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ventoyfm1059
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https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KjYrip6...sp=sharing
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How to use?
I tried just extracting vhd and booting with Ventoy but it fails with 'cant find file' error - Legacy and UEFI64 both fail.???
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(11-10-2021, 03:57 PM)Steve2926 Wrote: How to use?
I tried just extracting vhd and booting with Ventoy but it fails with 'cant find file' error - Legacy and UEFI64 both fail.???
please boot ventoyfm1059.vhd from easy2boot or mount ventoyfm1059.vhd and copy the files in the partitions to the corresponding partition in the ventoy-usb created with standard ventoy
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I extract your files and put the grub.cfg, FileManager.cfg and v.cfg files in the EFI section of my USB stick in the grub folder, but I am encountering the error messages that appear in the pictures.
Everything works normally on the virtual disk with the same files. Please do you have any solution for this issue. Thank you.


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(11-11-2021, 07:35 AM)serhat100 Wrote: I extract your files and put the grub.cfg, FileManager.cfg and v.cfg files in the EFI section of my USB stick in the grub folder, but I am encountering the error messages that appear in the pictures.
Everything works normally on the virtual disk with the same files. Please do you have any solution for this issue. Thank you.
you have to mount and copy grub.cfg, filemanager.cfg,v.cfg,v1.cfg in grub folder of vtoyefi partition to grub folder in 2nd partition of usb and copy ventoy folder in ventoy partition to partition first of usb
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test result

1- If the vtoyefi partition on the USB memory is 32mb, it works perfectly, but when the 32mb space is increased, the error message in the picture when entering the partitions and it goes back to grub2fm.

2- It creates a virtual drive (vhd) and finds ventoy files and image files normally, regardless of EFI partition size. With QEMU, it boots normally under the same conditions.
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(11-11-2021, 11:55 AM)serhat100 Wrote: test result

1- If the vtoyefi partition on the USB memory is 32mb, it works perfectly, but when the 32mb space is increased, the error message in the picture when entering the partitions and it goes back to grub2fm.

2- It creates a virtual drive (vhd) and finds ventoy files and image files normally, regardless of EFI partition size. With QEMU, it boots normally under the same conditions.
standard ventoy, vtoyefi is 32mb so if you tweak this partition there may be errors
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Legacy bios with increased vetoyefi partition works normally when booted from pc. An error message is encountered in UEFI.
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(11-11-2021, 01:04 PM)serhat100 Wrote: Legacy bios with increased vetoyefi partition works normally when booted from pc. An error message is encountered in UEFI.
longpanda does not recommend creating non-standard ventoy to cause errors, you can create a 3rd partition for grub2fm and g4e or aioboot, easy2boot
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(11-11-2021, 11:28 AM)nguyen ha thai trong Wrote:
(11-11-2021, 07:35 AM)serhat100 Wrote: I extract your files and put the grub.cfg, FileManager.cfg and v.cfg files in the EFI section of my USB stick in the grub folder, but I am encountering the error messages that appear in the pictures.
Everything works normally on the virtual disk with the same files. Please do you have any solution for this issue. Thank you.
you have to mount and copy grub.cfg, filemanager.cfg,v.cfg,v1.cfg in grub folder of vtoyefi partition to grub folder in 2nd partition of usb and copy ventoy folder in ventoy partition to partition first of usb

Thank you master, everything works very well. If you can add grub2fm's iso/wim/vhd/img/efi selective search feature to Ventoyfm, which is your work, it would be perfect. Because when you select a fixed hdd, it searches all the image files in it. Considering the size of the hdd, it takes a long time to search, so I ended it without waiting for the result. it would be fine. Thank you for everything
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