Packages

To extend the functionality for Anhdv Boot, expansion packs are required. Extension packages for Anhdv Boot include: Windows installer package, Linux extension package, Dos extension package, Antivirus Rescue extension package. The newly listed extension packages need to be downloaded and integrated into Anhdv Boot

Currently 1 Click Anhdv Boot 2020 supports automatic copying of all expansion packs. Before you can run Tool 1 click, download the necessary expansion packs. Copy all in one place with Tool 1 click (no need to rename files – including ISO Linux). If integrated after creating USB / HDD Boot, just run 1 click and select 6 – Copy expansion pack.

In this version, we planed how to copy the expansion pack. Windows extension pack must be put in the Windows_Packages folder. Any ISO file that needs to be hidden should be copied to ISO_BOOT. The remaining ISO files copy all into ISO_DATA

Windows installer package

Use any Windows installer to download the corresponding expansion pack, only the Download_Windows_Packages_AnhdvBoot.7z file is required to download. Expansion pack files or Windows installer ISO file must be copied to the Windows_Packages folder

DownloadGoogle Drive | Fshare | OneDrive
Date2020-05-19
Size1.89 GB
Password to extractanhdvboot.com
IngredientWindows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
User Manual

Antivirus package

Note: Bitdefender needs to copy to ISO folder on USB-BOOT partition of USB. All other antivirus extension packages are copied to the ISO folder on the USB-DATA partition of USB.

DownloadUser Manual
Kaspersky Rescue 2018Create a folder named data on the USB-DATA partition and copy the krd.iso file into it.
Bitdefender Rescue v3Rename the file to “bitdefender
Avira Rescue SystemRename the file to “avira
Dr.Web Live DiskCopy the iso drweb file into the same folder 1 click. Run 1 click and select Show hidden partitions> Copy DrWeb.
ESET SysRescue Live Create the eset folder in the USB-DATA ISO folder and then copy the entire ESET iso into the newly created folder.
AVG Rescue CDRename the file to “avg

Linux Package

Note: In addition to Fedora, copy the ISO entry on the USB-BOOT (FAT32) partition of USB. All other linux packages change the correct name as instructed and copy to the ISO section of the USB-DATA partition (NTFS). If you need to install Kali Linux, run the 1 click tool anhdv boot. After selecting language and usb > show the boot partition> copy Kali Linux.

DownloadUser Manual
UbuntuRename the file to ubuntu
FedoraRename the file to fedora (*)
Kali LinuxIf you only use Live, rename the file to kali-linux
CentOSRename the file to centos
DebianRename the file to debian
OpenSuseRename the file to opensuse
Arch LinuxRename the file to archlinux
Linux MintRename the file to linuxmint
GpartedRename the file to gparted
Boot Disk RepairRename the file to boot-repair-disk-64bit
Parted Magic
Google Drive
Fshare
OneDrive
Rename the file to pmagic
ManjaroRename the file to manjaro
AntergosRename the file to antergos
PrimeOS Install PrimeOS
DeepinRename the file to deepin
ParrotRename the file to Parrot
Pop! OSRename the file to pop-os
bootra1nCopy ISO to ISO_BOOT section
Run 1 click> Select show hidden partition> Copy

Note: If you only use Kali Linux in Live format, download the linux potassium file according to the link above and change the name to potassium-linux and copy to the ISO section of USB-DATA. Run the tool 1 click Anhdv Boot to display the hidden partition, open the /boot/grub/linux.cfg file in the USB-BOOT partition with notepad. Find the #kali linux code: and replace it with the new code as below:

# Kali Linux:
search --no-floppy --file --set=root "/ISO/kali-linux.iso"
if [ -e "/ISO/kali-linux.iso" ]; then
    menuentry "[k] > Live Kali Linux" --class icon-kali --hotkey=k  {
    set isofile="/ISO/kali-linux.iso"
	echo "Loading $isofile..."
	loopback loop $isofile
	linux (loop)/live/vmlinuz boot=live findiso=$isofile noconfig=sudo username=root hostname=kali quiet splash
	initrd (loop)/live/initrd.img
}
fi

Also, if you want to start Antergos and Manjaro from Anhdv Boot. Then you show the boot partition USB-BOOT, add the code below to the linux.cfg file (/boot/grub/linux.cfg)

# Manjaro:
search --no-floppy --file --set=root "/ISO/manjaro.iso"
if [ -e "/ISO/manjaro.iso" ]; then
menuentry "[1] > Manjaro (x86_64)" --class manjaro --hotkey=1 {
	set isofile="/ISO/manjaro.iso"
	echo "Loading ${isofile}..."
    	set dri="free"
    	search --no-floppy -f --set=root $isofile
    	probe -u $root --set=rootuuid
    	set pqr="/dev/disk/by-uuid/$rootuuid"
    	loopback loop $isofile
    	linux  (loop)/boot/vmlinuz-x86_64  img_dev=$pqr img_loop=$isofile driver=$dri tz=utc lang=en_us keytable=us
    	initrd  (loop)/boot/intel_ucode.img (loop)/boot/amd_ucode.img (loop)/boot/initramfs-x86_64.img
}
fi

# Antergos:
search --no-floppy --file --set=root "/ISO/antergos.iso"
if [ -e "/ISO/antergos.iso" ]; then
menuentry "[2] > Antergos (x86_64)" --class antergos --hotkey=2 {
	set isofile="/ISO/antergos.iso"
	echo "Loading ${isofile}..."
	search --no-floppy -f --set=root $isofile
    	probe -u $root --set=rootuuid
    	set imgdevpath="/dev/disk/by-uuid/$rootuuid"
	loopback loop $isofile
    	linux (loop)/arch/boot/vmlinuz archisodevice=/dev/loop0 img_dev=$imgdevpath img_loop=$isofile
    	initrd (loop)/arch/boot/archiso.img
}
fi

DOS Package

Keep the downloaded file name intact and copy it to the ISO directory of the USB-DATA partition of USB.

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