BootDiskUtility.exe v2.157b
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By Deepak
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Make Clover r1174 &Chameleon r2187 & MACOSX bootable USB Flash Disk

under OS Windows XP and up.

check this folder: EFI/doc/config.plist-FullSample/ for boot commands!


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