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  1. Download link for the AOMEIUEFi ISo file’s Screen shots in 7zip format .i look into it.

    • Extract bootmgr.efi using 7-zip.
      Rename it to bootmgr.
      Add bootmgr to the ISO using WinISO or other ISO editor.
      Add the new source.

  2. The individual comment address will not open for me on this web site ( help/comment-page-30/#comment-4073 ), with the message: “You’re browsing in HTTPS-Only Mode, and a secure HTTPS version of is not available”. The reason is because I’m using Firefox with the “HTTPS Everywhere” Add-on; but, why haven’t you got SSL enabled?

    Besides that, the OP provided the delete-link for the file ( ) and it would seem how somebody has used the link to actually delete the file (LOL). Downloading the file “aomeiiso.7z” shows up as: 0 bytes. xD

    • How do you know it’s not the OP who deleted the file and why even bother?
      Just checked out of curiosity and the file is still downloadable…

      About SSL- it’s in the to-do list, but not priority at all as it will take me good few hours downtime at least, there is no sensitive information or CC/bank details here, you can simply disable that FF add-on or whitelist if possible.

    • Sir, I accidently selected the delete file option in datafilehost website. I removed all added Isos from the usb pen drive, and using winsetupfromusb ,I formatted the drive(Fat32) then added the Isos.I added the aomei UEFI iso after renaming the boot.efi ,as adviced my you .Now it is working ok. Thank you for timely help


  3. Merhaba , Önceden Win7 ve Win10 tek usb boot edilebiliyordu, Ama son zamanlarda kendiliğinden silindi ve tekrar boot etmeme rağmen pc de boot olarak görünmüyor ? Neden olabilir.

  4. I’m attempting to setup a multiboot USB with Windows 10 and Ubuntu, but I also want to partition separate storage space for storing files (potentially larger than 4GB). The drive I currently have is about 114GB to give me a lot more storage space for files, but I’m having trouble with figuring out if I’m supposed to use FAT32 or NTFS file system. Apparently UEFI becomes a huge problem for installations if you select NTFS for winsetupfromUSB, but FAT32 has major problems with file system sizes. Is there an easier answer to this problem? Is it possible to partition one part of a USB drive to FAT32 and another part to NTFS? Is NTFS fine for all of this, and I just need to be careful when making a fresh installation of Windows or Linux on a new computer?

    • Is is USB disk or stick?
      If disk- can just make second partition as NTFS.
      If stick- controller on it may be set to present it as removable or fixed disk, if the former, Windows can see just the first partition unless you install additional driver to fool Windows it’s fixed disk, or you change with say BootIce the first active partition to the one you want to be seen, that’s not really convenient. Can also flip that bit in the controller permanently to fixed disk using software for that particular controller.
      If it’s fixed disk, it will be seen as if it was regular hard disk, with all partitions visible.

      Program will display disk type when you select it in the drop-down menu, look for disk properties in the log window.

      Can guide you further based on your answers.

  5. Radevic

    Hi Mr. Itaushanov Thanks for all your help.
    In my last post, I wrote to say that I have successfully added 4 OSs which are all booting well. Surprisingly, the following day, the flash stick displayed error from the Windows Boot Manager with Status: 0xC000000F, with info: “The boot selection failed because a required device is not accessible”. On the other hand when a specific os fails to boot as a result of the above named error, I have to reformat the flash irrespective of number of the OS that I have added. Even if I delete the offending os iso from the flash stick, the entry still remains in the boot menu and the BCD which I don’t know how to edit to remove its entry from the boot menu.
    I downloaded and installed the visual bcd editor on my laptop but I couldn’t use it except I have a step by step guide of how to edit the boot menu or the BCD entry. I am not a programmer and can only do a little bit of DOS command.

    Why will my USB be displaying such error even when all added sources are completed successfully. Any help of what I should do will be highly appreciated.

    • Do you happen to be unplugging the USB stick without using “safely remove hardware”, or any other unclean way, which might be damaging the file system on it?
      Have you tried running check disk when it’s in broken state?
      Can you also try another USB stick in case that ine is faulty?

      If same stick works one day and breaks on the other then something is damaging it, you need to figure out what that is.

      I’ve suggested a few times to try both BIOS and UEFI boot, as these use different bcd stores. Have you tried that?

    • Why 2 partitions? Did you mean 2 sources?
      What’s the error from Paragon ISO? What option did you use to add it, Windows or Linux/Other?

  6. I’m experiencing no boot or efi folder when only adding linux with no windows ISO.
    This resulted in a couple unbootable USB’s, until a completely unnecesary 4gb ISO of Win10 was added.
    Is this usual behavior? I seem to recollect I have done this before, but without the need for a Windows ISO

  7. is there a possibility on a future version that it will be able to support Windows installation on a Non-CSM motherboards and hackintosh perhaps? 🙂 so far, the program supports both Legacy and UEFI installation as long as the motherboard has the CSM features. anyhow, thanks for the great app and looking forward to see some new updates and features. 🙂

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