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Useful Links

  • Over 100 Easy2Boot blog articles for a wide variety of different payloads and E2B configurations.
  • Click here to download Linux LiveCDs or try for bootable AIO ISOs (Gandalf, Strelec, Bob Omb's PE, DLC Boot, Medicat, etc.).
  • For Linux LiveCD+Persistence, see here, or here for Ubuntu-based ISOs or see Fedora instructions.
  • Click here (Windows download tool) or here (website) or to download official Windows Install ISOs.
  • Useful DOS + other boot disk images here (site is German but disks are USA English - make a .imz file and then save as .ima using WinImage or 7Zip).
  • MS-DOS disk images with NTFS support here. Note: dos4ntfs.imz is buggy, use (second download).
  • For a useful list of Rescue Disks - see here.
  • SARDU is another multiboot USB solution which you might like to try - they have a useful maintained list of downloads here (note: some ISOs marked as 'EFI' do not contain EFI boot files and so will not UEFI-boot when converted to .imgPTN files - check the ISO contents contains a \EFI folder).
  • Use ChrisR's Win10PE and Win8PE WinBuilder projects to build you own WinPE.
  • The \_ISO\docs\Download URLs folder on your E2B USB drive contains many useful links - try them!
  • IsoBuster can often extract files from ISO files when 7Zip/WinRar and other applications cannot. PowerISO can be used to directly modify ISOs.
  • New! E2B 130-page eBook now available (complete course on making a multiboot USB drive)!


List 1a - Normal MBR booting (not UEFI)
List 1b - 'Special' ISOs (MBR booting)
List 1c - Supported non-contiguous ISO files (MBR-booting via ISOBOOT)
List 1d - Unsupported (i.e. they don't work - sorry!)
List 2a - UEFI booting from FAT32-formatted .imgPTN image files
List 2b - MBR\CSM booting from FAT32 or NTFS .imgPTN image files
List 3   - E2B grub2 menu system payloads (for UEFI-booting of non-UEFI ISOs)
List 4   - agFM File Manager (UEFI booting)


  • For most ISOs (except Windows Install ISOs), just copy the ISO file to the \_ISO\MAINMENU folder.
  • Try to avoid spaces and special characters in file names - use _ instead of a space. If it works, then try it with spaces.
  • Some files may require the file extension to be changed (if so, it will be mentioned in the list below) 
  • Some payloads may require you to add and edit a .mnu file (if so, it will be mentioned in the list below). Sample .mnu files can be found in the E2B download in the \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu Files folder. Look also for sample .txt files.
  • Generally, if it works for one version of a distro, it will work with any version of the same family/type.
  • Turn the SCROLL LOCK LED on before selecting the ISO file to see E2B suggestions
  • If a .ISO file doesn't seem to work correctly or you want to UEFI-boot from it, use the MPI Tool Kit and convert it to a FAT32 .imgPTN partition image.
  • Use the MakePartImage shortcut instead of the MPI_FAT32 shortcut if the .imgPTN file does not work correctly - this allows more options.
  • It is possible to add multiple, fully-installed linux OS's (see blog) and WindowsToGo OS's (see blog)
  • When installing from a bootable linux installation ISO, specify /dev/sdX4 as the cdrom source device (this will be the linux ISO- e.g. mount /dev/sdb4 /cdrom or sudo mount /dev/sdb4 /mnt/cdrom), where X is the USB drive letter, e.g. /dev/sdb4. Alternatively, try converting the ISO to a .imgPTN file using MPI_FAT32 (e.g. RedHat linux installation) and no special action should be required. For Debian, you may need to specify the 'CDROM' as -t vfat /dev/sdX4.
  • For .ISO files that boot to DOS 7 or later - use .ISODOS01 file extension - the CD/ISO contents can then be found on DOS drive B: after booting.
  • Some DOS programs (e.g. BIOS updates, etc.) can be copied to the E2B drive and then run using the DOS - FreeDos menu entry to boot to DOS - drive C: will be the E2B USB drive (NTFS or FAT32 supported). See also the RMPrepUSB Tutorial #33 here on how to make bootable FreeDOS floppy disk images. See E2B DOS page here.
  • For Windows PE ISOs, try .ISOPE01 (mounts ISO as Y: - only works with 'Removable' E2B USB drives or E2B USB HDD + WinHelper flash drive). For E2B USB HDD drives, some WinPE ISOs (Hirens, Gandalf, Bob Ombs, etc.)may need to be converted to .imgPTN for full functionality.
  • For WinBuilder PE ISOs always use the .iso file extension, they do not need to be fully contiguous - see here
  • For WinPE UEFI-booting, convert to FAT32 .imgPTN files.
  • If you get a syslinux boot: prompt instead of a menu - press the [TAB] key and type one of the boot options that will be listed.
  • If you want to display text files or help files - see here.
  • If you still having problems and it is not in this list below, search this site first and then Contact Me and I will try to help.

Common 'gotchas':

  • Make sure all files are contiguous (Windows Installer ISOs and VHDs don't need to be contiguous).
  • For Win 7/8/10 Install ISOs you may need to use a removable USB drive to avoid 'CD/DVD drive driver required' error (see here for workarounds). You can check what type of USB Flash drive you have (Fixed or Removable) by using RMPrepUSB. If you update to E2B v1.A8 or later a Fixed-disk E2B drive may work without needing a helper USB flash drive.
  • Many Windows Install ISOs require you to specify a Product Key or you will get a 'licence' error - even Evaluation versions which do not normally require a Product Key will give an error unless you specify the correct evaluation Product Key (tip: install it using some other method, e.g. Rufus or .imgPTNf file, and then use ProduKey to find out what key it used).
  • The .isoPE and .isoPE01 file extensions require a Removable E2B drive or an extra WINHELPER USB Flash drive.
  • If using an E2B hard disk and you have 'DVD driver' problems, convert Windows Installer Vista/7/8/10 ISO files to FAT32 .imgPTN files.
  • Try a USB 2.0 port if the correct USB 3.0 drivers are not contained in the ISO (Win7 and some linux ISOs may not contain correct USB controller drivers for modern chipsets).
  • Windows 7 does not contain modern USB drivers and so may not 'see' the USB drive once you boot to Setup.
  • Keep all files within the first 137GB if using a large USB drive (due to a common BIOS bug)
  • You cannot UEFI-boot directly from an ISO file using grub4dos\E2B menu. To UEFI-boot, use a .imgPTN partition image file or the grub2 menu system.
  • Special instructions for Windows 7 64-bit UEFI booting here
  • See FAQ  page for more 'gotchas' and issues.


The entries in bold type below have been tested by me personally.

List 1a - Normal MBR booting (not UEFI)

  1. WINDOWS INSTALLER ISOs - Windows Server 2003, XP Home/Pro use \_ISO\WINDOWS\XP folder.
  2. XP 32-bit ISOs these unmodified MS XP ISOs work OK with E2B and are recommended: 
    updated 2013 32-bit XP Install_ISO, 
    en_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86 _cd_vl_x14-73974.iso
    ater ISOs had problems when tested and would not fully install - e.g. Jan_2019 and June 2019.
