Boot to DLC Boot 2022 4.0 and 4.1

For best results, use the MakePartImage tool to convert the ISO file (or .rar contents) into a .imgPTN23 file. You can then switch in the image file either from the Legacy E2B menu or the Legacy\UEFI agFM menu.

Directly boot from ISO

Support was added for DLC Boot 2022 Windows PE ISOs in E2B v2.14i and agFM v1.81. Copy the DLC large ISO file to a menu folder (e.g. \_ISO\WINPE) and give it a _.isowin.iso file extension. You can now use E2B or agFM to boot it (either Legacy or UEFI64). Blog post here.

Grub4dos bug

Note: There was an issue with DLC Boot ISOs which use UDF format when using the E2B menu system (grub4dos bug). This was fixed in E2B v2.14i which uses a new version of grub4dos. To fix the issue of DLC not listing the .wim files in older versions of E2B, load the ISO (or the extracted files) into an ISO editor such as PowerISO or WinISO. Change the ISO Properties to ISO9660+RockRidge+Joliet (untick UDF) and set type=DVD DL 8.5G if not already set and then save as a new ISO file.

PowerISO Properties
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