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Kon-Boot v3.5 boots from large USB drives now

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Posted 11 June 2020 - 10:32 AM

Before now, Kon-Boot would only install onto 'small' USB drives of 16GB or less.

The new version 3.5 now allows us to install it onto large USB drives.

This means we can run Kon-Boot from a large multiboot USB drive (such as an E2B USB drive).

The UEFI file is locked to a specific licence number and the USB Vendor ID, Product ID and Serial number, so once it has been installed to a particular USB drive, it is locked to that USB drive. If the USB drive dies or is lost, you have also lost the licence too!

 


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