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This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - apple3000 - 09-18-2020

Hi. 
I'm using custom USB Stick. grub2, bcd, etc.. bootloader.
So, i use grub2 as main bootloader. and i tried to road ventoy efi. (by using extracted  ventoy.disk.img.xz and grubx64_real.efi)

Until Ver 0.20, Good work. but now Ver 0.21 has an error?? has required 10 second. why??

https://imgur.com/NfpT8eM


RE: This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - longpanda - 09-18-2020

Please refer to http://reboot.pro/topic/22277-ventoy-open-source-usb-boot-utility-for-both-bios-and-uefi/?p=216140


RE: This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - apple3000 - 09-18-2020

(09-18-2020, 02:10 AM)longpanda Wrote: Please refer to http://reboot.pro/topic/22277-ventoy-open-source-usb-boot-utility-for-both-bios-and-uefi/?p=216140
thanks for your refer. it's good to me. i 'wll wait another good method by Ventoy.


RE: This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - KaMyKaSii - 09-18-2020

(09-18-2020, 02:10 AM)longpanda Wrote: Please refer to http://reboot.pro/topic/22277-ventoy-open-source-usb-boot-utility-for-both-bios-and-uefi/?p=216140
I am currently receiving the same warning despite having officially installed Ventoy with the Linux shell script. The only difference between this installation and the previous ones is that this time I used the parameter to reserve disk space. Is this expected?


RE: This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - Midas - 09-18-2020

So am I since I finished setting up Windows 10 in a VHD (cf. forums.ventoy.net/showthread.php?pid=1503#pid1503). Exclamation


RE: This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - Midas - 09-23-2020

Hi there.

Necessary conditions for Ventoy to work normally are (as stated at reboot.pro /topic/22277-ventoy-open-source-usb-boot-utility-for-both-bios-and-uefi/page-12#entry216140 and also at forums.ventoy.net/showthread.php?pid=1742#pid1742):

longpanda Wrote:1. There must be partition 1 and partition 2
2. ISO/WIM/VHD/IMG/EFI files must in partition1
3. Partition1's filesystem must FAT/exFAT/NTFS/UFS/XFS/Ext234
4. Partition1's cluster size must >= 2048
5. Partition2 must in FAT file system and hold all the Ventoy's directories and files as installed with Ventoy2Disk


So, I took the time to thoroughly check my setup (see previous post) and confirmed that it abides all of them; I don't understand then why I'm getting the warning.

[Image: sda1.png]

There are just two minor differences from a standard Ventoy installation: partition 2 has been doubled for future proofing and there's an extra ext4 partition at '/dev/sda3' -- an addition allowed by the official documentation.

Quote:You can create Part3 and Part4 with the reserved space and use them as you want.

[@ https://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_disk_layout.html]


Please enlighten me if you can -- or at least give me a hint on how to disable (or reduce) the ten second delay... Huh


RE: This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - longpanda - 09-23-2020

(09-23-2020, 01:35 PM)Midas Wrote: Hi there.

Necessary conditions for Ventoy to work normally are (as stated at reboot.pro /topic/22277-ventoy-open-source-usb-boot-utility-for-both-bios-and-uefi/page-12#entry216140 and also at forums.ventoy.net/showthread.php?pid=1742#pid1742):

longpanda Wrote:1. There must be partition 1 and partition 2
2. ISO/WIM/VHD/IMG/EFI files must in partition1
3. Partition1's filesystem must FAT/exFAT/NTFS/UFS/XFS/Ext234
4. Partition1's cluster size must >= 2048
5. Partition2 must in FAT file system and hold all the Ventoy's directories and files as installed with Ventoy2Disk


So, I took the time to thoroughly check my setup (see previous post) and confirmed that it abides all of them; I don't understand then why I'm getting the warning.

[Image: sda1.png]

There are just two minor differences from a standard Ventoy installation: partition 2 has been doubled for future proofing and there's an extra ext4 partition at '/dev/sda3' -- an addition allowed by the official documentation.

Quote:You can create Part3 and Part4 with the reserved space and use them as you want.

[@ https://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_disk_layout.html]


Please enlighten me if you can -- or at least give me a hint on how to disable (or reduce) the ten second delay... Huh


You can't disable the delay in 1.0.21, please wait 1.0.22.
In 1.0.22 only a "unofficial" word will be displayed in the main screen if the disk layout is not exactly the same with it created by Ventoy2Disk.


RE: This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - Midas - 10-21-2020

FYI, straightforward explanation from Ventoy's dev for both the OP error and the current "[Unofficial Ventoy]" message in boot menu:


Quote:forums.ventoy.net/showthread.php?pid=2457#pid2457



RE: This is not a standard device and is not officially supported - Andi Setiyawan - 10-31-2020

(10-21-2020, 01:33 PM)Midas Wrote: FYI, straightforward explanation from Ventoy's dev for both the OP error and the current "[Unofficial Ventoy]" message in boot menu:


Quote:forums.ventoy.net/showthread.php?pid=2457#pid2457
Oh man, I trying to boot Ventoy from my custom ESP (Partition 2: FAT32) on 64Gigs USB. The whole night I trying to chainload Ventoy from Grub2 and Refind, nothing Work. It just exiting in 10s timeout. now I know...