Things to know about UEFI

Useful things to know about UEFI How do I UEFI-boot from E2B? With E2B v2 + agFM, you can UEFI-boot to the agFM grub-based menu system on the 2nd partition and then select a payload file. Insert E2B USB drive into USB port Switch on the system Press repeatedly the BIOS Boot Selection key (e.g. …

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How to UEFI64-boot to the AntiVirusLiveCD ISO

The AntiVirusLiveCD ISO only supports 64-bit CPUs and Legacy\MBR booting. MBR-booting on a system with a 32-bit CPU causes a ‘not 64-bit CPU’ error message to be displayed.  When I downloaded the AntivirusLiveCD-36.0-0.103.0.iso file, I found by using 7Zip, that it did not contain a \EFI folder or any boot image which contained any .efi boot files. …

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agFM Version History

To update E2B and agFM, download the latest E2B version and run Make_E2B.exe then click on the Update E2B Drive button. Check contents of \agFM_version.txt for version number. v1.04 Requires FAT32 partition to be type 0C for .imgPTN switchingv1.5 FAT32 partition can be type 0B or type 0C – incl. latest Feb 03 2002 grub2v1.6 …

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Partition Image files Use Partition Images for 100% UEFI Secure Boot compatibility (no shim or MOK Manager needed) and/or where container files such as ISOs. IMGs or VHDs do not work and a flat-file partition is needed. Example 1 – .imgPTN file Example 2 – .imgPTN23 file Example 3 – .imgPTN23 file + 2nd image …

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eBooks available (in PDF format)

Easy-to-read eBooks are available in PDF format (each eBook is over 100 pages) – rated 4.5/5 stars.
Learn the secrets of Legacy and UEFI USB booting and then make your perfect multiboot USB drive.
E2B eBook #1 includes instructions on how to remove the E2B 5-second start-up delay blue screen.

E2B is unique in that it uses partition images which allows you to directly boot from Secure Boot images (no need to disable Secure Boot or run MOK manager or modify your UEFI BIOS).

Most eBooks are over 100 pages long, contain original content and step-by-step exercises which are suitable for both the beginner or the more experienced user.
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