AIO Boot is an All-in-One bootable software for USB and HDD. AIO Boot support boots through Grub2, Grub4Dos, Clover and rEFInd.
- Free • Proprietary
- Bootable USB Creator
- Boot Manager
What is AIO Boot?
AIO Boot possesses unique, advanced and user-friendly features. Here is one of the many great features of AIO Boot.
- Support boots in both UEFI and Legacy BIOS modes. --- UEFI mode: Grub2, Clover and rEFInd. --- Legacy mode: Grub2, Grub4Dos, Clover, Enoch Chameleon and Syslinux. --- You can choose between Grub2 and Grub4Dos as the default boot loader. Only use Grub4Dos if your computer is not compatible with Grub2.
- Supports hard drive, external hard drive and USB, including SDcard.
- Boot into Legacy mode on the GPT hard disk.
- Secure Boot support via Shim and MokManager.
- Support booting into UEFI mode from Legacy mode via Clover regardless of your computer does not support UEFI mode.
- Boot via LAN via iPXE and Tiny PXE Server.
- Depending on the case, AIO Boot can be installed on multiple partitions: --- FAT32: ------ You need to use FAT32 partitions to support booting in UEFI mode. ------ Some operating systems like Bitdefender, Fedora and Gentoo… do not support booting on NTFS partitions. ------ Ubuntu and Debian’s persistent mode is also not supported on NTFS partitions. ------ So we need to use the FAT32 format. --- NTFS: ------ NTFS partitions can store files larger than 4GB. You can save large files such as backups, VHD files… ------ You can use resident mode larger than 4GB for Android-x86, Remix OS, Phoenix OS and WifiSlax 4.12. ------ So we need to use the NTFS format.
- Supports to integrate multiple Windows XP/7/8.1/10 installers into USB and HDD. ------ Support USB 3.0 driver for Windows 7 installer. This helps you to install Windows 7 using USB 3.0. If you use other software, you may get the error “A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now.“. ------ Support split ISO file into several if ISO file is larger than 4GB but you are using FAT32 format. And more...
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Recent user activities on AIO Boot
- Zenobith added AIO Boot as alternative(s) to netboot.xyz
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Main feature is that you can boot almost anything you want. No matter which BIOS require system - Legacy or 32/64-bit UEFI - just add system you want to USB using this tool and you will be able to boot this. But this thing works mainly for Live systems. If you want to install system - search for the one which will support your BIOS. Also currently AIO Boot has often updates, many languages, simple UI. For me it's the best tool :) Even Rufus goes to 2-nd place :)
It is quite versatile in multiboot situations. I am relatively new to its usage. I configured flash drive for booting from Gandalf’s utilIty CD, where the flash drive could already boot from HBCD. There was a total surprise awaiting me. Gandalf’s size is slightly above 2 GB. I keep looking in the flash drive, Gandalf’s content disappeared, even though in Control Panel in File View I made all hidden files visible. It is a nice trick if I can figure out how it is done. To repeat, the flash is multiboot, and I can boot to either HBCD, or Gandalf’s!!! I am impressed.