    ISOs that are larger >1GB or 
    that contain a $OEM$ folder may not work.
  3. For XP Pro+POS SP3 2019-03-16 or Zone94 2020-01-18 use WinSetupFromUSB to make a USB Flash drive and then use the MPI Tool Kit to make a partition image .imgPTN file from the Flash drive (say Yes to combine menu.lst files).
  4. XP 64-bit here. Note E2B+DPMS only has 32-bit disk drivers - make sure you have '64' in the filename - installs to systems with IDE Hard disks only (not SATA/SCSI/RAID unless ISO has integrated 64-bit Mass Storage drivers).
  5. POSReady 2009  - Does not work as .ISO - Trial product Key D4GQ7-HG48K-7YP6R-6JM4C-33FMQ. Read instructions at "\_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files\Windows\POS2009_ReadMe.txt" - see blog post here.
  6. POS2009 - rename .iso to \_ISO\MAINMENU\POS2009.isowinv (or copy iso file to \_ISO\WINDOWS\XP folder) and extract whole ISO to root of USB drive - see \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files\Windows\POS2009_ReadMe.txt for more details.
  7. Windows 7 ISO - Win 7 Pro download, Win 7 Ult,  Win7 Dell Ultimate O EM download.
  8. Windows Server 2003 Installer X13-04874.img - rename to .iso (use '2K3' in filename - e.g. Windows2K3.iso) and place in the \_ISO\WINDOWS\XP folder and treat as if installing XP. Usually will work using the DPMS2 mass storage drivers for XP. 
  9. Windows Server 2013 - see blog post here
  10. Windows 98 Install ISO - rename to .isoDOS01 - CD files will be on B: drive. See RMPrepUSB Tutorial 117 - see blog post here. Can also make a .imgPTN file. YouTube video.
  11. Windows ME Install ISO - rename to .isoDOS01 - CD files will be on B: drive. See RMPrepUSB Tutorial 117 - see blog post here. Can also make a .imgPTN file.
  12. Tablet PC 2005 (XP SP2) and Media Center Installer ISO(s) - see blog post here.
  13. GXP SP3 2016 By Computer Media.iso - this is a heavily modified XP install ISO which includes drivers and POS2009 fix + hacks. Copy .ISO file to both \_ISO\MAINMENU (rename as .isomemwinv) and \_ISO\WINDOWS\XP folder (keep as .iso). Run Step 1 from the .isomemwinv file in MainMenu and after reboot run Step 2 from Windows Install menu - 'XP Step 2 >512MB'. If there is a Mass Storage Driver problem, try running both Step 1 and Step 2 from the Windows Install menu with DPMS (but some final auto-install features may not fully work and you may need to press ESC to skip a driver file copy in Step 1). See also Gold_XP_2016_Install.mnu in Sample mnu files folder.
  14. Windows 2000 ISOs are not directly supported - you can however make a WinSetupFromUSB flash drive for Win2K - test it - and then convert the flash drive to a .imgPTN image for use with E2B.
  15. Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Server 2012, Multipoint Server, Server 2K8R2, Windows 10, Server 2016 - must be copied to the correct \_ISO\WINDOWS\xxx folder. For Win8/8.1/10 you may need to specify the correct Product Key or you may get a 'license' error or some other error. Place Windows Multipoint Server ISOs in SVR2K8R2 folder.
    If using a Fixed-disk type of E2B USB drive, a WinHelper Flash drive is sometimes also required for Vista/7/8/10 - OR - convert to a .imgPTN file using the MPI Tool Kit. E2B v1.8A+ versions usualy work without requiring a WinHelper flash drive.
    If non-standard Vista/7/8/10 ALL-IN-ONE (AIO) ISOs, monkrus ISOs, WinPE, Windows Repair and Microsoft Deployment Tool (MDT) ISOs do not work correctly as a .ISO file then convert them to a .imgPTN file using the MPI Tool Kit (use FAT32 if possible for UEFI boot support). 
    Note: Some Windows Installer ISOs (Vista/7/8/10) that don't require a Product Key may 'just work' if place them in any 'normal' payload folder - e.g. \_ISO\MAINMENU (E2B v1.8A+) - or convert them to .imgPTN files or add a 'WinHelper' USB Flash drive.
  16. Windows 8/10 Recovery - copy the "\_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files\Windows\Boot_Recovery_WIM.mnu" file to \_ISO\MAINMENU and you should be able to boot to the Recovery.wim file on any Windows 8/10 system disk without even needing a wim file on your E2B drive or a recovery partition on the target drive!
  17. Windows 7/8/10 Recovery or WinPE - use .iso or .iso01 - for WinPE's that require acccess to the WinPE CD after it has booted, if a removable USB E2B drive use .isoPE01. If based in WinBuilder, use .iso.
     .isoPE/.isoPE01 may require a Removable E2B drive or a WinHelper USB Flash drive so that the ISO is loaded as a virtual drive  - if you have a USB HDD E2B drive, try converting to a .imgPTN file.
  18. Windows 7/8/10 OS WinToGo .VHD or .VHDX files - the file does not need to be contiguous and can be on another partition (v1.69+) - for instructions see blog post here and for a really easy method - see here. Quick instructions for CSM\MBR booting: use WinToUSB to make a bootable USB WinToGo drive  (using a VHD) - boot from the USB drive and complete Windows Setup - copy VHD file to E2B's \_ISO\WIN folder. Also try .vhdfira and .vhdboot file extensions if VHD contains bootmgr and BCD.
  19. WindowsXPToGo from a .VHD file, rename to .VHDBOOT - see Tutorial 110. Also try .vhdfira file extension.
  20. Windows 7/8/10 single-image PE3 .WIM files - e.g. Win8.1PESE boot.wim file - the file does not need to be contiguous and can be on another partition (v1.69+)
  21. WinBuilder Win7PE-based ISOs - always use E2B v1.90+ and .iso file extension - see blog here and instructions here
  22. Windows.7.SP1.Super.Lite.x86.v2.0.iso Win7 Lite install ISO - try .isope01 extension (requires USB Removable E2B flash drive or extra WinHelper Flash drive - must see blue console Window to load ISO as virtual drive)
  23. 'Windows 7 livecd from usb.iso' - you can also extract the boot.wim file and use that with E2B. For Hirens\HBCD menu, extract the \HBCD folder to the E2B drive, or add \Hiren.iso to the root of the E2B drive (should contain \HBCD\HBCDMenu.exe and\or \HBCD\PStart.exe).
