right, I can make a bootable USB from an iso file, but for work I need to burn four bootable iso files (all for windows 7) onto one USB to reimage my laptop. I have no idea whether its possible to concatenate them and use rufus or if there is a better tool. and before its suggested I don't have a disk drive to use.

  • SARDU Multiboot creator can do this, but it's somewhat complex to use. The free version should do what you want. As a side note, why not just put them on the usb stick one by one, and install one after the other ? Might be easier. Jun 3, 2016 at 14:08

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YUMI should be able to do what you need: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/yumi-multiboot-usb-creator/

YUMI runs on Windows, and you can use it to install multiple ISOs to a USB alongside one another (USB space permitting). YUMI uses a small menu when the USB is booted to let you select the ISO/OS to boot from the USB drive.

Choose your USB drive in step 1, choose the "Windows Vista/7/8 Installer" option for Step 2 (it's near the bottom of the drop-down menu), and point it to the Windows 7 ISO file in Step 3. YUMI should take care of the rest.

  • Just to add to your answer there is one more option called XBOOT, what works the similar way as you described above. Jun 5, 2016 at 20:13

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