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YUMI Multiboot USB Creator (Windows)

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YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Installer), is the successor to MultibootISOs. It can be used to create a Multiboot USB Flash Drive containing multiple operating systems, antivirus utilities, disc cloning, diagnostic tools, and more. Contrary to MultiBootISO's which used grub to boot ISO files directly from USB, YUMI uses syslinux to boot extracted distributions stored on the USB device, and reverts to using grub to Boot Multiple ISO files from USB , if necessary. Aside from a few distributions, all files are stored within the Multiboot folder, making for a nicely organiz ed Multiboot Drive that can still be used for other storage purposes. Creat ing a YUMI Mult iboot Mult iSyst em Boot able USB Flash Drive YUMI works much like Universal USB Installer, except it can be used to install more than one distribution to run from your USB. Distributions can also be uninstalled using the same tool! YUMI's Main Mult iboot Boot Menu YUMI- 0.1.0.7.exe Sept ember 12, 2013 Changelog Drop- down now displays Volume Label, and Capacity of each drive.
MD 5: 51F9988B 0120672782E60D 64F7D A6D 0E

How t o Creat e a Mult iBoot USB Flash Drive


1. Run* YUMI- 0.1.0.7.exe following the onscreen instructions 2. Run the tool again to Add More ISOs/Distributions to your Drive 3. Restart your PC setting it to boot from the USB device 4. Select a distribution to Boot from the Menu and enjoy! That's all there is to it. You should now be booting your favorite distributions from your custom Multi- Boot USB device! How It Works : YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Installer) enables each user to create their own custom Multiboot UFD containing only the distributions they want, in the order by which they are installed. A new distribution can be added to the UFD each time the tool is run. If you run YUMI from the same location you store ISO files, they should be auto- detected (*See Known Issues Below), eliminating the need to browse for each ISO. Ot her Not es : If MultibootISOs was previously used, you must reformat the drive and start over. YUMI uses Syslinux directly, and chainloads to grub only if necessary, so it is not compatible with the older Multiboot ISO tool. Although I do plan to add back most of the capabilities of MultibootISOs as time permits. The distro uninstaller works great, but unlisted ISO's that have been added must currently be manually removed! Also note that not all Unlisted ISO's can be booted (thus adding unlisted ISO's is an unsupported option). Basic Essent ials t o creat e a Mult iSyst em Boot able USB Drive Fat32 or *NTFS Formatted USB Flash or USB Hard Drive

PC that can boot from USB Windows XP/Vista/7 or WINE to create the Bootable USB YUMI- 0.1.0.7.exe Your selection of ISO Files YUMI can creat e a Boot able UFD cont aining t he f ollowing Debian Live 32/64 Bit Debian Live 7 Gnome 32bit Debian Live 7 Gnome 64bit Debian Live 7 KDE 32bit Debian Live 7 KDE 64bit Debian Live 7 LXDE 32bit Debian Live 7 LXDE 64bit Debian Live 7 XFCE 32bit Debian Live 7 XFCE 64bit Fedora 32/64 Bit Fedora 17/18/19 GNOME 32bit Fedora 17/18/19 GNOME 64bit Fedora 17/18/19 KDE 32bit Fedora 17/18/19 KDE 64bit Fedora 17/18/19 LXDE 32bit Fedora 17/18/19 LXDE 64bit Fedora 17/18/19 XFCE 32bit Fedora 17/18/19 XFCE 64bit Fedora 16 GNOME 32bit Fedora 16 GNOME 64bit Fedora 16 KDE 32bit Fedora 16 KDE 64bit Fedora 16 LXDE 32bit Fedora 16 LXDE 64bit Fedora 16 XFCE 32bit Fedora 16 XFCE 64bit Fedora 15 GNOME 32bit Fedora 15 GNOME 64bit Fedora 15 KDE 32bit Fedora 15 KDE 64bit Fedora 15 LXDE 32bit Fedora 15 LXDE 64bit Fedora 15 XFCE 32bit Fedora 15 XFCE 64bit Linux Mint 32/64 Bit Linux Mint 15 Mate 32bit Linux Mint 15 Mate 64bit

Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon 32bit Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon 64bit Linux Mint 14 Mate 32bit Linux Mint 14 Mate 64bit Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon 32bit Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon 64bit Linux Mint 14 KDE 32bit Linux Mint 14 KDE 64bit Linux Mint 14 XFCE 32bit Linux Mint 14 XFCE 64bit LMDE 201303 Mate 32bit LMDE 201303 Mate 64bit LMDE 201303 Cinnamon 32bit LMDE 201303 Cinnamon 64bit LMDE 201204 Mate/Cinnamon 32bit LMDE 201204 Mate/Cinnamon 64bit LMDE 201204 XFCE 32bit LMDE 201204 XFCE 64bit Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon 32bit Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon 64bit Linux Mint 13 KDE 32bit Linux Mint 13 KDE 64bit Linux Mint 13 Mate 32bit Linux Mint 13 Mate 64bit Linux Mint 13 XFCE 32bit Linux Mint 13 XFCE 64bit Linux Mint 12 Gnome 32bit Linux Mint 12 Gnome 64bit Linux Mint 12 KDE 32bit Linux Mint 12 KDE 64bit Linux Mint 12 LXDE 32bit Linux Mint 11 32bit Linux Mint 11 64bit OpenSUSE Live 32/64 Bit OpenSUSE 12.1 GNOME i686 OpenSUSE 12.1 GNOME x64 OpenSUSE 12.1 KDE i686 OpenSUSE 12.1 KDE x64 OpenSUSE 11.4 GNOME i686 OpenSUSE 11.4 GNOME x64 OpenSUSE 11.4 KDE i686 OpenSUSE 11.4 KDE x64 Puppy Linux 32/64 Bit

DPup Exprimo Fatdog64 (Firefox) Fatdog64 (Seamonkey) Lucid Puppy Linux Precise Puppy Linux Racy Puppy Linux Slacko Puppy Wary Puppy Linux Ubuntu 32/64 Bit Ubuntu 13.10 Ubuntu 13.10 amd64 Ubuntu Server 13.10 Ubuntu Server 13.10 amd64 Ubuntu 13.04 Ubuntu 13.04 amd64 Ubuntu Server 13.04 Ubuntu Server 13.04 amd64 Ubuntu 12.10 Ubuntu 12.10 amd64 Ubuntu Secure Remix 12.10 Ubuntu Secure Remix 12.10 amd64 Ubuntu Server 12.10 Ubuntu Server 12.10 amd64 Ubuntu Studio 12.10 Ubuntu Studio 12.10 amd64 Edubuntu 12.10 Edubuntu 12.10 amd64 Kubuntu 12.10 Kubuntu 12.10 amd64 Lubuntu 12.10 Lubuntu 12.10 amd64 Xubuntu 12.10 Xubuntu 12.10 amd64 Ubuntu 12.04 Ubuntu 12.04 amd64 Ubuntu 12.04 DVD Ubuntu 12.04 DVD amd64 Ubuntu Server 12.04 Ubuntu Server 12.04 amd64 Ubuntu Studio 12.04 Ubuntu Studio 12.04 amd64 Edubuntu 12.04 Edubuntu 12.04 amd64 Kubuntu 12.04

Kubuntu 12.04 amd64 Kubuntu 12.04 DVD Kubuntu 12.04 DVD amd64 Lubuntu 12.04 Lubuntu 12.04 amd64 Mythbuntu 12.04 Mythbuntu 12.04 amd64 Xubuntu 12.04 Xubuntu 12.04 amd64 Ubuntu 11.10 Ubuntu 11.10 amd64 Ubuntu Server 11.10 Edubuntu 11.10 Kubuntu 11.10 Kubuntu 11.10 amd64 Lubuntu 11.10 Lubuntu 11.10 amd64 Xubuntu 11.10 Xubuntu 11.10 amd64 Ubuntu 11.04 Ubuntu 11.04 x64 Edubuntu 11.04 Kubuntu 11.04 Kubuntu 11.04 x64 Lubuntu 11.04 Xubuntu 11.04 Xubuntu 11.04 x64 Ubuntu 10.10 Edubuntu 10.10 Kubuntu 10.10 Lubuntu 10.10 Xubuntu 10.10 Ubuntu 10.04 Ubuntu 10.04 x64 Kubuntu 10.04 Kubuntu 10.04 x64 Xubuntu 10.04 Xubuntu 10.04 x64 Other Distros Alphabetical AntiX Archlinux Bodhi CAELinux (Computer Aided Engineering) CentOS

