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  1. Hello,

    I have been trying to run WinPE in VMware using the methods in the link below, however I have been running into a major problem that now I don’t know how to fix. Once I followed these steps the first time I was able to get this to work. Then, once inside, I began working with it and then left it alone for about a week. I came back to it and it still worked just fine, however after my computer rebooted itself the vm would no longer boot. I tried everything to get it to boot again, but I eventually had to start over from scratch in order to get it working again. It has been another week or two now since then and my computer rebooted yet again with the same result to the vm, however this time starting from scratch is not working. All that happens when I power on the vm it just shows a blank black screen and nothing ever happens…at all. Please help! Thank you!

  2. I have created my own USB for booting to Windows 7 and other stuff with the bootloader of Grub4Dos. I have added my Windows 7 ISO in the normal way using AIO Boot Creator.

    – On QEMU, it successfully launched my menu. When I went into the “WinPE and Setup” menu, it listed them and went to Windows Boot Manager. The same for my laptop.

    – On my PC I can’t get Windows Boot Manager that resides on my USB to work. The Grub4Dos menu appears, all normal. However when I went into a page where you select your ISO to boot from, instead of the usual listing screen where I can pick the option of my ISO, I get a console Windows Boot Manager error saying that the BCD “\AIO\MENU\BOOTLEGACY” is missing or contains errors (0xc0000001).

    – I have noticed that the “BIOS: Drive=0x0, H=255, S=63” along with the “TUNE: Drive=0x0, H=255, S=63” printed on the screen before loading the menu. I also saw the “fd” in the “Try…” line. Only for my PC.

    How can my laptop and QEMU can go to Windows Boot Manager while my PC can’t?

    My PC is from 2004 with the motherboard of MS-6712 KT4AV. Apparently, this can boot from USB, but only if I formatted my USB with FAT32. My USB is listed as USB-RMD-FDD.

  3. Hi…
    Good Morning Sir,

    It’s looking currently “AIOBOOT” does not Support MBR/BIOS GRUB2 Legacy booting of 3TB, 4TB and >4TB GPT Disk for HDD Box ?
    Please support MBR/BIOS GRUB2 Legacy booting of 3TB, 4TB and >4TB GPT Disk for HDD Box in upcoming AIOBOOI if possible…

    Thanks & Regards

  4. Hallo,

    If I just drop my autounattend.xml file into the folder where the boot.wim and the iso files are stored,
    the Windows 10 installation does not work unattended.

    I tried the autounattend.xml file with the ISO just extracted on a USB drive, and it worked perfect,

    As there is no mor Information, I dont know why it is not working for me

    more Info:

    WIN 10 1809 CONSUMER ISO
    autounattend.xml file for WIN 10 ProEdu

    Thanks

  5. Hi, I guess you already heard this, but the Integration for openSUSE Live images is not working. Always says “invalid file”, I tried with openSUSE Leap & Tumbleweed. Just wanted to let you, I’d really like to integrate openSUSE.

    Anyway, thanks a TON for your awesome Multiboot tool. By far the best i’ve come across (and I almost paid for SARDU). Your tool is the best!

    Greetings

  6. Integrated ESET Sysrescue to the AIO Boot USB. Working fine but persistent mode is not working for Virus Definition updates.

  7. I have integrated WinXP to AIO boot USB. While installing WinXp from the USB, it copies all the setup files and then gives the following error after restart :
    C:\Windows\system32\presetup.cmd – FILE NOT FOUND
    C:\Windows\system32\setupORG.exe – FILE NOT FOUND
    (setupORG.exe -> Original windows Setup.exe)

    Please help to sort out

      1. I haven’t downloaded it but this ISO is almost 3 years old and working with Easy2Boot. If you want to try then I can upload it to some file sharing site and share the details with you.

  8. Is it possible for “boot OS on hard disk” to be set as default for when you do not select an item during the countdown?

  9. Hi there,

    Can you add support for Porteus? It is based on Slackware, but I can’t get it to be recognized by AIO Boot.

    Ideally I’d like support for the Porteus-XFCE-v3.2.2-i586 edition, which can be found here: http://dl.porteus.org/i586/Porteus-v3.2.2/, but if that’s not possible, I’d settle with one of the newer v4.0 XFCE releases too.

