Virtual ODD (ISO)
Follow the guide in order
- The ISO file must be a bootable file.
- Since IODD works the same as physical ODD, an ISO file that does not boot from an actual ODD will not boot from IODD.
- If your PC only supports UEFI boot, You must boot using the Virtual Drive function. Some motherboards do not support ODD boot.
- Even in special cases (when installing an older OS on the latest generation board), the installation operation may fail due to a driver conflict as well. Even in this case, VHD files are mostly bootable and installable.
- 1.Prepare the ISO file.
- 2.Copy the ISO file to the IODD disk.
- 3.safe removal And Reconnect. or [Push
- 4.Select the ISO file from the IODD screen.[Push
EnterKey] If it is mounted normally, you can see that the virtual drive is recognized on the desktop or in the Finder.
- 5.Saves the current mounted state. Reconnecting will bring up the virtual drive in its current saved state.[
- 6.If the installation does not require booting, double-click the virtual drive or autorun as it is to execute the operation.
If the file is not visible, try selecting another partition by pressing and holding the
4key (partition selection).
Boot setup menus may differ depending on the board manufacturer/chipset configuration.
Enter the PC's CMOS/BIOS screen (Most of them use the F2/DEL key during booting, but it differs from manufacturer to manufacturer, so contact the PC's motherboard manufacturer or refer to the manual)
Select the BOOT section [depending on the manufacturer, it may be in a submenu of other menus.E.g)Advanced].
Set the boot mode to Legacy.
And select IODD Virtual ODD Drive as the first priority in Boot Order.
Occasionally, you may make the mistake of setting the installation target drive to IODD. If possible, keep the IODD drive write-protected to prevent accidents during OS installation. [Press
3key for 3 seconds]
Save & Exit
If you have set the correct ISO at the top of the boot order, At boot time, it boots via virtual ODD.
Windows > You will be prompted to press a specific key on the boot screen. (E.g F6)
Mac > For Intel or Silicon Macs, you may need to enter an additional key on your Mac when booting up. Please refer to APPLE's guide to booting from an external disk.