Guide lines for using XBoot

1)   This software requires .NET framework vs 4 so install it before using this software. 
       you can download .NET framework vs 4 from here:.NET framework vs 4

2)    If you are creating Multiboot USB :
    a) FAT32 is the highly recommended file-system format for Creating Multiboot USB. FAT32 is supported by 
         all ISO files while same cannot be said about other formats like NTFS etc.
   If you are using NTFS format then be careful Some linux distros don't support booting from NTFS      
   partitions.So NTFS is not a good choice for multibooting. Also XBOOT will not check if a particular iso
   file supports booting from NTFS partition or not , that should be taken care by the user.To be on safe 
   avoid NTFS and always use FAT32.
          If you are worried about the size limitation of FAT32 partition , and wants large partition size , then 
          please use RPprepUSB tool . It can create FAT32 partitions up to 2TB as mentioned by the Author of 
          this software.

    View Poststeve6375, on Dec 9 2010, 02:53 PM, said:

    FYI - RMPrepUSB can format a 64GB FAT32 drive, it has no FAT32 size limitation (up to 2TB I think but never tested!)

    b)  For USB device USB-HDD is the recomended format, though others( USB-FDD ,USB-ZIP) are supported too.

3)   Sometimes Multiboot USB\ISO doesn't work on vmware, virtualbox, qemu etc. but works on real PC. So If you
       are testing Multiboot USB\ISO on vmware,virtualbox, qemu etc. and it didn't boot .Then please do check it
       again on Real PC.

4)   Only Supported ISO file will works.
      Some ISO files which are not supported can be added using Grub4dos ISO Emulation
      Go to page Tips & Tricks for further details.

       NOTE: Windows XP, VISTA ,7  install Disks are not supported.So do not try to add them.

5)   There will be some minor glitches so be patient and report them here . I will fix them ASAP.

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