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I have been attempting to make a multiboot usb using the automated program YUMI. I have created successful multiboot thumbdrive systems with YUMI before, but this time, no luck... The ...
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    Post YUMI Multiboot Problems: FAT32: No GRLDR?


    I have been attempting to make a multiboot usb using the automated program YUMI. I have created successful multiboot thumbdrive systems with YUMI before, but this time, no luck... The recovery programs/ISOs that I attempted to add were as follows:

    Hirens Boot CD
    Konboot (commercial)
    T(A)ILS
    TinyCore
    Kaspersky Rescue 10
    PING
    RedoBackup
    RIP Linux
    System Rescue CD
    Trinity Rescue Kit
    Puppy Linux
    Xpud

    and two unlisted ISOs:

    Knoppix STD (the latest version)
    Privatrix (the latest version)

    Now... Every time I try to boot up the multiboot USB from the BIOS this is what I get on my screen:

    Code:
    Try (hd0,0): FAT32: No GRLDR
    Try (hd0,1): invalid or null
    Try (hd0,2): invalid or null
    Try (hd1,0): NTFS5: No grldr
    Try (hd1,1) EXT2: No grldr
    Try (hd1,2): non-MS: skip
    Try (hd1,3): invalid or null
    Cannot find GRLDR.
    Press space bar to hold the screen, any other key to boot previous MBR...
    Timeout: 5
    Does anyone have any idea what I'm talking about, or know of anyway to resolve this? And if not, does anyone know where I could post this question to seek viable help? This is my dream multiboot, and I have no idea where to start or how to accomplish it - any ideas?

    Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this.

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    What kind of device are you trying to boot? You say a lot about the software, but virtually nothing about the hardware...
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    A USB flash drive formatted to FAT 32 with 8GB of space. It's made by ScanDisk.

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