  10. Hello
    I have a problem when try to make a USB both with PartIMGMapper and CloverDiskCreator
    With CloverDiskCreator (I using last Clover image and OSX_10.13.6_Installer.hfs frum your Google drive) I got a error message after hit “START” button:
    “Access denied. Error, contact author for support. Error code: 10009

    With PartIMGMapper I got a error when trying to map images:
    “The image OSX_10.13.6_Installer.hfs is fragmented and need to be de-fragmented with defraggler … or something like that utility”
    What’s the problem here? I downloaded both files couple times and try under WindowsXP and Windows 10. The errors is the same. My USB stick working fine. Can you help me?

    1. Hi,

      CloverDiskCreator:
      It looks like your USB drive is locked by another application. Exit all applications and try again.

      PartIMGMapper:
      Try defragmenting the OSX_10.13.6_Installer.hfs file and try again.

      1. It is a bullshit man … my stick aren’t locked from another app … this happens in a couple of computers with different windows versions. By me problem is in your CloverDiskCreator application. O, and I’m running this as root by the way.
        To defragment OSX_10.13.6_Installer.hfs under windows? With what?!?

  11. Thank you… now it is showing error after I select Ubuntu to book live, it is showing error as http://192.168.10.159/files/linux/ubuntu/casper/vmlinuz .. NO SUCH FILE OR DIRECTORY it is showing

  12. Hi,

    I am a big fan of AIO boot…. I am trying to boot ubuntu 14.0 through AIO network pxe boot, but at one point, it shows error that SPLASH.PNG is not found in Grub/Themes folder.. But that file is there… I get this error and it will reboot in 10 seconds immediately.

    kindly solve my problem.

  13. After I select my Integrated windows 10 – 1803 ISO – I get a Cursor Line on the Top left which is blinking all the time. Nothing else happens then.

    Please help me.

    Thank you

      1. Wanted to try this – I get that the selected Disk is GPT Schema and I’m able to click ok.

        I want to add, that I am able to boot into Grub2 fine over Network PXE . Then I select Windows & PE and select my ISO. THEN I get the cursor screen which blinks to infinity.
        The same thing happens if I want to boot WIN10PE.wim . I can boot into Acronis Images fine.

        Do you have other suggestions?

        Thank you!

        1. I’m using iPXE, not Grub2.
          I tested Grub2 for PXE, but it was not compatible on a machine that my users have tested, iPXE works fine.
          I don’t have any suggestions for you, sorry.

  14. Fantastic program! I didn’t see an entry for Ubuntu Budgie – could it be added?

    My apologies if missed it. Keep up the great work.

  15. I create Multiboot system and Added Only two; Bob’s WinPE and ActivePasswordChanger. In Office I Try On; New Hp Laptop (UEFI and BIOS), Old PackardBell TS11HR (only legacy) it works well.

    In home ; I have lenova idepad 300-15isk laptop. I upgrade BIOS Last Release
    Trying In UEFI say;
    AIO linpus lite boot failed.
    Try In Legacy firstly Loading screen goes between %20 – %47 and than say;
    -I/O Failure than
    -AIO/Menu/WinLegacy error.

    I need hint.

    1. I don’t understand why UEFI is related to the /AIO/Menu/WinLegacy file. This file is BCD, only used on Legacy.

  16. Hello,

    really cool, is it possible that in future this software will released as open source? Will this software remain freeware, or will it be payable later?

    Thanks in advance.

    Greetings

    dex

    1. The answer is No for all questions, the Grub2 script is open source. This software is built from many free tools and it will be free lifetime.

  17. Firstly I want to thank you for this AIO and all your efforts.

    Do you have any plans to support MediCat ISO. I understand that it has multiple OS but it will be greatly appreciated if this could be integrated with the rest.

    Regards,

  18. Hello, I integrated DART7 x64 (from 1337s.com) to the GPT scheme FAT32 USB drive . It booted into Windows using UEFI but later it said the version of DART and my 64 bit Windows 7 does not match. However, it works with MBR scheme FAT32 using legacy booting mode. I am confused and have no idea about what the problem is. Any help would be appreciate. Thank you.

    1. It looks like the version of Windows 7 on your hard drive and DaRT7 is not the same.
      Have you installed Windows 7 on MBR or GPT?

      1. Oh, a windows 7 installed on a MBR hard drive may be the reason that prevents DART7 x64 to load from UEFI. That explains why my windows can load DART from MBR. I will try to confirm that after I do some tests with windows 7 on GPT disks. Thanks.

