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Download Encrypted - password for USB_FORMAT-E.zip is bootwimb
After Download use R-mouse 7-zip menu to Extract here

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 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
4 - USB drive Booting with Windows Boot Manager Menu in BIOS or UEFI Mode

More Info: UEFI_MULTI and in Attached File  Win10_Install.pdf   1.08MB   42 downloads
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At MSFN there is topic USB Format Tool and UEFI_MULTI
All my projects are now available for Download as Releases at wimb GitHub

Download: USB_FORMAT and UEFI_MULTI and VHD_WIMBOOT and System_Info and MBR_Backup
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Linux ISO Info:
UEFI Secure boot support requires Format Drive using Grub2 as EFI 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 linuxmint-19.3-cinnamon-64bit.iso
runtimelivecd.iso and knoppix.iso
ubuntu.iso and ubuntu-19.10-desktop-amd64.iso

Download: Linux-Mint and Knoppix-Live and Ubuntu

Rename your Linux ISO files so that they correspond to supported filenames
Persistence does not work for me in most recent versions of ubuntu and linuxmint
Persistence is working in case of ubuntu-18.10-desktop-amd64.iso and linuxmint-19-cinnamon-64bit-v2.iso

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

Grub2 is used for booting in UEFI Secure mode using Menu created with \Boot\grub\grub.cfg and \Boot\grub\grub_Linux.cfg
a1ive Grub2 File Manager is used in UEFI Secure mode using Menu created with \EFI\grub\grub.cfg and \EFI\grub\grub_Linux.cfg

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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 Other EFI Manager as 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

Instead of using the Addon you can follow Manual Instructions to Add a1ive Grub2 File Manager
See Help file Support_a1ive_Grub2_FileManager.txt


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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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