Boot Linux from the ISO file

 

 AIO Boot supports booting most Linux distributions from ISO files. Just copy the ISO file to a folder and boot it from Grub2. AIO Boot loopback.cfg How to boot Linux from ISO file using loopback.cfg? Ubuntu Linux Mint Debian 9 Manjaro 17 AIO Boot AIO Boot can automatically detect the ISO files that support loopback.cfg … Continue reading Boot Linux from the ISO file

How to fix blue screen when installing Windows XP

 

 If you install Windows XP on a modern system, you may experience a blue screen error. This article will help you fix this. Cause How to fix Cause I do not have a modern computer and I have never encountered a blue screen error when booting into the Windows XP installer. When I used VirtualBox … Continue reading How to fix blue screen when installing Windows XP

PartIMG Mapper – Boot most Linux operating systems from ISO

 

 PartIMG Mapper has the same features as Partition Image Mapper, but it runs directly on Grub2 and Grub4dos without Windows. Introduction PartIMG Mapper Overlapping partitions Windows Introduction Partition Image Mapper is a tool that allows you to temporarily use the partition image as a real partition. PartIMG Mapper is similar, please refer to Partition Image Mapper … Continue reading PartIMG Mapper – Boot most Linux operating systems from ISO

Grub2 parttool command and Partition Tools menu of AIO Boot

 

 AIO Boot v0.9.7 has added the Partition Tools menu. This menu uses the Grub2 parttool command to help change some attributes of the partitions. This article will introduce this menu and instruct you to use this command manually. List disk devices and partitions parttool Active Partition type Hide Partition Tools Delete partition List disk devices … Continue reading Grub2 parttool command and Partition Tools menu of AIO Boot

There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive

 

 “There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive” is an error that occurs when you assign a drive letter to an unmounted disk device. Cause Resolution Cause Each hard disk drive, floppy disk or CD/DVD drive will be assigned a drive letter to help users easily identify and access them. However, … Continue reading There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive

Methods to create a Windows installation of AIO Boot

 

 AIO Boot supports multiple Windows installers in one USB/HDD. This article will help you choose one of two methods that are more suitable for you. How does it work? An ISO file of the Windows installer will contain the necessary files for the installation. Include bootloader files, menus, WinPE and Windows version images. AIO Boot already includes … Continue reading Methods to create a Windows installation of AIO Boot

Install Grub2 on USB and HDD from Windows

 

 Grub2 is a very powerful boot loader, developed by GNU. You can easily install Grub2 from Windows with just a few commands. Grub2 supports both UEFI and Legacy BIOS modes. It is capable of booting most Windows, Linux, BSD and macOS operating systems. For more information on Grub2, please refer to the GNU GRUB Manual. Grub2 … Continue reading Install Grub2 on USB and HDD from Windows

Boot OpenBSD and NetBSD from Grub2

 

 OpenBSD and NetBSD are two popular BSD operating systems. You can boot, install OpenBSD and NetBSD from Grub2 without losing data. The way to do it here is similar to how to do it with FreeBSD. We also use Partition Image Mapper to avoid data loss. Please refer to the related articles for more details. Download … Continue reading Boot OpenBSD and NetBSD from Grub2

Show the Grub2 menu on Ubuntu and Linux Mint on startup

 

 By default, Ubuntu hides the Grub2 menu at startup. You need to press the ESC key or follow the instructions here to show the Grub2 menu. Introduce Show the Grub2 menu Custom menu for Grub2 Introduce Grub2 is a great bootloader, and most Linux operating systems use Grub2 as default. AIO Boot also uses Grub2 … Continue reading Show the Grub2 menu on Ubuntu and Linux Mint on startup


AIO Boot is an All-in-One bootable software for USB and HDD. AIO Boot support boots through Grub2, Grub4Dos, Clover and rEFInd.