  24. PicoXP
  25. raring-dvd-i386.iso Edubuntu 13.04 Alpha 1 Test Build
  26. systemrescuecd-x86-3.1.2.iso 4.9.0  SystemRescueCD - for persistence see blog post
  27. xbmcbuntu xbmcbuntu-12.00-RC1.Intel-NVIDIA.iso (use .mnu file for persistence)
  28. AVG Rescue CD 120.120823 AVG Rescue Toolki t CD
  29. AVG Rescue USB ZIP file -  avg_arl_cdi_all_120_15081 4a10442.iso  see Sample mnu Files\linux\AVG_Rescue_USB.mnu will support updates - or drag-and-drop onto MPI_FAT32 if you have a Removable USB E2B drive. Test using a real-system and not a VM. The large \arl_rootfs.ext2 file must be located on the root folder of a Removable USB Flash drive (if using an E2B HDD, move the file \arl_rootfs.ext2 onto the WinHelper or any Removable USB flash drive and connect both E2B USB HDD and removable USB Flash drive before booting from a real system).
  30. Kaspersky Rescue CD Kaspersky Rescue Disk ISO here (see blog here for persistent updates and UEFI booting)
  31. Bitdefender Rescue CD 2.0.0 Bitdefender ISO here  (.mnu for persistence only works for older ISOs - persistence not available on newer 2013+ ISOs - use .imgPTN file and UEFI Clover boot for persistent updates)
  32. Dr Web AV CD, drweb-livedisk-900-cd.iso, drweb-livecd-602.iso. DrWeb900_2018_Persistent.mnu persistence file also available in Sample mnu Files folder (E2B v1.A1+) or use the .isopersist file extension for persistence (E2B v1.98+).
  33. Rising AV CD
  34. VBA Rescue CD
  35. EScan Toolkit 
  36. Anvi Rescue Disk 11 Rescue.iso
  37. Panda Safe CD Panda Security ISO here (if display problems type live vga=ask in very first menu)
  38. GParted Live CD 0.14.0-1 gparted-live-0.30.0-1-amd64.iso Gnome Partition Editor ISO here
  39. PartedMagic (pmagic) 2012_11_30, 2012_11_30.iso, 2013_05_01.iso, pmagic_2014_09_29.iso, pmagic_2016_07_12.iso Parted  Magic - see blog here and sample .mnu files if Live Session save feature is wanted + language settings. Alternative: for Live Session, hold down SHIFT key before pressing ENTER key (dummy xxx.SQFS file required on USB drive in \pmagic\modules folder - must be all uppercase - same as in ISO). 
  40. Partition Wizard Bootable CD 7.6.1  
  41. Partition Wizard Home/Free Edition pwhe78.iso 
  42. EaseUS Todo Backup Free 5.0 EaseUS Todo Backup Free ISO here  Tip: use file extension .isoBF to remove 'Press any key to boot from CD' prompt.
  43. EaseUS Disk Copy Free 2.3.1 EaseUS Disk Copy Features ISO here
  44. EaseUS ToDo Emergency Disk
  45. EaseUS Partition Master Pro boot iso (tip: Use .isoBF to prevent the 'Press any key to boot from CD or DVD' prompt.)
  46. Darik's Boot And Nuke 2.2.7, 2.3.0 Darik's Boot and Nuke (DBAN) ISO here - dban_auto_wipe.mnu in Sample mnu files\other folder - DBAN will wipe USB drives so remove E2B drive as DBAN starts to boot. DBAN v2.3.0 should not autowipe USB drives.
  47. Ophcrack XP Live CD 3.4.0 ophcrack-notables-livecd-3.6.0.iso Ophcrack sourceforge ISO here .mnu file available in \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files\Windows Password folder - if using ISO file must extract top-level \tables folder to USB:\tables folder on USB drive.  Extra instructio ns here
  48. Ophcrack Vista/7 Live CD 3.4.0 Ophcrack sourceforge ISO here  .mnu file available in \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files\Windows Password folder - if using ISO file must extract top-level \tables folder to USB:\tables folder on USB drive. No USB 3.0 drivers in 2014 versions - use USB 2.0 ports. No exFAT (FAT32/NTFS is OK)  Extra instructions here
  49. KonBoot 2/1.1 Piotrbania Kon-Boot [1.1 Fre eISO h ere] (requires .mnu file FD0-konboot-v1.1-2in1.mnu from \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files\Windows Password folder). See blo gfor details and video. For a KonBoot floppy disk image, try the extension .imgfdhd01. You can also make a FAT32 .imgPTN directly from a KonBoot flash drive (for UEFI-booting, make sure you also copy the whole \EFI folder too). Note: licensed versions are locked to the Serial number, vendor and product ID of the USB drive.
  50. Offline NT Password & Registry Editor 110511 140201 Pogostick Offline NT Password & Registry Editor ISO here
  51. Ubuntu 12.10, 13.04 Ubun tu & Ca nonical ISOs h ere - use .mnu file to run with persistence. For Install use  'mount /dev/sdb4 /cdrom' in shell then exit and detect CD-ROM. Use the .isopersist file extension for persistence. Note: USB boot bug with some 64-bit Ubuntu-based distros and some Gigabyte boards - see FAQ list for details.
  52. HDT 0.5.2 HDT  ISO here CORE3HDT CORE3_Hardware_Detection_Tool.iso
  53. Memtest86+ 
  54. Memtest86 passmark version (recommended)  5.1.0 (tip: for UEFI booting convert the ISO to a .imgPTN file)
  55. WebConverger 16.0 Boots to a web browser - has linux parameter bootfrom=removable so only works on removable USB unless you edit the command line menu item to remove that parameter. See WebConverger.mnu for booting ISO from USB HDD and blog post.
  56. LPS DoD
  57. Microsoft Windows Memory Diagnostic windiag.iso (made by mtinst.exe)
  58. PING 3.02  - pdf manual - details on advanced menu for backup here
  59. HDDGuru MHDD mhdd32ver4.6.iso,  Magic_Boot_Disk_ISO_v2.0.iso (DOS based but works for non-SATA drives) - for floppy image use .IMA file extension.
  60. BootMed
  61. Puppy Linux Precise ISO precise-5.4.3.iso  Lucid Puppy Linux 5.1 - try .isopup file extension for variety of different systems (for Save/persistence on USB Flash Drive you need the Puppy_Precise_USB_Flash_Persistence.mnu file, for USB HDD you need Puppy_Precise_USB_HDD_Persistence .mnu).
    For Legacy OS 2.1, you need to make a FAT32 .imgPTN file from the ISO, then edit the new \syslinux.cfg file inside the image to use PMEDIA=usbflash instead of PMEDIA=idehd. It will then boot from a USB drive. Note: To boot under a VM, you need to delete the PMEDIA=usbflash or, if that doesn't work, use PMEDIA=satahd or PMEDIA=idehd depending on what controller you have configured the USB drive under. You may find it usefull to increase the size of the .imgPTN to allow puppy to save files to the partition.
    Install Puppy to HDD - before start install - in Terminal type mkdir /cdrom mount /dev/sdb4 /cdrom (where sdb is the USB drive). This mounts the ISO as the cdrom so it can be found by the installer. Do not create a Save file and copy .sfs from CDROM when requested on shutdown.
