The Legacy variant does not natively include files to make it UEFI Boot from USB. However, it is still possible to boot and run your Windows Installers from UEFI. To switch between added Windows versions, navigate to the multiboot/win-directory (replacing win-directory with the Windows version you want to boot) on your USB. Once there, move the bootmgr, bootmgr.efi, and entire boot folder to the root of your USB drive. Then reboot, booting your computer from the UEFI compatible USB. If all went well, it should boot straight into your chosen Windows Installer.
Most added distributions are stored within the multiboot folder. This is also the root directory set for syslinux. In some cases, the Volume Label of your USB drive must be MULTIBOOT in order for OpenSUSE, CentOS and several other distributions to boot. YUMI will attempt to automatically create this Volume Label, however it can sometimes fail. So please ensure that the Volume Label of your USB remains MULTIBOOT if you expect your distributions to boot.
Legacy only:From the multiboot folder on your flash drive, delete the hidden file ldlinux.sys and then rename the libcom32.c32 file to _libcom32.c32. Then use YUMI to install any menu item. The installer will notice that the file is missing and will then attempt to reinstall syslinux and repair the master boot record. Once finished, rename _libcom32.c32 back to libcom32.c32.
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Easy2Boot (E2B) is popular multiboot USB solution that also contains agFM and Ventoy. It supports both Legacy and UEFI.Simply copy on your bootable ISO files to the E2B USB drive and boot! Boot to DOS, Linux, Windows Install ISOs (XP>Win11),automate Windows installs, WIM files, VHD files, images of flash drives, Linux ISO+persistence, etc.
If your server powers on but doesn't boot, you probably have a GRUB error. The easiest thing to try is booting the server from a rescue disk. The installation disks for both SUSE Linux Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) contain a rescue system.
You can create a rescue bootable media - a standalone version of Acronis True Image that you can use to boot a crashed machine or a machine without any operating system and restore an image of your system. Follow the instructions below to create a bootable media.
* Notes:1. For prevention purposes, its better to create immediately the Rescue disk and also to have a copy of the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk ISO image file to another computer.2. If you want to create a VeraCrypt USB rescue disk, then you can use the Rufus utility to burn the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk ISO image to USB.3. It's very important to create the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk, because will help you to recover your system at the following situations:
13. Now, place an empty CD or DVD on the disc burner and click the Burn button to create the Vera Crypt Rescue disk or click Cancel if you want to create the rescue disk later or if don't own a disc burner.
If your VeraCrypt protected computer cannot start normally, then boot your computer from the VeraCrypt rescue disk (CD/DVD or USB), and then press the F8 key to access the repair options. Then press the corresponding number key to start the repair action you want, according of the problem. 2b1af7f3a8