CentOS 64bit Crunchbang Damn Small Linux (DSL) Fuduntu gpxe (Net Bootable Distros) KNOPPIX 6.7.1 CD KNOPPIX 7 KXStudio 12.04 Mandriva 2011 Netrunner OSGeo Live PCLinuxOS Peppermint Three Peppermint Three 64bit Pear Linux 6 Pinguy OS 11 Pinguy OS 12.04 Porteus SalineOS Scientific Linux CERN 6.3 Semplice Linux SLAX (Tiny Slackware Based Distro) SLAX 64bit Slitaz (Another Tiny Distro) Sn0wL1nuX 11 Sn0wL1nuX 11 64bit Sugar on a Stick System Rescue CD Tails 0.15 (Anonymous Browsing) Liberte (Anonymous Browsing) Terralinux TinyCore (A Tiny Linux Distribution) Ultimate Edition 3 WifiSlax wifislax\boot\vmlinuz WifiWay 3.4 WifiWay 2 XBMCbuntu Zorin OS Core Zorin OS Core 64bit NetBook Distributions EasyPeasy (NetBook Distro) Jolicloud (NetBook Distro) Ubuntu Netbook Remix 10.10

xPUD (Netbook Distro) Antivirus Tools Acronis Antimalware CD AOSS (Malware Scanner) system\stage1 AVG Rescue CD (Antivirus Scanner) AVIRA AntiVir Rescue CD (Virus Scanner) ; does install to root of drive Bitdefender Rescue Disk (Antivirus Scanner) Comodo Rescue Disk (Antivirus Scanner) Dr.Web Live CD boot\module\drweb_bases.dwm F- Secure Rescue CD GDATA Rescue CD Kaspersky Rescue Disk (Antivirus Scanner) Panda SafeCD Windows Defender Offline System Tools BackBox (Penetration Testing) BackTrack5 (Penetration Testing) Boot Repair Disk Clonez illa (Backup + Clone Tool) DBAN (Hard Drive Nuker) Deft (Forensics) DRBL (Diskless Remote Boot in Linux) EASEUS Disk Copy (Disk Cloning Tool) FreeDOS (Balder img) GParted (Partition Tools) GRML (system rescue) HDT (Hardware Detection Tool) Kali (Penetration Testing) Memtest86+ (Memory Testing Tool) Matriux (Penetration Testing) Offline NT Password & Registry Editor Ophcrack (no tables) Ophcrack XP (Password Finder) Ophcrack Vista/7 (Password Finder) Parted Magic (Partition Tools) PING (Partimg Is Not Ghost) Partition Wiz ard (Partition Tools) Rescatux Redo Backup And Recovery (Recovery Tools) Rip Linux (Recovery Distro) Trinity Rescue Kit TRK\initrd.trk ; does install to root of drive Ultimate Boot CD (Diagnostics Tools) Web Converger (Web Kiosk)

Other OS/Tools Linux Live Tools for OCZ HP SmartStart 8.60 x32 HP SmartStart 8.70 x32 HP SmartStart 8.60 x64 HP SmartStart 8.70 x64 HP Firmware Maintenance 8.70 (CD) HP Automatic Firmware Update 9.30 (DVD) HP Automatic Firmware Update 10.10 (DVD) Hiren's Boot CD 15.X HBCD\menu.lst ; does install to root of drive Kon- Boot Floppy Image Windows Vista/7/8 Installer bootmgr ; does install to root of drive Windows XP Installer Bootable ISOs Try an Unlisted ISO Try an Unlisted ISO (Run from RAM) YUMI Troubleshoot ing, Known Issues, Bugs : If you encounter a message stating

