Bootdisk Utility v2.0.2014. 183b
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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.

What's New in Version 183b (http://www.osx86.net/index.php?app=downloads&module=display&section=changelog&file=3948)

  • Clover v2k r2652 & Chameleon r2377


What's New in Version v2.0.2014. 183b   See changelog

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