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Using MagicISO to create Multi BartPE disc

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Hi,

I'm trying to create a multi-boot disc that gives me the option of loading one of three difference images of BartPE.

I'm using MagicISO and I keep getting the error "No-emulation type image (raw)"

So is there a way to change the emulation type on an existing iso or bin? Or is there some setting in MagicIso I need to change?

Or if anyone has a detailed walkthrough of how to use MagicIso to create a multi-boot disc, I would greatly appreciate it!!

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Hi,

I'm trying to create a multi-boot disc that gives me the option of loading one of three difference images of BartPE.

I'm using MagicISO and I keep getting the error "No-emulation type image (raw)"

So is there a way to change the emulation type on an existing iso or bin? Or is there some setting in MagicIso I need to change?

Or if anyone has a detailed walkthrough of how to use MagicIso to create a multi-boot disc, I would greatly appreciate it!!

The procedure won't be much different than described here.

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