  19. hello, i get some error when i use boot file EFI/BOOT/WinPE_64.efi.
    i want use it on Tiny PXE Server and the error is “TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateEntRevokeSiPolicy.p7b “. How can i solve this ?

    ————-

    11:27:33 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\BCD Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\BCD”. The system cannot find the file specified
    11:27:33 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\Boot\BCD Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\Boot\BCD”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:33 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:33 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Policies\SbcpFlightToken.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\Policies\SbcpFlightToken.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\SecureBootPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\SecureBootPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\SkuSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\SkuSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\SiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\SiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateSkuSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateSkuSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\WinSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\WinSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateWinSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateWinSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\ATPSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\ATPSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateATPSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateATPSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\EntRevokeSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\EntRevokeSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified
    11:27:34 TFTPd:DoReadFile OpenError:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateEntRevokeSiPolicy.p7b Cannot open file “D:\EFI\BOOT\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\UpdateEntRevokeSiPolicy.p7b”. The system cannot find the path specified

    1. It contains many operating systems that AIO Boot has to support for integration. You should integrate the things you need. Therefore, AIO Boot will not support it.

  20. Hi, I tried to put AIO Boot onto a brand new 4TB WD Passport drive (GPT) and all I get is dumped to the grub rescue command line on every boot.

    error: no such device: /AIO.sitecuatui.com.html.
    error: unknown filesystem.
    Entering rescue mode . . .
    grub rescue>

    I then installed it to a 32GB USB stick and an older 500GB WD Passport and they work like a charm. Funny thing is, it DOES work on the 4TB Passport through QEMU, in real life it fails.

    First try I put an 8mb FAT partition at the front of the drive (as the grub2 installer prompted) , a 30GB FAT32 partition afterwards. Install AIO Boot to the 30GB Fat32 partition and then used the boot loader button to install GRUB2. Still dumps to the grub command line.

    I tried it with JUST a 30GB fat32 partition and installed grub2 legacy to the boot sector. Same issue.

    Any hints you can give me? As I stated, it’s working fine on a 32 GB stick and a 500GB Passport, not when I try on a 4TB Passport.

    Also, I have a number of Win PE ISO files I have built myself using Winbuilder. When using the INTEGRATION tool and select an ISO it goes through the process and fails right at the end suggesting I contact the authors for support. I also tried it on Gandalf’s PE disk and it also bombed.

    The host OS is Windows 7 Pro 64 bit with 4gb RAM on a Dell Optiplex 7010.

      1. The process and error log contents – not much information available:
        * Wiped the disk of partitions on WD Passport 4TB USB drive
        * Created a 30GB FAT32 partition
        * Used AIO_Boot_Extractor.exe to install AIO
        * Went into AIOCreator.exe and used the TOOLS -> INSTALL GRUB2 [LEGACY]
        * Used TOOLS -> TEST BOOT [QEMU] – shows AIO works fine in QEMU
        * Rebooted PC and selected boot menu (F12 on Dells) Selected the USB on Legacy
        * Dumped to GRUB2 RESCUE command line
        * Rebooted, F12, this time selected USB on EFI menu – it boots fine, although I can’t boot my WinPE ISOs from it. Grub4DOS unavailable and selecting to boot from ISO simply ISO files and shows contents.
        * Rebooted to PCs Windows 7 64 OS
        * Inserted older 32GB USB thumbdrive – repeated installation – it works fine
        * Same for an older MBR 500 GB WD Passport, boots legacy and EFI fine.
        * The issue is the same on the 4TB HDD if I even tried again, this time creating an 8MB partition on the HDD first, then a 30GB FAT32 and install Grub2 the normal way (not legacy). It always dumps to the Grub2 command line.

        Now for trying the INTEGRATION tool
        * Tried several WinPE projects I built from scratch using WinBuilder
        * All failed to complete
        * AIO dialog EXTRACT BOOT WIM – completed OK
        * Command prompt opens and REPACKING ISO – completes OK
        * AIO dialog COPYING BOOT WIM – completes OK
        * AIO dialog CLEANING UP – PLEASE WAIT – fails
        * Error dialog ERROR, PLEASE CONTACT THE AUTHOR

        Error log from 4TB WD Passport simply says:
        6/14/2018 6:42:41 AM – 1114 – Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (Version 6.1, Build 7601, 64-bit Edition)
        6/14/2018 6:45:30 AM – 1114 – Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (Version 6.1, Build 7601, 64-bit Edition)

        It looks like the Win PE 10 integration fails to write to the error log. I see a folder in AIO -> FILES -> WINPE being created during the integration for it but then it disappears when the final error dialog pops up. This is after trying a Windows 10 PE and a Windows 7 PE and failing. The above error log is also after booting to the 4TB HDD and trying a legacy boot to it and being dumped to the Grub2 command line.

