AIO Boot – Grub2/Grub4dos/Syslinux/Clover/rEFInd, UEFI-GPT/Legacy-MBR, USB/HDD, LAN (PXE)

Size : 24.57 MB


AIO Boot is a tool that can help you create a bootable USB with Grub2, Grub4dos, Syslinux, Clover and rEFInd. AIO Boot can boot Windows and most Linux distributions and boot via LAN using Tiny PXE Server.


Currently, there are many USB boot tool with many different features, so you will hardly be able to select a tool to use (unless you have a lot of USB). Also for that reason that I released AIO Boot tool.


My English is not good, I used Google to translate. Please sympathize with me.

AIO Boot was released with a lot of great features that other tools do not yet support.

The bootloader is supported:

  • For Legacy-MBR: Grub2, Grub4dos, Syslinux and Clover.
  • For UEFI-GPT: Grub2, Clover and Refind.

Some features are supported:

  • UEFI-GPT and MBR-Legacy.
  • USB and HDD with FAT32 or NTFS format …
  • Boot via LAN with Tiny PXE Server.
  • Automatically identifying and boot into the operating system installed on HDD: FreeBSD, Mac OS X/Darwin, Windows 7/8.1/10/Vista, Windows NT/2000/XP, Windows 98/ME, MS-DOS, FreeDOS, Linux distributions, Android-x86 and Remix OS 32bit/64bit… You will not need to worry about problems boot error, error loss boot …
  • One or more partitions, AIO Boot also supports hidden partition.
  • Support hotkeys for Grub2. At the main menu, if you want to boot into a certain menu, simply press their hot key. For example, to restart your computer, you simply press the “r” or “o” to shutdown.
  • Supports multiple languages, including Vietnamese, English, Russian and French…
  • Support YUMI for Syslinux. You need to reinstall Grub2 and Syslinux after each use YUMI.
  • Most of Syslinux menus will be supported in UEFI mode from Grub2.

Some issues to be resolved:

  • Partition in FAT32 format can not save files larger than 4GB in size. If you want to save the file size is greater than 4GB, please format your USB or HDD to NTFS format.
  • To be able to boot UEFI, you need a FAT32 partition. If you want to use NTFS, but still supports UEFI, please create a FAT32 partition and copy that folder into the EFI.
  • Use BootICE to create multiple partitions and USB. AIO Boot helps you can boot on all the hidden partition.

How to create a bootable USB
AIO Boot has many features but it’s very simple and compact. The creation of the AIO Boot is even simpler with just a few clicks.

  • Unzip AIOBoot into the root directory of any USB or HDD partition that you want to create a boot.
  • Running AIOBoot.exe then you can install Grub2, Syslinux and Clover.

After you’ve created a bootable USB or HDD is complete, you can boot USB on VirtualBox virtual machines for testing.

Boot via LAN
Boot via LAN particularly useful for rescue work, ghost and install Win for net shop, or schools, or businesses with a large number of computers. AIO Boot supports booting via LAN with Tiny PXE Server.

Support most of WinPE, the above software and Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, CentOS and Linux Mint. Because time is limited, so I will try to support this tool much more.

AIO Boot using iPXE as bootloader, Tiny PXE Server as PXE Server and FreeNFS as NFS Server. Run AIOBoot.exe, then click Run PXE to activate PXE Server and NFS Server.

AIO boot Boot is a lightweight, less than 25 Mb.

File name: AIOBoot-
Size: 24,5 MB
Last updated: 28.06.2016

Download: Mirrorcreator | AIO Boot on Github | | MediaFire

If someone is using version, just override the .cfg files in the /Boot/grub/ and file /Files/memdisk

To download the software WinPE and list, see here.

AIO Boot v0.2.1.7 (28/06/2016):

  • Supports hotkeys for submenus
  • Fixed some bugs

AIO Boot v0.2.1.6 (26/06/2016):

  • Added support for Manjaro Linux
  • Fixed some bugs

AIO Boot v0.2.1.3 (25/06/2016):

  • Lets put the folder Files in any partition on the computer (except the folder WIM and the directories used for Syslinux).

AIO Boot v0.2.1.2 (24/06/2016):

  • Added support YUMI for Syslinux. You need to reinstall Grub2 and Syslinux after each use YUMI.
  • Most of Syslinux menus will be supported in UEFI mode from Grub2.

AIO Boot is constructed from a variety of sources, certainly still a lot of flaws, eager for sympathy. I would love to hear from you so that I can improve this tool better.