There is a lot of software on the market today, but from time to time we discover something extraordinary and unique worth sharing and today we have a threat for you. Ventoy is a tool that will help you with system reinstallations and system maintenance once and for all.
If you are a computer user that has multiple operating systems or you are installing and maintaining different hardware via different OS there is a high chance that you have multiple USB sticks with different operating systems on them.
Now the problem with that is that there are probably too many unlabeled sticks around or you do not have enough so you keep making system USBs depending on which one you might need.
Ventoy solves all of these problems by letting you have as many operating systems images as your USB has capacity. The only thing you need to do is get the software here: https://www.ventoy.net/en/index.html and make a USB with it, then you can freely just copy your ISO images onto the USB and once it is inserted into the computer you will be given a menu to choose which one you would like to start with, simple as that.
|Automatically select unsigned drivers||Useful for testing on computers that are running versions of Windows that do not require signed drivers.|
|Automatically select drivers built for older versions of Windows||Useful for testing driver compatibility with newer versions of Windows.|
|Automatically select all drivers installed on this computer||Provides maximum coverage in terms of the number of drivers that are tested on a system. This option is useful for test scenarios where a driver can interact with other devices or drivers on a system. This option can also exhaust the resources available for Special Pool and some resource tracking. Testing all drivers can also adversely affect system performance.|
|Select driver names from a list||In most cases, you will want to specify which drivers to test. Selecting all drivers in a device stack allows the Enhanced I/O Verification option to track objects and check compliance because an I/O request packet (IRP) is passed between each of the drivers in the stack, which allows for a greater level of detail to be provided when an error is detected. Select a single driver if you are running a test scenario that measures system or driver performance metrics, or if you want to allocate the greatest number of resources available for detecting memory corruption or resource tracking issues (such as deadlocks or mutexes). The Special Pool and I/O Verification options are more effective when used on one driver at a time.|
"The file d3dx9_32.dll is missing" "D3DX9_32.DLL is missing. Replace D3DX9_32.DLL and try again." "File d3dx9_32.dll not found" "D3dx9_32.dll not found. Reinstalling might help fix this." "Missing component d3dx9_32.dll"This error usually pops while using gaming software. The D3dx9_32.dll error is displayed after a game is loaded or before the game-play begins. However, it may also appear in software that uses advanced graphic features.