  62. Knoppix V7.05 KNOPPIX_V7.0.5CD-2012-12-21-EN.iso, KNOPPIX_V7.2.0DVD-2013-06-16-EN.iso - To add Persistence - see here
  63. SeaTools  Seagate HDD DOS ISO SeaToolsDOS223ALL.ISO (Press I for Ignore if using an emulator) (will test non-Seagate disks too).
  64. WD Drive Fitness Test dft32_v416_b00.iso
  65. Acronis True Image 2013 & 2014 & 2016 ISOs  - if boot problems try .isogrub file extension E2B v1.B6+ (useful how to use Acronis here)
  66. Acronis Backup 11 - if WinPE-based, use .isoPE01 and a Removable E2B drive, else use .imgPTN file.
  67. Tails v3.16 For a USB 'Removable' Flash drive just use the .ISO file  (https://t ails - Note: If booting from an E2B USB HDD/Fixed-disk or Virtual Machine testing convert the ISO to a .imgPTN file using latest MPI Tool Kit. See also here and blog post here (persistence is not allowed on the boot volume). Test on a REAL system (not a VM).
  68. BackTrack 5
  69. Mepis 11.0.12 SimplyMEPIS-1.5G_11.0.12_32.iso (SimplyMEPIS-1.5G_11.9.86_32.iso MEPIS 12 BETA requires a menu file to add 'fromhd' parameter - e.g. \ISO\docs\Sample mnu files folder as SimplyMEPIS-1.5G_11.9.86_32.mnu). Note: antiX MX-15 x64 does not seem to detect UASP USB HDD devices at boot time - works OK from a Removable flash drive or non-UASP HDD. Persistence .mnu available. Use F4 and F5 to make a persistence file (allow it to change E2B volume label to MX-Persist if you will use it a lot).
  70. ArchLinux 2012.12.01 archlinux-2017.10.01-x86_64
  71. Rescatux 0.30.2 ISO here  rescatux_cdrom_usb_hybrid_i386_amd64-486_0.30.2_sg2d.iso  rescatux-0.40b11.iso
  72. MultiSystem 12.04 ms_lts_precise_r6.iso
  73. Ylmf OS - Start OS (press F2 for English when main menu displays)
  74. Linux Mint 14 Nadia linuxmint-14.1-cinnamon-dvd-32bit.iso - for persistence use the .mnu file in the Samples folder. 17 Qiana Mate LiveCD, 17.1 Mint Rebecca 64-bit, lmde-2-201503-mate-32bit_Persistent.mnu. Use the .isopersist file extension for persistence.
  75. g4l
  76. finnix 
  77. android_x86 android-x86-4.3-20130725.iso, android-x86-4.4-RC1.iso (for persistence use the android_x86 sample .mnu file - see blog here)
  78. pclinuxo s-kde-fullmonty-2012.09.iso  pclinuxos-mate-2014.12.iso, Full Monty pclinux KDE4 3.9GB (works from FAT32 or NTFS USB drive)
  79. lglive-0.9.7-i686-hybrid-lite.iso live linux gamers iso
  80. Zorin zorin-os-6.2-core-32.iso,  does not boot from a VM!!! - must use real system! (persistent .mnu files available). zorin-os-9.1-core-64.iso will boot from VM and real system on E2B. zorin-11 (for full install to E2B drive - see blog). Use the .isopersist file extension for persistence.
  81. openSUSE-12.3-GNOME-Live-i686.iso, openSUSE-13.1-Rescue-CD-i686.iso, 13.2-KDE-Live-x86_64.iso. The LiveDVD ISOs require a .mnu file or a .imgPTN file (they do not just work!)  e.g. openSUSE-Edu-li-f-e.x86_64-42.1.1.iso - see blog post. TumbleWeed Install and LiveCD ISOs just work as .ISO (boot issues fixed!).
  82. Fedora Fedora-18-i686-Live-LXDE.iso  (to boot from Fedora 18 LXDE ISO with persistence, download the Fedora_Persistent.mnu file in \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files folder - FAT32 only)
  83. Lightweight Portabile Security ISO LPS-1.4.0_public.iso LPS-1.6.4_public.iso
  84. MiniTool Partition Wizard Free boot CD or use install the application and make your WinPE versions.
  85. Boot It bare Metal - BootIt.iso
  86. Linux Secure Remix Boot  (linux-secure-12.10.10-32bit)
  87. Boot-Repair boot-repair-disk.iso boot repair disk 64bit.iso - tip: to avoid it 'repairing' the MBR on the E2B USB drive, disconnect the E2B USB drive as soon as you reach the Desktop. To fix a non-bootable E2B USB drive, use RMPrepUSB - Install grub4dos - Yes=MBR.
  88. Kali  kali-linux-1.0.2-i386.iso  (with persistence if use .mnu file).
    To Install to a disk from the ISO, if the 'CD-ROM' source is not detected try unplugging and re-connecting the USB drive - OR - choose 'No' 'No' , then pick the Shell menu option and type ls /dev/ to find the USB 4th partition sdx4 (usually sdb4) and then type mount -t iso9660 -o ro /dev/sdb4 /cdrom and check if successful using mount command - then type exit and proceed with install using /dev/cdrom device. 
    For Kali v2 Install - Load CD-ROM drivers=NO, Manually select CD-ROM - YES, Module needed for accessing CD-ROM - none - then specify \dev\sdb4 (depending on USB drive letter).
    For Kali v1.0.7 with LUKS encrypted persistence, use the .mnu file (see blog). Kali can be fully installed to a .imgPTN file - see here.
    Note: You can boot Kali from a write-protected E2B drive (uses ISOBOOT feature).
  89. TinyCore-current.iso
  90. Core-current.iso
  91. CorePlus-current.iso
  92. CoreOS Production ISO image
  93. grml64-small_2012.05.iso grml-full_2013.02.iso
  94. inx-1.1.iso
  95. ttylinux-x86_64-16.0.iso
  96. Windows Defender Offline ISO  (download the latest mpam-fe.exe update and place in the root of the USB drive)
  97. HP Vision Diagnostic ISO - E2B fixed or Removable drivecopy all folders except  \BOOT and \SOURCES to the root of the E2B USB drive and boot from ISO. For a Removable E2B drive just use .isoPE for WinPE diagnostic only. Can also try .isoPECD.  HP Vision Diagnostics 3-in-1 ISO  sp78883, sp81373.
  98. Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3Win32_WDE_Recovery.iso  (rename .isowinv)
  99. easypeasy 1.6 (for netbooks)  site 
  100. RIPLinux 13.7 ISO RIPLinuX-11.7.iso
  101. Gentoo install-x86-minimal-20130423.iso (see sample mnu files for gentoo+persistence and blog)
  102. Avira AntiVir Rescue System - rescue_system-common-en.iso, Restore CD SATA.iso, Rescue_system.iso (Oct 2013).-  try .iso01 file extension if problems seeing internal HDD. For persistence use same casper-rw method as for Ubuntu - however AV updates cannot be made persistent.  Use the .isopersist file extension for persistence.
