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I am triying to multiboot a USB flash drive using Easy2Boot and it says:

You can use FAT32 or NTFS (and with a few limitations an exFAT or ext2 formatted drive)

But when I launch

\Easy2Boot_v1.40_DPMS_ISO\docs\Make_E2B_USB_Drive\Make_E2B_USB_Drive.cmd

It only gives a ntfs and a fat32 option. How do I get it to work with exfat? THE FLASHDRIVE MUST BE EXFAT. I can use a alternative tool if necessary Thanks in advance.

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Use RMPrepUSB to prepare the USB drive. Instructions are on the website. Why do you need to use exFAT?

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  • @09stephenb - I guess you are using exFAT as its readable across OSes? – Alex S Aug 26 '15 at 8:07

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