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I want to create bootable USB and add programs like GParted, Kaspersky Resque Disk, Windows 7 Repair Disk and lot of others that can be loaded on boot. I know how to create bootable USB but how to add the programs so when the machine boots to show a simple interface with the programs list so i can choose which program to start.

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I have found this program when trying to do a similar thing and it worked for me:

It is called YUMI (your universal multiboot installer). It's really simple to use. Just download and run the program following the on screen instructions.

Here's the download link:

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Have you tried to add Hiren's BootCD to USB with YUMI and then add other programs? – peter7558 Aug 15 '13 at 14:03
I haven't ever used that before. I don't know if it would work or not, there's no harm in testing I suppose. – Autumnal Aug 15 '13 at 17:40

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