Insane primary (MBR) partition. Cant find myself on the drive I booted from

First, replace your chain.c32 file located at multiboot/chain.c32 with (you'll need to unz ip the file) - > This z ipped chain.c32 File If replacing the chain.c32 file does not fix the problem, your USB drive may be improperly formatted, contains more than one partition or MBR, or your BIOS is not properly detecting the USB drive and it's firmware needs to be updated. You can try these methods to Format and Restore your USB Drive My PC wont Boot f rom my Flash Drive, but support s USB boot ! Many Flash Drives ship USB- FDD formatted and some systems will not detect or even boot USB- FDD. I have found that most systems can however boot USB- ZIP, and or USB- HDD. If you are having a hard time getting your BIOS to detect your flash drive, you can try to format it as USB- HDD or USB- ZIP using BOOTICE (GET IT HERE), and then proceed to use YUMI to put your chosen Distributions on USB. How t o f orce a rebuild of t he Syslinux MBR: This is useful if your YUMI prepared USB drive is somehow no longer bootable. Simply delete the hidden ldlinux.sys file from the multiboot folder, and use YUMI to install any menu item. YUMI will notice that the ldlinux.sys file is missing and will attempt to repair it. Ot her Known Issues : I cannot find a way to support OpenSUSE 12.2, or OpenSUSE 12.3 via the traditional method, as the KIWI MBRID boot option is currently broken. However, if you already have OpenSuse 12.1 installed, you can copy the "openSUSE- 12.2- livecd- gnome- readonly.i686- 2.8.0" file from the 12.2 ISO to your /multiboot/opensuse12/ directory. Then delete the old file and rename the "openSUSE- 12.2- livecd- gnome- read- only.i686- 2.8.0" file "openSUSE- 12.1- livecd- gnome- read- only.i686- 2.8.0", and YUMI will boot into openSUSE 12.2. Windows Vista/7 Installer, Hiren's Boot CD, Trinity Rescue Kit, OpenSUSE, Backtrack, Avira Antivir, and Dr.Web Live

CD files are stored outside of the multiboot folder. Most other distribution files remain contained within the multiboot folder. I am open to a simple working solution! Since version 0.0.7.6, YUMI supports Windows XP Install from USB via ISO. The Windows XP Inst allat ion f rom USB option currently works by booting directly from your XP ISO, hence the YUMI menu entry is created under "Directly Bootable ISOs". In order for the Windows XP installation to succeed, you must perform the following steps; 1.) To begin an install, select (Stage 1) 2.) Upon first reboot, you must select (Stage 2) 3.) Finally, after (Stage 2) is complete upon the second reboot, select (Stage 3) to boot the drive where you installed Windows XP. If this option fails, simply remove the USB and reboot! When using the "Try an Unlisted ISO option", the ISO file name must contain no spaces. * YUMI does support NTFS, however not all distributions will boot from an NTFS formatted device. * When installing Windows 8, 7, or Vista from USB, you must unplug the USB device before the first restart, otherwise you will receive an error stating: " windows set up could not conf igure windows t o run on t his comput er's hardware " Troubleshoot ing Boot Errors : While trying to run an ISO from USB, If you get a Boot error saying:

Error 60: File for drive emulation must be in one contiguous disk area

You'll need to defragment your ISO using one of the following tools: contig Command line tool to defragment ISO files. wincontig GUI tool to defragment ISO files. Addit ional Not es : Edit non- booting menu entries for the ISO's you have added via the "Try and Unlisted ISO" option, by editing the corresponding entry in \multiboot\menu\menu.lst If you don't have a floppy drive and get f d0 errors while booting, simply add f loppy.allowed_drive_mask= 0 to the append line for the troubled entry. Although the best fix is to simply disable floppy in BIOS. Persist ent ly Saving Changes : Persistence can easily be added to one Ubuntu based distribution by performing the following steps: TAKE NOTE: * Persistence will NOT work on NTFS formatted USB drives. Some Distributions also will not boot via NTFS, Yet! (1.) Use PDL Casper- RW creator to create a casper- rw file at the root of your USB; (example: F:/casper- rw). (2.) Use notepad or another text editor to open the .cfg file found in the /multiboot/menu directory that corresponds to the distribution you want to add persistence to; (example F:/multiboot/menu/ub1204.cfg for Ubuntu 12.04 on drive F). (3.) Add the word persist ent to the end of each append line; (the line that starts with the word append ). Persist ence Feat ure Not es : Only one distribution can use persistence per drive. Do not try to enable persistence for more than one Ubuntu based distribution, or you will break your persistence option entirely. Ophcrack Tables : To load Ophcrack tables when booted in this fashion, the tables folder does need to exist at the root directory of the USB device; (example F:\tables\vista_free). Get Ophcrack Tables from the Official Ophcrack site and unz ip to your USB. You can have both XP and Vista/7 tables working together. YUMI on Linux: YUMI should function via WINE from within a running Linux environment. However, the format drive option will not work.