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E2B eBooks are available (complete course on making a multiboot USB drive+Installing Windows+UEFI multibooting without needing MBR-booting)! If you have read any of the eBooks, then tell us what you think of them.
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I am not in IT at all, but always used different boot CDs when dealing with my home PCs. As we are not in the 2000s anymore, i just had the idea to gather all of those boot systems and other utilities on one USB stick. When I searched for help, I had never dreamed of finding a utility as useful and well-built as E2B. For basic use, i set it up in a few minutes. Amazing work, thank you!
I purchased all three of your eBooks this morning and I'm so glad I did, it was the best $20 I spent in quite some time. I have been using E2B for many years and have been having a hard time trying to get a handle on having Win10XPE secure boot on my E2B sticks. The How to make a UEFI multi-boot Easy2Boot eBook and a few hours of reading and testing and I have already reached my goal. I can't even begin to guess how many hours I've wasted reading and testing various methods out there in the wild, Your book is just a wealth of the right information and along with the sample downloads, it doesn't get any better.
I tried easy2boot for some months right now. And i have to say that i never had a such stable and flexible solution like this. I decided to buy the ebooks and do a little donation because i want to support and thank the developer who deploys e2b for free.
What i liked most was the integration of unattended Windows Installations with sdi_choco. With XMtoE2b it was quite easy to create an xml file for the Windows Installation itself. With sdi_choco it is very easy to create your own configuration presets with those apps you like for example for different customers.
I have to say that E2Boot is no tool you setup without reading the manual. But everything is well documented and if you know how it works it is easy to use.
The ebooks are definitely worth buying them because everything is explained in detailed Exercises so you get better into the topic.
I use E2Boot on my Corsair Survivor with 256 GB and now I can carry all my Live systems and portable tools with me.
Thank you very much and keep on the good Work.
Greetings from Germany
I just wanted to say thank you for this wonderfull tool. Its the swiss army knife or leatherman of the USB booting tools. (If I try to explain it to someone rarely familiar with IT, I call it "Rufus on steroids")
It in fact saved me a lot of money (buying literally 10 or 12 USB-drives, also considering I'd have to buy 8 or 16 GB drives for 500MB to 2 GB ISOs since smaller Sizes arent even produced anymore.
I did always like the idea of a multiboot USB drive, but all the tools I tried before (YUMI, which works in fact well, but only with Linux, Xboots, SARDU and a few others I can't recall anymore) didn't work in a way I could use on a daily base. When I found Easy2Boot, I was just overwhelmend on how many use-cases it fits to. You have thought about use-cases I wouldn't even have been able to imagine before I've read about them. Even only your list of tested ISOs must have been a hell of work to acomplish. And I'm quit sure I havent even used 20 % of the whole functionallity. I really appreaciate your decision to make this tool free to use and in my eyes you deserve much more attention for it, if the demensions of downloaders / users counts on the main page (1000ths) are still up to date. I realy whish I could give you something back for that effort, but I neither have any credit card nor PayPal. I will probably need to get into bitcoin to make a donation.
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Tldr: Thank you very much for making this awesome utillity and this very much information-containing (even if also a little bit ugly without the donation skin) website covering the nearly endless use-cases it covers.
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Thanks to E2B, I've got all the disc images I need for tech support on two thumb drives (one for E2B, the other partitioned up for OS X installers) and can carry them everywhere. I used to have about 6 drives and a couple CD wallets.
Tech support/IT started out as a non-paying hobby of mine, so I appreciate that you've kept E2B as donationware.
These days, I have an after-hours, part-time job doing IT for small businesses. My E2B drive has dozens of images, but I mainly use it for Windows installs, gParted, disk cloning (clonezilla/EaseUS/Acronis), and file recovery (Mint linux, etc).
Thank you for making the greatest tool in the entire world. I remember having over 50 DVDs containing different operating systems and software, and obviously as technology progressed 50 DVDs turned into about 10-15 USB. Easy2Boot allows me to have all the software I need and use on just ONE USB.
I've been using Easy2Boot since 1.12 if I remember correctly maybe even earlier, and every release has only made it easier to use especially 1.94. I will admit it took me quite awhile to master Easy2Boot (although it much easier to use now), but it has saved me so many times, saved me money and saved me a lot of time as well.
I am truly grateful that you created this tool, and there are some other tools out there that do an okay job, but just don't compare. Easy2Boot lets me use practically any ISO I want, and I never have an issue. Even my custom ISO work with no problems.
I can't imagine my life without this tool. Thank you for all of your hard work!
Just look at easy2boot.com. Four different font colors, text in bold, underlined, cursive all over the place. This is so damn hard to read.
A spinning logo, multiple graphics which I as viewer do not need.
On other pages the downloads are not marked properly.
The guides are not straightforward but demand from the reader to skip around across the same page for tips or link to guides which should be completed in between.
For over an hour I tried to find out why imgptn files don't boot anymore and instead throw an error mentioning grub4dos and rmprepusb.
Glad you like E2B! You can always donate and get a URL to a cleaner version of this website.
Did you check the FAQ pages?
I try to make Error messages clear. If you can tell me the exact error message, I can help.
Any problems, see FAQ or just contact me (click on the 'Chat' icon if you see one)..
I love you man!, you're a true helping human being, a good soul, and a savior in every possible way one can imagine!
I don't even know where to begin expressing my admiration of Easy2Boot:
Extremely Easy to use
New features added regularly
Universal & Cross-Platform Compatibility
Well-Engineered and well-tested for almost every scenario
Extremely Well-documented, great for both beginners and experts
Deserves a lot more than my small donation
EVERYONE, this guy really deserves your kind donations for his superior efforts and quality hard work and determination to deliver this perfection!
Look at list http://www.easy2boot.com/add-payload-files/list-of-tested-payload-files/
HP tools are supported and there is a .mnu file for one too!
Contact me if you have a problem with a particular one and I will try to find a solution.
Just a quick post to thank you immeasurably for your time and dedication to these projects.
Despite being a technician for many, many years (and therefore understanding the complexity - to some degree - of what you do) I wish to offer my deepest thanks, to you, for continuing to do what you do and in such wonderful spirit.
All of the best to you and yours.
Thanks for Easy2Boot. I drove myself crazy trying to make a Kaspersky Recue flash drive. E2B and your detailed instructions did the trick, particularly the suggestion to try ".isoask". I made a small donation but also wanted to express my thanks for others to see.