Without a package of the bootable files then you are sure your OS will fail to pick the signal on your computer. Although the OS come with default boot disks, you may wish to have an additional tool to enhance start-up functions. This is a simple app that boots your computer even from a server or a Local Area Network. Despite the fact that it lacks the English manual, the interface is friendly for all. Download and install the program, then select the specific files from the storage location. The rest of the process automatically the app handles a few clicks of a button. The Syslinux, Grub2, and Clover are the main file components supported by the tool but excludes the Windows group of files.
Create bootable USB stick
Make a bootable USB with your ISO file and install the program on a computer. It is the best toolkit to have when you have multiple operating systems within your computer and you are prone to compatibility challenges. You can choose to either manage the 32-bit or 64-bit OS. Configure the files to save the file extracts as zip files for easy management. If you have a little knowledge on the functioning of the startup files then this is the tool for you, otherwise, beginners may find the whole process a bit complex.
AIO Boot is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in boot manager/disk category and is available to all software users as a free download.