Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD) on PXE menu

Here is how to upload the Ultimate Boot CD iso into the K2000 to be able to pxe from it.

Download and install the KBE manipulator from here:


After installing launch the KBE Manipulator Update checker to make sure you have the latest version

Download the Ultimate boot CD iso from here:


Click on the iso link on the bottom left

Note:  Make sure you have WAIK installed on the machine you are using the KBE manipulator on

You can download the WAIK from here:



Launch the KBE Manipulator

  1. Put in the Ip address of the K2
  2. Enter the samba share password
  3. Select architecture x86
  4. Assign a name to the KBE such UBCD
  5. Click next
  6. Leave the default option at Find K2000/RSA via my DHCP server
  7. Click the add features button
  8. Click the tab “or Upload a Custom KBE”
  9. Choose the second browse button to browse to the location of the UBCD iso
  10. Click Create KBE
  11. After a few moments the K2000 will have the KBE uploaded to the K2000. You can now pxe boot and have the Ultimate Boot CD at your disposal


  • Great instructions! Also, the PDF instruction sheet that comes with KBEM has a list of currently known working and non-working custom ISO files. - andrew_lubchansky 8 years ago
  • This seems very cool to be able to do this but why would I want to do this? Would I be able to still remote the system if I PXE to UBCD to resolve an issue? - rsm11 8 years ago
    • You won't be able to remote into a system from the K2000 using this but instead of carrying around a disk or usb stick you can pxe and have the utility readily available. This also works with Hirens and Microsoft Dart. - Timi 8 years ago
  • Anyone have any idea why I get the following error when trying to run Parted Magic? "Searching for PMAGIC_2013_08_01.SQFS...
    The PMAGIC_2013_08_01.sqfs file could not be found. Report this incident to the forum and if possible attach a directly listing of the media..." - kpm8 8 years ago
    • hmmm... http://www.howtogeek.com/63226/how-to-setup-network-bootable-utility-discs-using-pxe/ - kpm8 8 years ago
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