Easy2Boot 2.18 Crack & Keygen Final Version [LATEST]
Easy2Boot 2.18 makes it possible to have a single device that is capable of booting numerous ISOs, is highly configurable, and will even boot up a UEFI system with no Legacy Bios available. An additional feature also worthy of note is partitioning your boot device to not only boot a system but have an additional partition for customer data storage. Making an Easy2Boot Flash or HDD a highly useful tool for system migration, installation, backup, and restoration. Now that we have our USB Flash/HDD formatted, with a boot loader and Easy2Boot installed.
It’s time to add our payload files (ISOs)! Go ahead and open the file system. To effectively boot an ISO using UEFI strictly, the ISO needs to be compatible in the first place. You can tell this by opening the ISO and seeing if it has the following file structure. EFIBOOTBOOTx64.EFI or EFIBOOTBOOTia32.EFI. Easy2Boot itself is just a collection of grub4dos batch files that you can add to a grub4dos bootable USB Drive. Once you have made the grub4dos bootable USB drive and copied over the Easy2Boot files, just add any bootable payload files.
Three different menu systems
There is nothing more frustrating than copying over an ISO and then finding that it does not boot! You then have to search the Internet for a solution which can take hours. With an E2B USB drive, you have three different bootable menu systems to try. In addition, the E2B and agFM menu systems also support .imgPTN files which allow you to switch in any file containing an image of a partition (it’s like having 100 Rufus USB drives in one!) – this is especially useful for Secure Boot payloads. You can also switch to the latest official version of Ventoy if the ‘Ventoy for Easy2Boot’ version is out-of-date.
- Easy2Boot Legacy – developed over many years to be reliable and compatible. Boots most payloads including DOS, Win98, XP Install ISOs, Win7-10, Linux, Windows VHDs and WIM files, .ima floppy images files, etc, You can also load the Ventoy and agFM menu systems from this menu.
- agFM Legacy & UEFI – directly Legacy and UEFI-boot (with Secure UEFI64-boot bypass) – a variety of boot methods (for Linux ISOs the ‘E2B/partner’s method is the most compatible and successful)
- Ventry for Easy2Boot Legacy & UEFI – may be more successful with some types of payload (e.g. some WinPE ISOs or FreeBSD) but sometimes not as successful on other payloads. When it works it is usually faster and slicker! Requires you to boot to E2B or agFM first.
Easy2Boot 2.18 Menu:
- a1ive grub2 File Manager – loads the agFM grub2 menu system (Legacy mode)
- Clover 64-bit UEFI Boot – Clover is a substitute UEFI BIOS, use it to boot various.EFI files from a Legacy BIOS (it is better to directly UEFI-boot from Partition 2, if possible)
- Clover 32-bit UEFI Boot – Clover is a substitute UEFI BIOS, use it to boot various.EFI files from a Legacy BIOS (it is better to directly UEFI-boot from Partition 2, if possible)
- Ventry – loads the Legacy grub2-based USB multiboot Ventoy menu system
- Disable UEFI64 secure Boot (blank screen BUGFIX) – some BIOSes will not load the Kaspersky shim which is used for bypassing Secure Boot. If you have Secure Boot enabled in your BIOS and you try to UEFI64-boot from partition 2 and get a blank screen on some systems, you will need to use this option to replace the Kaspersky Secure Boot shim and disable Secure Boot in your BIOS. Then UEFI64-boot using non-secure booting.
- Disable UEFI-booting from Partition 2 – this is a workaround for another BIOS bug. Some UEFI BIOSes will not offer the choice to Legacy-boot from the E2B USB drive unless you remove the UEFI boot files. This option renames the EFI folder so that these BIOSes will allow you to Legacy boot from the E2B drive (the same menu option is available if you UEFI64-boot to agFM). To re-enable UEFI-booting from the E2B USB drive, you must first use the ‘Enable UEFI-booting from Partition 2’ menu entry.