  103. Joli OS ISO - web browser OS
  104. LSoft ActiveBootDisk.iso [email protected] Boot Disk 11  - Must make the ISO using the utility. Use .iso or .isodefault extension. Extract the BOOTDISK.KEY, _bootDisk.ini files from the ISO and put them in the root of the E2B USB drive or will get Serial Key prompt. If licensed version, you may need other files too - e.g. bootcat.ini.
  105. Mandriva mandriva-linux-PWP-2011-i586.iso - use as .iso - I got the 'No CDROM device found' message - but if you continue you can load the ISO....OK, Which driver should I try to gain MEDIA access? ---> Cancel, Please choose installation method. ---> Hard disk, Please select the disk containing the copy of the Mandriva linux Distribution ---> sdb, Please select partition ---> sdb4, Please enter directory ---> / . Alternatively use the mandriva-linux-PWP-2011-i586.mnu file in \_ISO\docs folder.
  106. OpenMandriva v3 - OpenMandrivaLx.3.0-PLASMA.x86_64.iso - use OpenMandriva_3.mnu sample menu file - see blog post here.
  107. SMS Superb Mini Server (
  108. Bob  Omb's Win10PESE x64 iso - version 2 is designed to be run from a flat-file USB drive, so you must convert to .imgPTN. Version 3 will run as .iso or can convert to FAT32 .imgPTN file for UEFI and persistence.
  109. Win10586PESE-x64 winpese-x64_16.07.07.iso
  110. AIO Boot XP.wim - improved Hirens miniXP - download from here - see blog post here.
  111. Falcon F4's UBCD - see Hirens page here
  112. Hirens 8~15.2 HBCD - see Hirens page here
  113. Hirens Boot CD PE x64 - v1.0.1 - use .isodef64 or can just extract .wim file from ISO.
  114. DLCD DLCBOOT 2019 - see Hirens page h e re  - for DLC Boot 2016 3.2 - use .iso file extension (but only use one DLC ISO per E2B drive) else use .imgPTN.
  115. Hirens UBCD , Ultimate Boot CD 5.1.1, 5.2.3,5.2.2/5.2.8/5.2.9 UBCD537.iso  Ultimate Boot CD ISO here  - (may get SQFS error under a VM unless set for linux OS - use REAL SYSTEM for testing Parted Magic - may get SQFS not found error under VM if CPU VT turned on)
  116. UBCD4Win.iso - rename to .isowinv (dban will only work on a real system) - recent versions may not boot to miniXP - use .imgPTN file.
  117. Sergei Strelec WinPE 2016.06.07 x86 x64 or Xemom1- use .isofira01 file extension for 32-bit WinPE or .isowin for Win10 x86\x64 wim files (or convert to FAT32 .imgPTN files). Note2020-09-21 has a missing firadisk driver - see comments!
  118. All In One System Rescue Toolkit - Paul Bryan Vreeland  (ISO) - AiO-SRT_ 2016-05-15  - 64-bit Ubuntu based (name as .iso64). AiO-SRT_2017-05-26.iso
  119. WinPE-Yol.iso - this is a WinBulder ISO, always use .iso file extension - see here for details.
  120. Gandalf's WinPE ISOs - Gandalfs Win8.1U1SE_x86 updateable final.ISO, Gandalfs Win8.1U1SE_x64 updateable final.ISO - Use E2B v1.90+. These are based on WinBuilder. Recent versions of Win10PE are intended to be extracted to a USB drive and not run as a DVD or ISO file, so convert the ISO to a .imgPTN file, however most apps will work if you keep the extension as .ISO (.isodefault will not work) - see WinBuilder page. Can also UEFI-boot if you make a .imgPTN file from them - see blog post. Note: Gandalf PEs require lots of RAM (2GB+). Tip: If booting as .iso, run as .isoBF first to remove 'Press a key to boot from CD or DVD' prompt.
  121. Medicat  MediCat DVD ISO contains MSDaRT and WinBuilder WinPEs - use .iso file extension. If some systems that give a BSOD 0x000000A5 ACPI error, repeatedly press the F7 function key when it prompts you to press F6 as it boots to XP PE. Medicat.4.23.2016.iso. To run Chrome and some other programs in MiniWindows 10, convert the ISO file to a .imgPTN file (use syslinux v6 or v4 or v5 - do not use v3 or will not boot to Medicat menu). Medicat.17.04.01.iso. Medicat 2018 and later versions require conversion to FA32 .imgPTN for WinPE - see blog here Medicat 18.10 bugfixes, etc. (syslinux v6 - see he re).
       Medicat USB -  comes with windows 10 + Linux environment + portable tools. Extract files using .imgPTN
       Medicat USB Naked - comes with just windows 10 and Linux with no portable tools. Extract files using .imgPTN
       Medicat Windows 10 - comes with the mini windows 10 and the portable tools
       Medicat Windows 10 Naked -  comes just with windows 10 and nothing else.
  122. GeexBox GeexBox-3.0-i386.iso - required rootfs file to be extracted from the ISO and placed in root of the USB drive. .mnu available for persistence
  123. GeekSquad GS MRI 5.7.2.iso -  for MRI PE: use 7Zip to extract 8 folders: \Compression utilities, \Diagnostics, \Disk Management, \Malware, \Web Browsers, \Windows tools , \MRI , \sources and the \mri.exe file to root of E2B drive. Use Daemon Tools Pro or similar utility to delete the first 7 folders from the 1.2GB ISO and re-save the ISO to reduce it to 184MB. For MRI_5_10_2.ISO use .isoPE01CD file extension (v1.81+) or the MRI_5_10_2_Geek_Squad.mnu sample mnu file if Removable USB drive or convert to .imgPTN file if Fixed Disk USB drive.
  124. Phanton Clone 1.5.0 (
  125. GoldMemory test ( - CDROM.ISO or FLOPPY.IMG
  126. iBoot (
  127. PING 3.02 (
  128. System rescue CD 3.4.2 (https://www.sysresccd... scueCd_Homepage), 6.0.3 see blog post - UEFI+MBR+persistence.
  129. Spotmau Boot Suit 2011 (https://www.spotmau.c.../bootsuite.html), for WinPE based version (2012) try .isoPE01 file extension.
  130. SpinRite - .iso or if .exe then add to a DOS floppy image .ima file (e.g. extract .ima file from \_ISO\DOS\MNU\Freedos288.IMA.gz, mount FreeDos_Full.ima using ImDisk, add in SpinRite.exe, unmount drive) - OR - copy SpinRite.exe to root of E2B USB drive and boot to DOS Menu - FreeDos and run C:\SpinRite.exe.
  131. 4mlinux
  132. brlix https://www.
