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Fichier ISO bootables - danfranjo - 04-13-2022

Hello to all of you,

I am using Ventoy and I like it a lot
The question I have is that I have many ISO files that are either CSM bootable or UEFI bootable

Is there a way to convert an CSM bootable file to an UEFI bootable file and vice versa ?

Thanks in advance


RE: Fichier ISO bootables - nguyen ha thai trong - 04-13-2022

(04-13-2022, 01:56 PM)danfranjo Wrote: Hello to all of you,

I am using Ventoy and I like it a lot
The question I have is that I have many ISO files that are either CSM bootable or UEFI bootable

Is there a way to convert an CSM bootable file to an UEFI bootable file and vice versa ?

Thanks in advance
can't, buddy


RE: Fichier ISO bootables - ejfh_13 - 04-13-2022

Hello. I'm try to install Ventoy in a 2TB USB, all the time it show a error at the moment of the installation *An error occurred during the installation. You can reinsert the USB device and try again. Check log.txt for details. if it always fails, Please refer the FAQ on the official website.

Any help please
Thank you


RE: Fichier ISO bootables - crasadure - 04-13-2022

(04-13-2022, 04:41 PM)ejfh_13 Wrote: Hello. I'm try to install Ventoy in a 2TB USB, all the time it show a error at the moment of the installation *An error occurred during the installation. You can reinsert the USB device and try again. Check log.txt for details. if it always fails, Please refer the FAQ on the official website.

Any help pleaseĀ 
Thank you
https://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_legacy_limit.html

https://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_ventoy2disk.html


RE: Fichier ISO bootables - Steve2926 - 04-14-2022

Most (if not all) 2TB USB Flash drives are fakes. They are only 64GB (or so) and usually contain bad memory chips anyway.

It is sometimes possible to boot Linux ISOs whether CSM or UEFI.

You will need to construct your own grub menu file (using F6 option in Ventoy). It depends on the distro.
If the kernel file will load under both legacy and UEFI64, then you can use the linux and initrd commands of grub2 to load them.
The problem is each ISO will require a bespoke grub2 menu.
Here is an example
https://rmprepusb.blogspot.com/2021/02/how-to-uefi64-boot-to-antiviruslivecd.html