In Windows 8/8.1/10: Start -> Search -> msinfo32.exe If your computer is using BIOS, you will see BIOS Mode: Legacy. This solution will work on your machine. If your computer is using UEFI, you will see BIOS Mode: UEFI. This solution will not work on your machine. In Windows 7 or earlier: • Open Windows Explorer. • Navigate to C: Windows Panther • Find setupact.log. • Right-click the file, select Open.
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• Search for Detected Boot Environment. If your computer is using BIOS, you will see: Callback_BootEnvironmentDetect: Detected boot environment: BIOS. This solution will work on your machine. If your computer is using UEFI, you will see: Callback_BootEnvironmentDetect: Detected boot environment: UEFI. This solution will not work on your machine. Downloading grub4dos Download and grub installer to your computer and unpack them. Currently, the latest version of grub4dos is and the latest version of grub installer is.
This 608b version has a new modified version of grubinst.exe which changes the MBR code to put an xor ax,ax instruction at the start, followed by the normal jump instruction.
Making USB bootable 1. In Windows Explorer, open the installer's folder and select grubinst_gui.exe: 2. Run the application: Windows XP: Double-click grubinst_gui.exe Windows 7 or later: Right-click grubinst_gui.exe and select Run as administrator: 3. Select Disk, then click Refresh and select the drive you want to create a bootable media on: You can detect your drive by its size. In this example an 8GB flash drive is used. In Part List click Refresh.
From the dropdown box select Whole disk (MBR): 5. Check the Don't search floppy option, leave all the other options unchecked: 6. Click Install. If the installation completes successfully, you will see this message: 7. In Windows Explorer open the grub4dos folder, locate grldr and copy it to the target drive: Creating ISO files of Acronis products • Run the media builder of Acronis True Image. • Select ISO file when offered to choose media destination: • Create the ISO. You can save the ISO file directly to your flash drive or copy in later.
• Run the media builder of Acronis Disk Director. • Select ISO file when offered to choose media destination: • Create the ISO. You can save the ISO file directly to your flash drive or copy in later.
Setting up multiproduct boot • Copy the ISO files to the flash drive if you haven't done it yet. Now you should have 3 files on the drive: • Open Notepad. • Insert this content: timeout 10 default 0 title Acronis Disk Director map --mem --heads=0 --sectors-per-track=0 (hd0,0)/.iso (hd32) map --hook chainloader (hd32) boot title Acronis True Image map --mem --heads=0 --sectors-per-track=0 (hd0,0)/.iso (hd32) map --hook chainloader (hd32) boot title CommandLine commandline title Reboot reboot title Halt halt where is the name of the ISO file created in Acronis Disk Director and is the ISO file created with Acronis True Image. Save the file as menu.lst to the root directory of your flash drive. In Save as type select All files, otherwise the file might be saved as a.txt-file while we need a.lst-file. You can double-check the file extention in Windows Explorer: If you don't see the extention, check for help. Now your USB drive is ready and you can boot your computer with it.