How to make files CONTIGUOUS
To avoid any 'not contiguous' error messages from E2B, double-click on the \MAKE_THIS_DRIVE_CONTIGUOUS.cmd file (v1.62+) on the E2B USB drive to run WinContig and make all E2B files on the USB drive contiguous - OR - run RMPrepUSB - CTRL+F2 to run WinContig on the whole drive instead.
Tip: You can copy the *.cmd files from \_ISO\docs\WINCONTIG to the root of the E2B USB drive if you wish. Then you can double-click on any one of them to run them.
If you have created persistence files for various linux ISOs in the root (\) of the E2B volume, these will also need to be contiguous.
Either use the \MAKE_THIS_DRIVE_CONTIGUOUS.cmd script to make all files on the E2B partition contiguous, or move the persistence files from the root of the USB partition to the same folder as the .mnu file - then edit the path of the persistence file inside the .mnu file. Then you can use the \MAKE_ISO_FOLDER_CONTIGUOUS.cmd script and this will avoid having to make all your files contiguous.
Before: \_ISO\LINUX\MNU\ubuntu-13.04-desktop-amd64.iso and \ubuntu1304-rw