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Found 4 results

  1. Version 192b

    351 downloads

    Make Clover bootable USB Flash Disk for MAC OS X fast and easy under OS Windows. - Special utility from cvad & russian MAC community for new hackintosh users.
  2. Version rev.181b

    24,932 downloads

    Make Clover&Chameleon bootable USB Flash Disk under OS Windows XP ,7,8 and 8.1. Description: BootDisk Utility is intended to make a external bootable USB Flash Disk by installing to it special Data set (MBR, PBR sectors and Data files) of EFI-based Clover bootloader & Chameleon bootloaders. Boot: In the root directory of the boot disk are numbered boot files. At boot time, for 3 seconds when the flashing line at the top left of the screen, press the corresponding key: boot (Clover 64bit-default) - no key boot2 (Chameleon) - 2 boot3 (Clover 32bit - in the last Clover revisions - not included) - 3 boot6 (Clover 64bit - the same default) - 6 boot7 (that includes BiosBlockIO driver for RAID controllers, JMicron, NForce and other non-Intel SATA/ATA/SCSI etc.) - 7
  3. Version rev.179b

    583 downloads

    Make Clover&Chameleon bootable USB Flash Disk under OS Windows XP ,7,8 and 8.1. Description: BootDisk Utility is intended to make a external bootable USB Flash Disk by installing to it special Data set (MBR, PBR sectors and Data files) of EFI-based Clover bootloader & Chameleon bootloaders. Boot: In the root directory of the boot disk are numbered boot files. At boot time, for 3 seconds when the flashing line at the top left of the screen, press the corresponding key: boot (Clover 64bit-default) - no key boot2 (Chameleon) - 2 boot3 (Clover 32bit - in the last Clover revisions - not included) - 3 boot6 (Clover 64bit - the same default) - 6 boot7 (that includes BiosBlockIO driver for RAID controllers, JMicron, NForce and other non-Intel SATA/ATA/SCSI etc.) - 7
  4. Version Rev.178b

    1,628 downloads

    Make Clover&Chameleon bootable USB Flash Disk under OS Windows XP ,7,8 and 8.1. Description: BootDisk Utility is intended to make a external bootable USB Flash Disk by installing to it special Data set (MBR, PBR sectors and Data files) of EFI-based Clover bootloader & Chameleon bootloaders. Boot: In the root directory of the boot disk are numbered boot files. At boot time, for 3 seconds when the flashing line at the top left of the screen, press the corresponding key: boot (Clover 64bit-default) - no key boot2 (Chameleon) - 2 boot3 (Clover 32bit - in the last Clover revisions - not included) - 3 boot6 (Clover 64bit - the same default) - 6 boot7 (that includes BiosBlockIO driver for RAID controllers, JMicron, NForce and other non-Intel SATA/ATA/SCSI etc.) - 7
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