E2B

Make an E2B drive manually

If you wish to make an E2B USB drive manually (for some reason!) without using the scripts provided or RMPrepUSB.exe, please follow these steps: Create Legacy\MBR PRIMARY partitions (not GPT) on the USB drive using a suitable Partitioning program such as EaseUS Home Partition Master or AOMEI Partition Assistant, MiniTool Partition Wizard, etc. Primary Partition […]

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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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Make an E2B USB drive Note: If you have a large USB drive, use the Gear Wheel button and make Ptn1=127GB, Ptn2=1GB and Ptn3 for the remainder. You can add payload files to Partition 3 if you wish (e.g. (Ptn3:)\_ISO\LINUX\Ubuntu.iso) – then copy the file “\_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files\E2B Menus\PTN3_ADD_ALL_FOLDERS_TO_MENU.mnu” to the (Ptn1:\_ISO\MAINMENU folder. The red

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Easy2Boot – Make a versatile, multiboot Legacy\UEFI USB drive for free (includes Ventoy) E2B includes 3 different multiboot menu systems based on grub4dos, grubfm and Ventoy. You can boot to almost anything from one USB flash or USB hard/SSD drive. Install Windows 98/XP/Windows 7/8/10/11 and Linux from ISOs, boot from Linux ISOs, boot Windows or

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New! Ventoy for Easy2Boot v1.0.97 now released!

 

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.
Customer reviews are located at bottom of each eBook product page and multi-buy discounts are available when you buy more than one eBook. Please also visit RMPrepUSB.com and the E2B Forum.
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