- sub-menus and other options
Test Legacy booting using QEMU
Check it Legacy-boots by running \QEMU_MENU_TEST (run as admin).cmd from the USB drive (it should at least boot to the E2B Main menu). If it does not boot to the Main menu, you have done something wrong! If it does boot OK, then it should also work on a real system – if not then the problem is with your system’s BIOS/firmware settings – refer to the FAQ and Troubleshooting pages. The QEMU used is a 32-bit emulator and should fully boot 32-bit ISOs (as if booting from a hard disk)! The 32-bit QEMU used will not fully boot 64-bit ISOs. VHDs or WIM files, etc. because it emulates a 32-bit Intel CPU.
Legacy/MBR booting on a real system
To boot from the E2B USB drive, first, configure the BIOS for Legacy booting from a USB drive:
- Disable Fast Boot – this causes the BIOS to detect bootable USB drives
- Disable Secure Boot – You usually cannot enable Legacy booting unless this is disabled
- Enable Legacy\CSM – modern UEFI BIOSes often have this option to enable Legacy booting also
- First Boot Device; Internal Hard Disk – do NOT set the USB drive as the first boot device
- Install the MPI Tool Kit onto your Windows system.
- Convert the ISO (or payload file or existing USB drive volume) to a FAT32 .imgPTN23 file by dragging and dropping the ISO onto the MPI_FAT32 Desktop shortcut.
For best speed, the source ISO should be on your hard disk and NOT on the USB drive.
- Copy the new .imgPTN file to your E2B drive (e.g. \_ISO\MAINMENU folder).
- Rename the file extension to .imgPTN23 so that partitions 2 and 3 are not removed.
- Run \MAKE_THIS_DRIVE_CONTIGUOUS.cmd from the E2B drive.
- Boot to E2B or agFM and select the .imgPTN23 file from the E2B menu – OR – run \_ISO\SWITCH_E2B.exe in Windows and double-click on the .imgPTN23 file.
The USB drive’s E2B partition #1 will be replaced by the new image.
- Now MBR/UEFI-boot from the E2B USB drive.
Easy2Boot 2.18 Key Features:
- Easy2Boot supports 3 different menu systems to give you the best chance of success.
- Easy2Boot – original E2B Legacy\MBR booting based on grub4dos.
- agFM (a1ive grub2 File Manager) (optional) – for Legacy\MBR and UEFI32\UEFI64 booting based on open source a1ive’s version of grub2 and grubfm.
- Ventry (Ventoy for Easy2Boot) (optional) – for Legacy\MBR and UEFI32\64 booting based on open source grub2-based Ventoy project.
- Just add your DOS files – boot to FreeDOS and run them.
- Boot. ISO, WIM, EFI, IMA, IMG, VHD, HD, HFS + others (files can be over 4GB because NTFS is used).
- A generic method of booting Linux ISOs (no need to update E2B every few months because a new Linux distro no longer works!).
- Legacy boot to MS-DOS, FreeDOS, Win98, XP with SATA\RAID Mass Storage drivers automatically added, Linux, Windows Vista-10, ISOs, Windows VHDs, WIM files, etc.
- Add multiple HFS (Mac OSX) partition images using the .imgptnREP3 file extension for UEFI-booting.
- Add partition Image files (.imgPTN files) – switch in any partition image and then boot to it. You can even make a partition image from other bootable USB drives. Add images that can Secure Boot.
- Always have the latest version of Ventry by downloading the latest release as an official Ventoy image. Also supports ARM64 and MIPS
- You can add your files and folders to the USB drive.
- Implement fully automated Windows installs with automatic driver and app installation, etc. (SDI_CHOCO).
- eBooks (PDFs) written by the developer are available with step-by-step exercises, explanations, details, tips, common issues, and advanced topics.
- Free online help from the developer (GMT+0 time zone – approx. 18 hours/day).
- Window XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 (32/64-bit)
- Processor 2 GHz Intel Core
- 4 GB Ram
- 410 MB Hard Space
- Personal use of free
HOW TO INSTALL/CRACK:
Download from the given link below.
Install as ordinarily Easy2Boot 2.18
Tap open & run it.
Activate from given keys.
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