Hey Guys -
First of all, thank you very much for the continued development of Easy2Boot. I had looked for method to do what it does for a while and am so glad it exists and gets continued updates!
I've got a quick question about adding a specific ISO, please.
I am currently using Windows SuperAIO v5 ISO to install various Windows OS's. It's hosted on torrent sites - but - the WIMs included are OEM, not pirated / preactivated, and I use my personally owned license keys (mostly from TechNet for labs) to activate the OS's.
If you are unfamilier with it, I use it because the single ISO contains 181 Windows OS installation / bootable tool options including Windows 7 - 8.1 Update 1 & Server 2008 R2 - 2012 R2 Update 1. Here's a link to version 5 files which update the version 4 ISO. The ISO is ~30gb.
I'm trying to use it with Easy2Boot on my 64gb USB drive. The problem is, even though it initially boots to a Windows 8 PE, I don't know where to put it, what extension to give it, or if I need an mnu file as it contains parts of many OS's. I'll never install each of the 181 individually from Easy2Boot, but due to my work may need to use any of them at any given time.
Below are a few screenshots I took of it's boot process when running in a VM. Hopefully, it will help. Any suggestions are appreciated - Thanks!!
1. Initial Boot - Choose to enter SETUP (to install man versions of Windows OS) or boot to a Windows OS Tool
2. When choosing SETUP, it seems to load Windows 8 PE
3. Once PE is loaded, it runs a script for a few seconds
4. After script, you have a text-based menu where you choose your Windows version. Once selected, the disk is also partitioned via this menu.
After OS selection, partitioning. and a couple of other things; the system seems to pick up where the selected OS OEM installation does after it finishes copying files and rebooting.
Any ideas would be helpful. If you need more info or want me to post further information, I"ll be happy to.