- Patch grub4dos on this drive for silent boot - reduces boot text by grub4dos
True_Hide_Unhide.mnu - TRUE HIDE/UNHIDE HD0,0/HD0,1 - Hides/unhides E2B partition from Windows and makes it non-accessible but still bootable by E2B
Second question (Y)
Change_Theme.mnu - Change Theme - the \_ISO\MyE2B.cfg file is overwritten by one of the E2B Theme configuration files
Note: This menu item is for demonstration purposes. It overwrites the current MyE2B.cfg file and so the same theme will appear if you reboot. It allows you to see 1024x768 themes as well as themes containing larger fonts and a Jolene GFX Boot menu.
If you want to delete any of the menu entries, simply delete the corresponding .mnu file in the \_ISO\MAINMENU\PIMP folder (or the whole folder).
If you want to keep any of the menu entries, rename the \_ISO\MAINMENU\PIMP folder to another name (e.g. \_ISO\MAINMENU\MYPIMP) so that they will not be overwritten if you run PimpMyDrive.cmd again.
The Help text below the menu is determined by the text after \n in each .mnu file.
If you want to move the menu entries to a different menu (e.g. UTILITIES MENU), simply move the appropriate .mnu file to the correct menu folder (e.g. move grub4dos shell.mnu to the \_ISO\UTILITIES folder).
If you want the menu entries in your own language, edit them yourself (use NotePad and UTF-8 format).
The \_ISO\Sample_MyE2B.cfg file contains many examples of how to specify wallpaper, fonts, resolution and other options
Changing fonts, wallpaper, etc. is not permanent. Modify the \_ISO\MyE2B.cfg file to make them permanent.
To restore your original MyE2B.cfg, use MyE2B.cfg.bak.
If you change the system's RTC date, it will update the chip registers, but if you later boot to Windows or linux, the RTC date registers will usually be updated to the current date again.
To permanently change the wallpaper or language, use the \_ISO\E2B_Editor.exe utility
To permanently change the font or pwd password value, edit the \_ISO\MyE2B.cfg file (see here)