        I tried the integration with PE created with Macrium Reflect for a rescue media – it completes integration OK and boots fine

        I tried the integration again on the working USB thumbdrive

        Tried several flavors of Win PE WinBuilder files. All failed. Macrium rescue PE is the only one that completed. Is the issue with the way WinBuilder creates the ISO? I tried an older version of Gandalf’s Redstone Win PE as well, it fails too. I believe it’s created with Winbuilder as well.

        Error log from Thumbdrive
        6/13/2018 6:29:55 AM – 1114 – Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (Version 6.1, Build 7601, 64-bit Edition)
        6/13/2018 6:30:16 AM – 1116 – Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (Version 6.1, Build 7601, 64-bit Edition)
        6/13/2018 6:30:44 AM – 1116 – Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (Version 6.1, Build 7601, 64-bit Edition)
        6/13/2018 6:37:39 AM – 1114 – Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (Version 6.1, Build 7601, 64-bit Edition)
        6/13/2018 7:17:38 AM – 1114 – Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (Version 6.1, Build 7601, 64-bit Edition)
        6/13/2018 2:14:45 PM – 1118 – Windows 10 (Version 10.0, Build 16299, 64-bit Edition)
        6/14/2018 6:54:12 AM – 1114 – Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (Version 6.1, Build 7601, 64-bit Edition)

          1. No it does not. It is name ‘desktop’. I have tried the installation from several PCs’ all produce the same results. 2 are Windows 10 (the names also contain no spaces). I did the installation that I pulled the error logs from on the ‘desktop’ named PC it was running Windows 7 64 bit. All Windows updates are applied and all driver updates as well. The same PC that produced the WORKING USB thumbdrive and WD Passport 500GB drive produced the 4TB drive that won’t work in legacy boot to AIO.

            The integration errors with WinPE IOS files occurred on ALL the computers.

          2. EDIT: Sorry just reread your post, no my username is ‘user’ on the PC named ‘desktop’ . It is another short username on the other PCs and it contains no spaces. The Macrium ISO integrated fine on the same machines the WinBuilder PE ISOs failed on.

          3. I use wimlib to check the boot.wim file information, open the ISO file, then use this command. What is the output?

            D:\AIO\Tools\wimlib64\wimlib-imagex.exe info K:\sources\boot.wim > "%tmp%\info.log" 2>&1 && "%tmp%\info.log"
          4. info.log for NON working ISO wim
            WIM Information:
            —————-
            Path: E:\Temp\boot.wim
            GUID: 0xf2c30412ab0536d49fc082b7da9d7e4e
            Version: 68864
            Image Count: 1
            Compression: XPRESS
            Chunk Size: 32768 bytes
            Part Number: 1/1
            Boot Index: 1
            Size: 582168227 bytes
            Attributes: Relative path junction

            Available Images:
            —————–
            Index: 1
            Name: Win10PE_x64
            Description: Win10PE_x64
            Directory Count: 689
            File Count: 8470
            Total Bytes: 1461006596
            Hard Link Bytes: 0
            Creation Time: Thu May 24 15:36:34 2018 UTC
            Last Modification Time: Thu May 24 15:36:39 2018 UTC
            Flags: 9
            WIMBoot compatible: no

            info.log for a WIM from Macrium ISO that DID integrate (I copied the wim file over the previous wim so the same source path)
            WIM Information:
            —————-
            Path: E:\Temp\boot.wim
            GUID: 0xacc9fc82d5c1604ab6950097150bbf77
            Version: 68864
            Image Count: 1
            Compression: LZX
            Chunk Size: 32768 bytes
            Part Number: 1/1
            Boot Index: 1
            Size: 247558312 bytes
            Attributes: Relative path junction

