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Download UEFI MULTI - Make Multi-Boot USB-Drive 50

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Download Encrypted with password for UEFI_MULTI-XX-E.zip is bootwimb
Use R-mouse 7-zip menu to Extract here

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Download: USB Format Tool and at wimb GitHub
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More Info: at MSFN Forum in USB Format Tool and UEFI MULTI

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More Info: Install Windows 10 from USB after booting with WIM or VHDX and UEFI_MULTI
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Unattended: Attached File  Unattended_Eng.zip   3.69KB   17 downloads
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YouTube Video: Make VHDX and Make USB Win10 and Make USSD Win10 and USB AIO Linux and UEFI_MULTI-Demo

USB Format Tool - Make Bootable USB Drive with MBR and 2 Partitions
USB Multi-Boot of Linux ISO + Windows 10 VHD + Win10XPE in BIOS Or UEFI Secure mode

1 - Format USB Drive with MBR and 2 Partitions = Active FAT32 + NTFS
2 - UEFI_MULTI can Add VHD or PE WIM File Booting from RAMDISK
3 - Copy Linux ISO files to folder images on FAT32 - Boot UEFI Grub2 and BIOS Grub4dos
4 - USB drive Booting with Windows Boot Manager Menu in BIOS or UEFI Mode

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Linux ISO Info:
UEFI Secure boot support requires Format Drive using Mint UEFI Or Super UEFI as Grub2 Manager
Copy your Linux ISO files to folder images on FAT32 USB Boot drive U-BOOT

Supported filenames for Linux ISO in folder images are:


linuxmint.iso and kali-linux.iso
runtimelivecd.iso and knoppix.iso
ubuntu.iso and Porteus.iso


Download: Linux-Mint and Knoppix-Live and Ubuntu and Porteus x86_64
and Kali 64-bit Live

Rename your Linux ISO files so that they correspond to supported filenames

UEFI mode - Mint UEFI Grub2 booting with FAT32 file \EFI\Boot\BOOTx64.EFI and \Boot\grub\grub.cfg and \Boot\grub\grub_Linux.cfg

UEFI mode - Super UEFI Grub2 booting with FAT32 file \EFI\Boot\BOOTx64.EFI and \grub\grub.cfg and grub_Linux.cfg Menu
MBR BIOS - a1ive Grub2 installed in MBR booting with \grub\grub.cfg and grub_Linux.cfg Menu

Grub4dos is used for booting in MBR BIOS mode using Menu created with menu.lst and menu_Linux.lst

In case UEFI Grub2 is not available as Boot option in your F8 Boot Menu then you need to use BOOTICE to Add UEFI entry.
Unneeded for USB-Stick, but UEFI Grub2 boot entry is easily lost in case of Portable SSD.
Select as UEFI Boot entry the Linux Mint Grub2 file \EFI\Boot\BOOTx64.EFI

UEFI_Grub2.png
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a1ive Grub2 File Manager Info:
Not needed since booting straight with Linux ISO using Grub4dos in BIOS mode and Grub2 in UEFI mode is preferred.
But if you prefer support of a1ive Grub2 File Manager - Download Addons at wimb GitHub

Use R-mouse 7-zip menu to Extract here will Add the content of addon to existing folder and confirm Overwrites with yes

In x64 program use Super UEFI as Grub2 Manager setting for support of a1ive Grub2 File Manager
In this way the files of a1ive Grub2 File Manager and Super-UEFIinSecureBoot-Disk_minimal_v3 (more info) are Added to the USB Multi-Boot Drive


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How to Boot from USB with AIO Boot
- USB_FORMAT - Format USB Drive with MBR and 2 Partitions = Active FAT32 + NTFS
- Download AIOBoot-v0.9.9.8.7z - Unpack and Copy content of folder AIOBoot-v0.9.9.8 to USB FAT32 and overwrite existing UEFI Boot files
- On USB run AIOCreator.exe - Select Integration Linux OS and your Linux ISO
- UEFI_MULTI will Keep AIO UEFI files and Add a1ive Grub2 File Manager to AIO\grubfm and Add Boot Manager entry \AIO\grub\grub2win
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UEFI_MULTI - Make Multi-Boot USB-Drive
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Win8.1SE x64 boot.wim of size 400 MB is Universal WIM Boot Image file for booting BIOS and UEFI computers
Thanks to ChrisR for making Win8.1SE - http://www.msfn.org/...170546-win81se/


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