AIO Boot 0.9.9.7 freeware
AIO Boot is a handy utility that enables you to create a bootable USB or disk drive with Grub2, Clover or Syslinux in a few simple steps. Additionally, it allows you to boot via LAN with PXE Server and iPXE Tiny, as well as integrate multiple operating systems or support programs.
|OS||Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||Create bootable USB, Bootable disk creator, Integrate installer, Boot, Grub2, Grub4dos, REFInd|
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|0.9.9.7||Aug 31, 2020||New Release||New tab: ISO2IMG. Support to create a disk or partition image from ISO file to boot with ISO & IMG Mapper. Currently only supports Windows Setup and WinPE ISO files. For Linux, you can use the ISO file directly instead. Tested with Windows 7 ISO, Windows 10 ISO, DLC Boot, Sergei Strelec, HirenBootCD…
One user said he had keyboard crashes with Shim and Mok Manager in previous versions. AIO Boot now uses Shim and Mok Manager from Super-UEFIinSecureBoot-Disk. New file: /EFI/ENROLL_THIS_KEY_IN_MOKMANAGER.cer. If your machine has SecureBoot turned on and you are seeing the blue screen of Mok Manager, select Enroll key from disk then select this file on the AIOBOOT drive, then Reboot.
ISO & IMG Mapper: Prefer to use the file aioboot.mbr to backup and restore MBR.
Added Indonesian language for AIOCreator.exe. Thanks to Ida Bagus Anom Sanjaya.
Supports Autounattend.xml with multiple architectures.
Ubuntu 20.04 persistent, Linux Mint 20 persistent.
Support booting Ubuntu 20.04 from iPXE.
|0.9.8.17||Oct 9, 2018||New Release||Fixed a bug: hang after loading boot.wim via wimboot. This happens on Legacy mode if the networkpath.txt file is empty. If you update from the old version, delete this file if it is empty and then re-run AIOCreator.exe. Thanks to Daniel Lilas for finding the cause.
Now you don't have to select the mode when you click Run PXE. Thanks to Daniel Lilas for the helpful information.