  133. hdat2  - Disk util  hdat2cd_60b4.img  (don't use iso)
  134. Slitaz slitaz-cooking.iso slitaz-4.0.iso, slitaz-rolling.iso
  135. Debian 7 (NetInstall, Small/Tiny, Live) KDE, Gnome, LXDE, XFCE, Standard, Rescue) - debian-7.1.0-i386-netinst.iso - when prompted for CD-ROM, select 'none' and enter in path of \dev\sdb4 (if  USB is 2nd drive in system). Debian 8 Jessie CD ISO.
    To INSTALL, say 'No' to the 'Load CD-ROM drivers' question and  'Yes' to 'Manually select a CD-ROM module and device' - choose 'cdrom' and change the device path to /dev/sdX4  where X is the letter for the USB drive (e.g. /dev/sdb4 for a single-HDD PC). See h ere for more details.
    To install from DVD1 ISO debian-8.4.0-amd64-DVD-1.iso, see blog post here.
  136. Debian Live ISOs - for persistence, use the \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu Files\Linux\debian-live-8.1.0-amd64-mate-desktop_Persistent.mnu file (instructions inside). Blog post here.
  137. RIPLinux 13.7 (tiny x86 and x64)
  138. Endless OS - LiveCD eos-eos3.5-amd64-amd64.181116-185419.base.iso
  139. PassPass - grub4dos batch file which can patch a Windows DLL so that any user password will be accepted (by Holmes.Sherlock and co. at - See \_ISO\docs\PassPass folder on E2B drive or click here for payload and .mnu file (XP->Win10 E2B v1.87+). See blog here for more details. PEPassPass.exe for WinPE environment is available from Alternate Download Area.
  140. F-Secure Rescue CD (works on real system).
  141. LUbuntu 13.04 (for persistence use the lubuntu-13.04-desktop-i386.mnu file and follow the instructions inside it). Use the .isopersist file extension for persistence.
  142. KDENLive debian-live-dvd-20090704.x32.iso  
  143. bg-rescue 3.0
  144. JonDonym
  145. Mageia 3   Mageia-4.1-LiveCD-KDE4-en-i586-CD.iso Live boot OK and can install from Desktop icon OK. See below for Mageia 3 install workaround. Mageia-5.1-LiveDVD-KDE4-x86_64-DVD.iso
  146. Slax - slax-English-UK-7.0.8-x86_64.iso  (use a .mnu file provided and extracted ISO contents if you require persistence - FAT32 only)
  147. AX64 Time Machine Recovery Media  ISO file
  148. VMWare ESXi 5.1 ISO, VMware-VMvisor-Installer-6.0.0-2494585.x86_64.iso
  149. CentOS ISOs - use the .isoforce file extension if it is an old ISO. CentOS-6.4-i386-LiveCD.iso and CentOS-6.4-x86_64-netinstall.iso works, CentOS-6.4-x86_64-bin-DVD1.iso boots but install doesn't work even if choose \dev\sdb4 for install source. CentOS-6.5-i386-LiveCD.iso,  CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1511.iso - LiveCD and install 'just work' as .iso file (FAT32&NTFS).
  150. G Data AntiVirus BootMedium 2014 from here. Login required for operation.
  151. WiFiSlax wifislax-4-7-2-final.iso wifislax64-1.1.iso (tested from an NTFS E2B Flash drive) NOTE: Wifislax seems to ignore USB HDDs - you can only boot from a Removable drive such as a CD\DVD or USB Flash drive.
  152. Clonezilla ISOs - blog post here
  153. Pear OS 8 (Pear Linux)
  154. Avast! rescue-disk.iso - Must use a removable flash drive (or you will get Drive A: error on boot). Extract \rescue folder from .iso file and copy to \rescue on E2B drive. Copy rescue-disk.iso file to \_ISO\MAINMENU folder. Blog post here
  155. HitManPro KickStart ISO - see blog post here for E2B+HitManPro - also see Tutorial 119.
  156. m0n0wall 1.34 CD-RO M
  157. Manjaro ISOs, Manjaro manjaro-xfce-17.0.1-stable-x86_64.iso - use 'From CD/DVD/ISO' or 'From USB' option in Manjaro menu
  158. CrunchBang crunchbang-11-20130506-i686 ISO Live boot works fine - use  'mount /dev/sdb4 /cdrom' if installing from the ISO to another disk - see Kali instructions above for more details. Use the crunchbang-11-20130506-i686.txt in \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu files folder for a suitable .txt file for the ISO. Blog post here
  159. AlphaOS - alphaos_14.3-20140109.iso tested.
  160. Norton Bootable Recovery Tool NBRT.iso - use file extension of .isoPE and test using a Removable Flash drive on a real system (not a VM). Iflinux based use .iso or .isodef.
  161.  Paladin - PALADIN_5.01.iso  free Forensics ISO - Quick Start Guide PDF 500 500 500
  162. SIFT - SIFT_WORKSTATION_2.14_INSTALL_DVD_rev2.iso (password=forensics)
  163. Raptor 3.0
  164. XiaopanOS lightweight wireless security pentesting. ISOs tested. (see Tutorial 99 for persistence - must use FAT32 E2B drive. Use Ctrl-panel - Backup Settings to change from sdb4 to sdb1). See also .mnu file for persistence with an NTFS E2B USB drive (not required if FAT32) and blog entry here.
  165. Pentoo pentoo-i686-2013.0_RC1.9.iso pentoo-amd64-default-2015.0_RC5.iso (for persistence see this blog post)
  166. BlankOnLinux BlankOn-9.0-desktop-i386.iso
  167. LXLE Desktop lxle32.iso
  168. Makulu Linux MakuluLinux_Xfce_5.iso
  169. Scientific Linux  SL-65-x86_64-2014-02-06-LiveMiniCD.iso
  170. Elementary OS elementaryos-stable-i386.20130810.iso elementaryos-0.3.2-stable-amd64.20151209_Persistent.mnu file available. Tip: To download for free, enter 0 in Custom amount box! Use the .isopersist file extension for persistence.
  171. RedHat Install ISO  (e.g. rhel-server-5.7-i386-dvd.iso) Later versions (e.g. v7) should just work from a .iso file - for older versions, use special RedHat.mnu file. Requires a FAT32 partition on the E2B USB drive to work (there is a workaround for NTFS E2B drives too). See my blog post and Tutorial #120. For Install, easiest is to convert redhat ISO to FAT32 .imgPTN file using MakePartImage MPI_FAT32 shortcut.
  172. Porteus with persistence - use the Porteus-generic-persistent.mnu file and see blog post here
  173. Partition Magic ISO - use .isoDOS file extension, on booting to DOS, pmagic and ghost will be on drive B: - see blog post here
  174. CAINE C.A.IN.E
  175. Webconverger 23 - German version 'Banking-Stick.iso here
  176. ProxMox VE 3.2 Installer ISO proxmox-ve_3.4-102d4547-6.iso - it will fail to find the CD-ROM - type fdisk -l to find the 4th USB partition (e.g. \dev\sdb4), then type mount /dev/sdb4 /mnt  and  chroot /mnt sbin/ (or use ProxMox.mnu sample .mnu file in docs folder). See blog here for details for NTFS E2B USB drive. For proxmox v4.4 use the ProxMox4.mnu file in the Sample mnu Files folder.
