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I have seen many ways to make a USB an installer for about any Windows OS. But how can I (using grub or something like that) make it bootable to all editions on Windows XP and 7?

I have tried Googling it and researching, I've even tried to do it, But I dont understand much about GRUB or linux at all.

Please keep in mind that I am not very good with linux, so please use as many details as possible.

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I am not sure I understand your question. If you want a usb stick capable of installing various windows systems from ISOs, there are many programs to make this easy for you. PendriveLinux is a great resource for this type of thing. Of the various choices listed there, I prefer MultiSystem.

Using its GUI, you can set up entries for each of the windows ISOs you want to use.

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I used multisystem and it worked like a charm. Thanks very much for your help! – alexander7567 Oct 18 '12 at 16:47

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