Is it possible to have USB drive bootable and place multiple ISOs like
- Windows 7.iso
so that I can choose which OS to install?
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From the site:
How to Boot Multiple ISO Files from USB
- Download and run MultiBootISOs.exe following the onscreen instructions
- Download some ISO Files (listed above) and place them on your Flash Drive
- Restart your PC setting it to boot from the USB device
- Select the ISO you want to Boot from the Menu and enjoy!
That's all there is to it. You should now be booting your favorite ISO files from your Multi-Boot USB device!
Limitations: As far as I can see you can only do this for the O.S's on their list:
* Run MemTest86+ ISO from USB (Get ISO from Zip) * Boot Linux Mint 8 ISO from USB * Boot Ubuntu 9.10 ISO from USB * Boot Xubuntu 9.10 ISO from USB * Boot Kubuntu 9.10 ISO from USB * Boot Ubuntu 9.10 Netbook Remix from USB * Boot Ubuntu 9.10 Rescue Remix from USB * Boot Ubuntu 9.10 Server Install ISO from USB * Boot Parted Magic 4.8 ISO from USB (get ISO from Zip) * Boot DSL 4.4.10 initrd ISO from USB * Boot Ultimate Boot 4.11 CD (UBCD) ISO from USB * Boot SliTaz Linux 2.0 ISO from USB * Boot OphCrack XP ISO from USB * Boot OphCrack Vista ISO from USB * Boot Offline NT Password + Reg Editor from USB (get ISO from Zip) * Boot RIPLinux 9.3 ISO from USB * Boot Ylmf OS (Windows Like OS) ISO from USB * Boot DBAN 1.0.7 (Hard Drive Nuker) ISO from USB * Boot xPUD (Simple NetBook Distro) ISO from USB * Run FreeDOS (Balder Image) from USB (put balder10.img on USB) * Boot boot.kernel.org (BKO) gpxe.lkrn from USB (put gpxe.lkrn on
And if you don't like the above solution (I don't), you can try this one:
It's based on "Syslinux"