How to use the E2B Menu
Menu Cursor keys
Initial letter hotkeys (AUTOMENU feature)
If a hotkey has been defined, it will override the initial-letter hotkey.
Some menu items may respond to a pre-defined hotkey, usually signified (by convention) with square brackets in the menu entry - e.g. [Ctrl+A] or [Alt+1].
When a menu hotkey is pressed, the new menu is immediately acted upon (you do not need to press the [Enter] key).
Tip: You can also define hotkeys which will be active in all menus (global hotkeys), by editing the \_ISO\MyE2B.cfg file (e.g. you can specify F9 to reboot the computer even if no menu item is present for it in the current menu).
[SHIFT]+[CTRL]+[ENTER] - E2B will calcutate and dispay the CRC32 value of the file before running it (useful for checking for a corrupt ISO but can be slow!). See also CRC check a file for corruption/infection.
Note: Because SCROLL LOCK may affect some boot loaders (e.g. isolinux/syslinux goes to shell and user must press ENTER to get menu), the SCROLL LOCK key status is always cleared by QRUN.g4b (you will see the SCROLL LOCK LED go out).
- Does not suffer from the 137GB sector limitation bug that is present in many BIOSes so the driver can access files past 137GB on the USB drive.
- Faster than most USB 2.0 BIOS drivers
- If you loaded E2B using Plop!, the Plop! read-only driver will be replaced by the grub4dos read/write driver.
Grub4dos menu hotkeys (SHIFT + b, c, e and p)
Note that if AUTOMENU is disabled by the MyE2B.cfg file, you do not need to press the SHIFT key.
grub4dos edit help text can then be seen if you press SHIFT-e to invoke the Grub4dos menu editor (after entering the password if required).
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