            Available Images:
            —————–
            Index: 1
            Name: Microsoft Windows PE (x64)
            Description: Microsoft Windows PE (x64)
            Directory Count: 3101
            File Count: 13790
            Total Bytes: 1358460351
            Hard Link Bytes: 544155553
            Creation Time: Sat Jul 16 12:40:51 2016 UTC
            Last Modification Time: Thu Apr 19 14:11:13 2018 UTC
            Architecture: x86_64
            Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
            Edition ID: WindowsPE
            Installation Type: WindowsPE
            Product Type: WinNT
            Languages: en-US
            Default Language: en-US
            System Root: WINDOWS
            Major Version: 10
            Minor Version: 0
            Build: 14393
            Service Pack Build: 0
            Service Pack Level: 0
            WIMBoot compatible: no

          5. Ok, thank you.
            Information such as Architecture and Build were not found for the first boot.wim file. So the tool has reported an error.
            I need this information to add to the menu properly. Can you send me that boot.wim file?

          6. I will try and send a link to my Google drive through gmail to your email address. Once downloaded please verify you have it and I will delete it off my drive.

          7. I will test it and use alternative methods.
            Thanks a lot!
            —————–
            I have used new methods to check the information of the file. Please replace the AIOCreator.exe file, then run it and try again.
            Please let me know if it works.

          8. I was able to integrate the Win 10 X64 ISO this time, and a Win 7 X64 ISO, however a Win 7 X86 ISO failed immediately never even getting into the conversion.

            I also tried booting to the resulting integrated PE files from a EFI booted stick, this would not load the PE integrated files. iPXE starts to initialize and it sets there for a while, then I have the selection of ONE of my integrated selections and it fails to boot.

            The reason I am pursuing this is that I bad the bone headed mistake of ordering three 4TB WD Passport USB drives forgetting completely about the 2TB drive limit for MBR, and my tried and true Easy2Boot setup I have been running for years will not work on the drives when they are setup as GPT / 4TB. It was suggested I try AIO as an alternative. For some reason GRUB2 refuses to work on the 4TB drives in LEGACY mode – which I need to chain boot to Grub4DOS to my PE ISO files. It works OK on EFI, but I can’t seem to get the ISO or integrated PE instances to boot. I did manage to create other smaller media with AIO that work fine in legacy mode, so I know GRUB2 works to do this, however something is amiss with GRUB2 and these 4TB drives with booting in legacy mode.

            So, I’m at an impasse. GRUB2 refuses to work in legacy mode on the 4TB drives, and I can’t seem to get the integrated PE ISOs to boot under EFI using AIO and EFI mode. It was worth a shot but does not do what I need to do.

            I setup one of the 4TB drives under MBR mode and threw away the last 2 TB of space so I could use it with Easy2Boot and my PE ISOs. The other two I formatted in GPT to 4TB and will have to use another drive to boot to PE and gain access to them. I use these drives to make offline backups of PCs that I am replacing and have to store hundreds of GB from most of them and keep it for months. Hence, my desire to get as large a drives as I could. I just forgot about the 2TB limit and Grub4DOS needing MBR disks.

            Thanks for your efforts. I wish you well with your project it seems very promising.

          9. I do not have a 4TB hard disk to do the test, I’m sorry.
            As you all know, wimlib and dism were unable to check some information of your boot.wim file. I think wimboot will not support booting these files.
            Which boot.wim files could not be booted in UEFI? 64-bit or 32-bit?

  21. Dear Team
    Pls confirm can we use this setup on my organisation without paying any cost.
    And also share the licensing policy if anything have it

    1. AIO Boot is free software for all purposes and users, including individuals, businesses and organizations.
      However, this tool includes and uses features from other tools. BOOTICE is free for non-commercial users only. Thanks.

  22. Hi!

    So, I’d like to create a situation, where if I plug in a USB stick with configured GRUB, my system would automatically boot into linux without showing any lists or additional screens, but if the stick was missing in the USB port, Windows would launch instead.

    I believe this could be achieved if I installed Linux first, then, alongside it, Windows, to overwrite the boot partition and make the Linux system “invisible”, and then I would have to configure the grub on the USB stick to launch Linux automatically, but I have no idea how to configure it. I managed to install Grub2 on the USB stick, I can successfully boot into it (I changed boot order to check for bootable USB first), but all I get is the command prompt. I would like to configure it so it wouldn’t show anything, just boot to linux automatically, when the grub is launched.