  177. Windows Password Buster After installation the WindowsPasswordBuster.iso file will be in the C:\Program Files (x86)\PasswordBuster folder. Copy this to the \_ISO\MAINMENU folder.
  178. Windows Password UnLocker After installation the PasswordUnlocker.iso file will be in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Password Unlocker" folder. Copy this to the \_ISO\MAINMENU folder.
  179. antergos-2013.11.17-x86_64.iso  antergos-17.10-x86_64.iso
  180. Damn Small  Linux -  e.g. dsl-4.11.rc2.iso (use real machine), dsl-4.11.rc1.iso use the initrd versions which embeds the normally-separate cloop image into the initrd image - other versions may not boot depending on your system or emulator - e.g. dsl-4.4.10-initrd.iso works in VBox but dsl-4.4.10.iso, dsl-4.4.10-syslinux.iso, dsl-4.11.rc2-syslinux.iso and dsl-4.11.rc2.iso do not work in VBOX as looks for USB boot media (but work under QEMU!). 
  181. AOSS - PC Tools (Symantec) Alternate Operating System and Scanner + Tools - must copy to root of USB drive and use AOSS.mnu file.
  182. MenuetOS  Extract the .img file and copy it to the \_ISO\MAINMENU folder.  - see blog here
  183. escanrd.iso - escan rescue disk iso
  184. ThinStation ISO installer TS-5.2.1-Installer-0428.iso
  185. Handy Linux (French/English) HandyLinux-1.5-686.iso
  186. Comodo Rescue Disk ISO comodo_rescue_disk_2.0.261647.1.iso
  187. FarStone DriveClone 10 Recovery Manager DC-10-GM-En-20130808.ISO
  188. KolibriOS (tiny OS written in assembler - very fast to load, text-based web browser included + games) .iso or .img works on real system - see blog here
  189. antiX - does not work under VM as needs a 'real' USB drive. - Persistence .mnu file available in E2B v1.51 and later. Tip: If running from a VM, hold down the SHIFT key when selecting the AntiX ISO to run ISOBOOT or add from=hd,usb to the kernel parameters. See also blog post here. For MX-15, etc. see 'Mepis'.
  190. slacko slackware-14.1-install-d1.iso slacko-6.3.2-uefi.iso - slackware64-live-mate-current.iso with persistence see blog post here.
  191. Fedora Live Sugar-on-a-Stick Fedora-Live-SoaS-i686-20-1.iso
  192. Panda Cloud AV Cleaner - ISO here . See blog here.
  193. BlackOpal32 (Ubuntu based)
  194. NAS4Free LiveCD ISO used to work (latest versions don't work as .iso - e.g. NAS4Free-x64-LiveCD- and v10 too) - but you can use .imgPTN files - see here for details.
  195. Genie Disaster Recovery ISO Genie_DR.iso 
  196. Deft 8.1 ISO
  197. Watt OS R8  .iso on real system (does not boot in a VM)
  198. Asus EeePC Linux EeePC_1.7-2009-04-14_17-58.iso - Live or Install from this ISO various 700/701/900/904/1000/S101 models. See also Tutorial 123.
  199. Scraper.bin - Cold Boot Attack to dump memory data to a USB drive - see Tutorial 124 for details
  200. FatDog (Puppy) linux ISOs (try .isopup to enable Save feature if present)
  201. Active KillDisk - KillDisk_Console.iso
  202. Bohdi linux ISO
  203. W.T.E. Forensic Triage  restricted ISO for police forensic work (WinPE) (make \WTE.ini file containing text - [IsoInfo] on line 1 and then IsoName=/_ISO/MAINMENU/WTE_Boot_2.1.6.iso on line 2)
  204. Desinfect 2014 and 2015 - boots from ISO file - also a .mnu file is available for persistence (but virus definition updates are not persistent). Also Desinfect+Peristent Virus Updates for 2014-2017 - see blog her e. Laura reports Desinfect 2016 works + persistence. Desinfect 2017_18 iso with updates.
  205. Paragon Rescue Kit (free)  and Paragon Backup and Recovery (Media Builder) or make Rescue ISO from Hard Disk Manager 16 - choose linux option or choose WinPE option and can run from the ISO file or you can extract the \sources\boot.wim file and copy that to the E2B drive. Convert to FAT32 .imgPTN for UEFI+MBR booting. Tip: Run the command 'start cmd' to get to cmd console. 
  206.  Peppermint  Use the .isopersist file extension for persistence. 
  207. Korora  For Persistence, follow Fedora instructionskorora-live-mate-25-x86_64.iso
  208. Solaris
  209. LXLE lxle-1404-64.iso  - use lxle-1404-64_Persistent.mnu if require persistence.
  210. linuxdeepin deepin_2014.1_i386.iso  tested
  211. Acronis Disk Director 12 (Emergency linux iso)
  212. PassCape Reset Windows Passwords
  213. PC_Login_Now_2.0.iso
  214. Windows Password Geeker ISO - install WPG to your Windows system, then copy the .iso file (which can be found in the same folder as the application) to the E2B USB drive. Note: Trial versions only lists user accounts (paid version can reset passwords).
  215. ArcaBit Rescue CD - arca-rescue.iso (updates are not persistent) - see below for special  menu for persistent updates.
  216. SolydX ISO - try Compatibility mode menu option if default option does not boot. (may not work on v. large USB HDDs???)
  217. OS X x86 Installers 'Hackintosh' (Yosemite-Zone.dmg 410 410 410 10.1.1 (5332012208 Bytes) - extract 1.hfs file iPortable Snow (USB), OSX-Mavericks.dmg 5,653,921,792 bytes) - E2B v1.62+ - see blog posts here and hereNote: This creates a 4th partition entry which you will need to delete each time you reboot to E2B. Tip: You can automatically delete ptn 4 by using a MyE2B.cfg file and adding the partnew command (see Sample_MyE2B.cfg for details). See OSX page here for more details.
  218. Eset System Rescue - edet-sysrescue. - if based on linux just add the .iso file to E2B (for persistent updates see  here). If based on WinPE see below. For ESET 2020 version see here.
  219. TrueCrypt Rescue.iso (as produced when you install TrueCrypt) - rename with .iso01 file extension. Also VeraCrypt Rescue Disk as .iso01.
