesn't have an OS installed
  • you need to flash a BIOS or other firmware from DOS
  • you want to run a low-level utility
  • Despite its small size, Rufus provides everything you need!

How To:

First of all attach your virtual drive to pc and in my computer you will see a new drive # (that is mine drive Win7Aio)........

After downloading Rufus double click on it's icon and it will open then. it will looks like this having your virtual drive attach.

Now you can see Device name of your virtual drive that you have.second partition scheme third file system forth size five if you want to change your new label of bootable drive.
you can see freedoms change it to Iso image because we have iso image of windows like this
then click on cd icon to choose your desire window iso that you want to you for bootable purpose.
I choose windows 7 and click open or double click then after that Click on Start.
After clicking on start button it will start making your virtual drive bootable.

Rights of Husban And Wife In Islam

Rights of Spouse

The rest of the relatives have also been granted their right. These are :

If one's close relatives are needy and unable to support themselves with the bare necessaries of life, nor are they able to earn anything for themselves, then they should be helped with food and other necessaries to enable them to keep body and soul together, as one does with one's own children, as a matter of an obligation. To help distant relations with necessaries of life is not so obligatory, yet it is necessary to do something for them also.

2. Visit should be paid to them from time to time.

3. The bonds of relationship with them should not be severed. If anyone of them ever does some harm, it is better to tolerate that.

4. If someone becomes a slave of his close relatives he at once becomes a freeman as a result of his relationship with the master.

(Note : this is not applicable in our times)

Rights of Husband and Wife

The wife has the following rights over her husband:

1. The husband should not hesitate in meeting the cost of her living as far as his means permit.

2. He should teach her religious problems and insist upon her to do good deeds.

3. He should allow her from time to time to see her close relatives and tolerate her shortcomings. If disciplinary action is ever needed he should be moderate in this.

The husband has the following rights over his wife:

1. The wife should leave no stone unturned in obeying, respecting, serving and pleasing her husband, except that she should politely apologise to him in matters that are unlawful in the Shari'ah.

2. She should not ask her husband more than what he can easily afford.

3. She should not spend his money without his permission.

4. She should not offend the husband by being harsh to his relatives. She should take particular care to respect and honour her-in-laws by regarding them as her masters

Rights Of Parent in Life , After Death And Also Paternal And Maternal Grandfathers and GrandMothers In Islam (Muslims Way Of Life)

Rights of Parents

The person mentioned above is a means in the earning of religious blessings and benefits. There are persons whose rights are established and admitted in the laws of the Shari'ah. As an example, it is the parents who are instrumental to the birth and upbringing of their children. Their rights are as follows:

1. Not to harm and offend them, even if they commit some excess and offence towards their children.

2. To respect and honor them by word and action.

3. To obey them in all matters that are lawful in the Shari'ah, and to help them with money even though they may be unbelievers.

Rights of Parents after their death

1. To pray regularly for their salvation and divine mercy from Allah and to send them benefits and rewards of optional prayers and monetary donations in charity.

2. To deal with their friends and acquaintances with monetary concessions, physical services and nice behavior.

3. To visit their graves and offer "Fatiha" from time to time

Rights of paternal and maternal Grandfathers and Grandmothers

According to the laws of the Shari'ah they occupy the same rank and status as the parents. As such they should be allowed thesame right, regard and respect as the parents. Therefore, the mother's and the father's sisters are like one's mother and the mother's brother (maternal uncle) and the father's brother (uncle) are like father. The husbands of mother's sister and the father's sister are also like father in the matter of rights. This has been indicated in a Tradition.