    I’m pretty new to this whole thing, but making that “magical USB key” that opens access to the linux system on my computer would make me really happy. 😀

    1. set timeout=0, Grub2 will automatically boot the first menu, so move the menu you want up first.
      You need to create a configuration file (grub.cfg) in the grub directory and add the menu, see how to install Grub2.
      In the configuration file, add or modify “set timeout=0“. Then copy the menu in /boot/grub/grub.cfg on the Linux partition to the grub.cfg file on the USB.

        1. Unfortunately, I noticed that my PC changes the order of bootable devices if it can not see a particular device mounted, so every time I would take the USB out, I’d have to enter BIOS and change booting order. I’m not sure if the same thing happens on all motherboards, but this problem, in my case, disqualifies my idea. I’ll have to dualboot like normal people do. Thanks for the solution, though, I might be able to use it in the future on a different machine. 😀

      1. Copy the ISO file (RIPLinuX-11.7.iso) to AIO Boot drive
      2. Open /AIO/Menu/Main.cfg and add the following code:
      3. ### Start RIPLinuX
        menuentry "[ ] RIPLinuX" {
        	if cpuid -l; then set _kernel="kernel32"; else set _kernel="kernel64"; fi
        	loopback loop /RIPLinuX-11.7.iso
        	linux	(loop)/boot/${_kernel} vga=normal video=640x400 xlogin nokeymap root=/dev/ram0 rw
        	initrd	(loop)/boot/rootfs.cgz
        }
        ### End RIPLinuX
      1. Thank you very much for your prompt reply. To which folder of my USB drive do I have to copy the RIPLinux.iso? Also, the version I have is different from 11.7. It’s 13.7. Will it also work without needing to change the code? Thanks again.

        1. Copy the file to the root of the drive, customize the file name and path by modifying this line: loopback loop /RIPLinuX-11.7.iso
          No need to change the code.

  23. Hello Tu,
    Great job on your tools. I was running fine with release 9.8.7 until I upgraded to 9.8.8.
    I think I messed something during the upgrade process.
    I’m still able to install Ubuntu over the network no problem but not Windows 10.

    I was stuck between step 4 & step 5, right before the network path screen.
    After the boot.wim finish downloaded to my laptop, it went into a blank screen with the cursor blinking.

    I have tried removed the the entire AIO & EFI folders and reinstall but still no luck.

    Please advice.
    Thanks

    1. Just reformat the drive, then install version 0.9.8.7, everything will be the same, otherwise this may be due to another cause.

      Open the /AIO/menu.ipxe file and delete these two lines:

      console --x 1024 --y 768
      console --picture ${boot-url}/grub/themes/splash.png
  24. Hello, it’s me again. I think I found a serious bug. When I choose to add the ISOs of both Hiren’s Boot CD.iso and Ultimate Boot CD iso from the Integration->Special Pack menu, the program complains with a message box that there are special characters in the filenames even though there aren’t any. When I rename Hiren’s Boot CD.iso to H.iso and Ultimate Boot CD.iso to U.iso only then the program proceeds to install them.

  25. Hi, does AIO Boot support adding Linux Live CD isos? More specifically I’m interested in adding Ubuntu Desktop Live.

    I see that there is an “Ubuntu Desktop” entry under “Linux OS” but what does it do? Does it boot the operating system like a live CD or is it just a tool to setup Ubuntu?

    Thanks for any reply.

      1. Thank you, which ISO do I need to download for this to work? The standard Ubuntu Desktop or the Live version?

          1. Hello again, I installed the latest Ubuntu Desktop version 18.04 to my USB with AIO Boot but I got an error “Failed to boot both default and fallback entries”. I then went ahead and installed an older version 16.04 and it worked without problem. Could you please investigate this issue?

  26. It would be very cool to be able to add non-listed ISOs to the menu and boot them as memdisk. For example to boot Ubuntu mini install ISOs.

  27. Hello, i have a Question, i bought the latest Version of Easy Recovery Essentials but they dont work with the newest Version of Aio Boot (0.9.8.3).
    Is this a known Error? I have Version Win 7, Win8 and Win10. They have Boot Loops or they dont load the Repair Window with a network error.

  28. Hello! Please tell me how to create a partimg file for ubuntu, I can not boot from it, with iso loaded without problems, help please, thank you in advance.