  220. RoboLinuxx64  robolinux64-gnome-v7.7.2.iso
  221. Macpup Macpup_550 - use .isomacpup file extension or use Macpup_550.mnu menu file for save session function (edit filename in first 2 lines of .mnu file if required)
  222. Haiku   haiku-r1alpha4-anyboot.image - use the 'anyboot' image version not the anyboot ISO or raw versions (nightly builds are not in correct format) - rename from .image file extension to .haiku (E2B v1.62+) - e.g. haiku-r1alpha4-anyboot.haiku. Note: This creates a 4th partition entry which you will need to delete each time you reboot to E2B. Tip: You can automatically delete ptn 4 by using a MyE2B.cfg file and adding the partnew command (see Sample_MyE2B.cfg for details).
  223. Drive Image XML runtimelivecd.iso
  224. Liberte iso (see below for persistence using a .imgPTN file)
  225. lxle lxle-12045.iso 
  226. FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE-i386-bootonly.iso 8.1/8.2/8.3/8.4 bootonly i386  (v. 9 and later versions do not work - you must use the memstick.img version or hybrid .iso versions and use a .imgPTN file)
  227. FreeNAS-amd64-LiveCD- and .img.gz (newer versions may not boot - see blog post h ere)
  228. CDLinux CDlinux-
  229. Voyager Voyager-14.04.04-amd64.iso (use ubuntu 14.mnu  sample file for persistence).
  230. phinxdesktop  phinxdesktop-2012-64bit-beta1.iso
  231. chakra chakra-2015.03-euler-x86_64.iso
  232. Lazesoft Recovery Suite  .iso file (WinPE based) Home version is free.
  233. Active_10.0.1_BootMedia.ISO - Extract \BOOTDISK.KEY and \_bootDisk.ini from ISO and place in root of E2B USB drive. Place .ISO file in \_ISO\MAINMENU (or any other sub-menu).
  234. NetRunner 16 (Ozymandias)  19 (Blackbird) - see blog to add persistence.
  235. BartPE (and other XP-based PEs) - use .isomemF01 or .isomemwinv
  236. JustBrowsing .iso  - e.g. justbrowsing_20140808_chrome.iso - see also Sample mnu file for saving configuration in \_ISO\docs\Sample mnu Files folder.
  237. Slacko 5.7 (PuppyLinuxslacko-5.7-NO-pae.iso,  slacko64-6.3.0.isopup.  Try .isopup file extension to enable Save feature. To install to another drive from xorg, start Setup - Puppy Universal Installer from menu, select top root DIRECTORY as source. Does not work in VM.
  238. Boot-repair-disk-64.iso  Useful 600MB linux Ubuntu LiveCD ISO which can automatically repair systems which will no longer boot (linux\Windows\UEFI\MBR). 32-bit and 64-bit ISOs available here. Can also analyse and generate a report - e.g. example report here.
  239. Veeam Endpoint Backup Free Recovery ISO  - Tip: use extension .isoBF to remove the 'Press a key to boot from CD...' prompt
  240. Western Digital Data LifeGuard Diagnostics for HDD ISO (DOS) - DOSDLG.exe can be added to a FreeDOS floppy disk image .ima file or simply copy to your E2B drive and boot to the Utilities - FreedDOS floppy image and run it directly from the C: (USB) drive under FreeDos.
  241. Fujitsu Diagnostic test FJDT.exe - can be added to a FreeDOS floppy disk image .ima file or simply copy to your E2B drive and boot to the Utilities - FreedDOS floppy image and run it directly from the C: (USB) drive under FreeDos.
  242. Windows Boot Genius - Tenorshare_Windows_Boot_Genius.iso extracted from .exe download - rename as .isoPE01 (only works on Removable E2B Flash drives - else use .imgPTN file).
  243. FlashBoot Emergency Boot CD (EBCD) - reset Windows passwords, backup/restore offline, edit Windows registry offline, fix Windows boot problems, partition manager, etc. 
  244. SparkyLinux - will boot from a FAT32 E2B USB drive as an ISO file, or convert to a FAT32 .imgPTN file if your E2B drive is formatted as NTFS.
  245. Anti-Botnet Rescue D VD - PC-Welt Notfall (E mergency) DVD aka 'DE Cleaner' - Antibot-3.6.iso & 3.7 (English and German), scans an offline disk for infections, fixes boot problems, etc. pcwRescue54.iso. Notfall DVD 2019  use Safe Boot 1024x768 on VBox or will crash.
  246. Chromixium (now CubLinux) -  Chromixium-1.5-i386.iso (also persistent .mnu file available in Sample mnu files folder). CubLinux-1.0RC-amd64.iso (also a persistent .mnu sample file available). Use the .isopersist file extension for persistence.
  247. Alt-Linux regular-rescue-latest-x86_64.iso - to fully boot - when you reach the hard disk boot menu, use Cancel - then select Hard Disk - choose USb drive (e.g. sdb) - then choose partition 4 (=ISO file) - then enter / for root folder. It should then boot to the rescue console. See blog post.
  248. Q4OS q4os-live-2.0.2-i686pae.iso - also with persistence - see blog post.
  249. Toshiba BIOS update ISO - os2015206a_500.iso
  250. iPXE boo table iso  (also E2B v1.87 supports .KRN and .LKRN file extensions, so no need for whole ISO file)
  251. iPXE - iPXE.iso (see here for help)
  252. SmartKey Windows Password Recovery Ultimate 5.0.0 ISO - if you make the WinPE ISO (Advanced) use .isoPE file extension if E2B Removable drive or .imgPTN if E2B HDD.
  253. Zillya! LiveCD ISO  zlive_en.iso
  254. Ubuntu Malware Removal Toolkit  Ubuntu-MRT-vq-2.iso
  255. TrustPort Antivirus 2015 - TP_BartPE.iso - if problems try .isoPE01 file extension
  256. Norman Rescue  Disk - norman_rescue_disk.iso 
  257. Inquisitor   inq-live-3.1beta2-amd64-debian.iso  inq-live-3.1beta2-i386-debian.iso  (version 3.0 has a bug and does not work from USB)
  258. UBP Pro Win 10 PE Multiboot v0.7 Full [SadeemP C] - .isoPE01 if Removable USB drive, or convert to .imgPTN file.
  259. SteamOS - SteamOSDVD.iso - Always choose Expert Mode or will erase E2B drive! - if cannot find 'CD', exit to shell and type mount /dev/sdX4 cdrom (where X is USB drive). Easiest to erase all partitions and do clean install. See here for help.
  260. linuxbean Japanese-only Ubuntu based, fast linux
  261. DocMemory memory diagnostic - DOCMEM22.ISO
  262. archbang  - for persistence see Sample Mnu files example archbang-010316_persistent.mnu
  263. Super grub2 Rescue disk  super_grub2_disk_i386_pc_2.02s4.iso
  264. EasyRE Recovery Essentials NeoSmart Windows 7 and XP ISOs (for Win8 version, convert to .imgPTN using latest MPI Tool Kit, for Win10 kfreeBSD versions use the grub2 menu system - see also this blog post for a .imgPTN file for the Win10 version).
  265. Sophos Bootable AntiVirus ISO
  266. G-Data BootMedium CD - link here