Quick Setup Guide
1. Type of E2B Drive (Fixed v. Removable USB drive)
Note that some USB Flash drives can be very slow (even some 'fast' USB 3.0 ones such as Lexar P20!). I highly recommend the SanDisk Cru zer Extreme USB 3.0 Removable USB drive for E2B - but for larger sizes, speed and robustness, a cheap SSD HDD in a fast USB 3.0 non-UASP drive caddy is great!
I also highly recommend the IODD 2531 HDD enclosure - see blog post here.
2. Drive Size
4. Adding Payloads
- Always check the list here for your particular payload and any special instructions.
- Always run \MAKE_THIS_DRIVE_CONTIGUOUS.cmd before booting.
- If you want to UEFI-boot and MBR-boot, make a FAT32 .imgPTN file using the MPI Tool Kit.
- UEFI-booting will only work if the payload supports it and contains the UEFI-boot files.
- Booting a file as .ISO may not work correctly if you have a Fixed disk type of E2B USB drive.
- .imgPTN files will work on Removable or Fixed disks.
- Some payloads do not support UEFI-booting, but if you use the grub2 menu system, it is possible to UEFI-boot to many more linux ISOs.
All types of E2B drive (Removable and Fixed types):
Removable E2B drive:
Fixed E2B drive:
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Recommended for Easy2Boot (fastest!) - SanDisk Extreme SDCZ880-128G-G46
BitCoin also accepted.