    1. Именно, я хочу постоянный режим, тем самым установив систему убунту виртуально на PARTIMG, например с дистрибутивами на базе android AIOBOOT автоматически создает постоянный режим предлагая пользователю выбор размера виртуальной памяти, это очень удобно, когда нет дополнительных разделов HDD для чистой установки, я бы очень хотел иметь такую же возможность постоянного режима для систем убунту. Спасибо Вам за хорошую работу и лучшей утилиты которая включает в себя всё, вплоть до клевера. Что также упрощает установку macos для хакинтош сообщества!

  29. I haven’t tried your product yet, but will shortly. I just wanted to say thank you, but also to tell you how informative this site is , and how well you communicate what you are doing. If there is a language barrier, it is not noticed, and you communicate the issues at hand and the products of the other software better than what I have read repeatedly on their sites. You are an asset to the world in which we live.

    Robert W. McFalls

  30. Hello, grub4dos was a fine tool to load iso-files from the windows bootmanager; but it won’t work under uefi 🙁
    Just a few files copied and at least one entry in the bootmanager with bcedit. the rest was editing the menu.lst.

    Can i do the steps from AIO Boot also manually? Without AIO Boot? i like to have control and won’t change anything on my existing windows.
    i see i need a FAT32-partition. Any documentation for manually install?

    thanx

          1. that’s why i tried this app! my Shuttle motherboard only has a Legacy Boot!
            Boot from GPT hard disk in Legacy BIOS mode – AIO Boot

  31. Làm sao để remove mấy cái boot cũ trong USB bạn? Ví dụ mình đã thêm Win 10 setup, sau đó có bản windows 10 mới hơn, mình cần remove cái cũ, và add cái mới vào. Cảm ơn bạn

  32. Hello

    I have a 2TB MBR (Windows 10) disk that I would like to move
    to a 4TB GPT disk and boot it with a legacy bios!

    Can this be done with AIO Boot?

      1. Thanks did all that……still can’t boot into GPT disk……..error: module ‘ntfscomp’ isn’t loading entering rescue mode

    1. Hi, thank but this translation is incorrect. Please refer to the English translation.

      Please help me check on line 36: “. N3. ”
      Line 37: “.nn “/boot/grub/loopback.cfg”

      I’m sorry, but if you translate wrong, will make it difficult for the user.

        1. Hi,

          Thank you, but this translation is still incorrect.

          Line 5:
          – en.cfg: Please translate or edit the text in quotation marks (“”) if it is not correct. n is a newline, ${1} is the variable passed to functions.
          – tr.cfg: Lütfen satır ekleme,silme veya taşıma yapmayın,”%s” yi…………..

          Line 37:
          – tr.cfg: Have this: https://www.sitecuatui.com/uefi-legacy-clover/
          – en.cfg: does not contain the text above.

    1. Hi, thank you,

      You have translated the file in the old version. I also noticed that lines 5, 6 and 7 are not exactly.
      https://imgur.com/a/Nh4rQ

      Please use “en.cfg” file in the latest version. After translation, copy it to new file and rename to “tr.cfg”, run AIOCreator.exe -> Settings -> Turkish and Save.
      You can then check the translation using QEMU.

  33. Adding licenses, programs, reg files etc. after system installation. I am using OEM for the process. If this or similar processes are included in the AIO boot program, I think that the user can use the reg file that they use in similar files.my own OEM file in the source directory.if you want to examine http://www.datafilehost.com/d/411822de | 2.39MB Zip file content: ($OEM$:x64/x86 folder with 7Zip,KMS.cmd,mypc.reg (OnlyForWin10!),SetupComplete.cmd) Thanks.

    1. Hi, It depends on the ISO file that the user uses. There are many users they will not trust when we add other components. They like the original from Microsoft. Besides, we do not have license keys.

      1. When wim file is added, I think that install can be connected to iso file created with source directory So KMS adds 180 days of serial VL Volume versions others are 90 days. Even if there are no licenses, user reg switches, unattended programs could be seamless with OEM way, I just suggested it to be an addition of a different feature to work.mine is just a thought

  34. Using the updated AIOBoot, I selected Manjaro and selected the iso file and it worked fine perfect! Thank you! Tứ Nguyễn

  35. Manjaro and feliz arch loader select iso files with order, Linux gives error after automatic selection grub screen comes up.Linux mint, ubuntu, debian systems I have never had problems AIO boot is really nice program updates after the good features come true indeed qemu is good 🙂 english is not so good sorry for this 🙁