Use the sidebar to list the tutorials or search this site box to find the Tutorial you are looking for.

Introduction to the Tutorials

The higher the number, the more recent it is. i.e. Tutorial #1 is very old!

Nearly all of these tutorials start by making a grub4dos USB boot disk. Once you have made this boot disk, you just need to add the 'payload' files (e.g. an ISO or perhaps the contents of a CD or DVD) and then edit the menu file (menu.lst) so that you can choose the added files as a boot option.

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