This video shows you how to MBR and UEFI-boot from a USB drive using VirtualBox with full read/write access to the USB drive. Use Virtual Box Version 5 (do not use with VBox 6).
It automatically creates the .vmdk file for the USB drive and dismounts the drive to give VBox full rd/wr access so the drive is not snapshotted. This means it will boot anything from DOS to Linux to Windows 10 from a USB drive without any problem! You can set up VMs for 64-bit UEFI and 32-bit UEFI as well as LegacyMBR BIOSes.
This method is much better than using Plop (which uses a read-only USB 2.0 driver and so any writes to the USB drive don’t actually work). If you boot VBOX to DOS, grub4dos, grub, syslinux, Win98, etc. from a USB drive you will find that writes to the USB drive do not work unless you use DavidB’s VMUB utility.
This shows you how to use DavidB’s Virtual Machine USB Boot Utility with VirtualBox.
Using this combination, you can boot from any USB drive (including Easy2Boot USB drives). USB 3.0 drives will boot nice and fast too!
DavidB’s Boot Utility v1.6
You can also UEFI-boot too. Make a VM with a 64-bit OS set and tick the BIOS EFI Advanced checkbox. For 32-bit UEFI-booting, pick a 32-bit OS for the VM type. Make sure Graphics VGA memory is larger than 64MB.
Tip: Do NOT configure the VM – Settings – USB as the boot drive or it will not boot!
IMPORTANT: Make sure to run both VMUB and VBox as Administrator.
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