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Introduction to the Tutorials
Nearly all of these tutorials start by making a grub4dos USB boot disk. Once you have made this boot disk, you just need to add the 'payload' files (e.g. an ISO or perhaps the contents of a CD or DVD) and then edit the menu file (menu.lst) so that you can choose the added files as a boot option.
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