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I have ISO images for both Ubuntu and Windows XP. I want to host both of them on a USB drive so that I can install either without needing installation CDs (I don't have a CD drive). How can I do that?

SO, I want to have both Windows XP and Ubuntu on my USB Drive so that i could install any one of tem just from a USB. I do not have CD Drive thats why i wanna do that. I have ISO image of both ubuntu and windows xp

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Take a look at multisystem ( the design of the GUI is terrible, the translation is terrible, too, but for me the program works, and that's the important thing. – FSMaxB Nov 10 '13 at 9:45
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Been using this for a long time, it never let me down, you should give it a try.
YUMI - your universal multiboot installer

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