Windows Install ISOs
- Windows Vista/7/8/10 Install ISOs require E2B to be on a 'Removable' USB drive. If the drive is displayed as a 'Local Disk' in Windows Explorer then you will also need a 'Removable' USB Flash drive called a 'Helper Drive' in order to install Windows.
Alternatively, if you have an E2B USB Hard Disk (or Flash drive of the 'Fixed' type) you can create .imgPTN files from Vista/7/8 ISOs using MakePartImage and add these image files to the E2B drive. Then you do not require a Helper Flash drive AND you can boot in either MBR or UEFI mode too!
- Windows Vista/7/8/10 Install ISOs will not run correctly under QEMU, Virtual Box or other Virtual Machines. You must test with a real system or see here for a workaround.
- Windows 7/8 ALL-IN-ONE (AIO) custom ISOs will probably not work as an .iso file - convert them to .imgPTN files using MakePartImage.
The blue console window MUST appear and is due to the XML file - this causes the ISO to be loaded as a virtual 'DVD drive' - see here for how it works.