Create Multiple ISO Files In One Bootable USB Disk .

   Create Multiple ISO Files In One Bootable USB Disk 



There are many operating systems available in the market, either free or paid. Each is having its multiple versions and features. You can’t waste a flash drive for each of them. It would be great if you put all the ISO files on a flash drive and make a multiboot USB using. It is a lot easier when a single storage media houses many ISO files.
You can put Windows and Linux in the same bootable disk or create a master installation disk of Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10. This choice is up to you. Making multiboot USBs can be very helpful for Linux users who have to deal with various distributions each having its own set of features.
We need  a USB flash drive of considerable size. To stuff three Windows ISOs in the multiboot USB disk,  then we need a 16GB flash drive.
How to create Multiboot USB Disk in Windows?
1.   first, Download  WinSetupFromUSB.  Extract this file.

2.      Connect the flash drive to your computer.

3.    Then,Open WinSetupFromUSB. Open the 32-bit and 64-bit version according to your OS. It will be work without any installation.

4.      Make sure your flash drive is listed and selected in the drop-down menu. Click Refresh, if it is not on the list.

5.     click  Auto format it with FBinst.
[Note]: You have to tick this option only for the first ISO installation. Choose FAT32 if your computer is set to boot using UEFI mode or if UEFI sounds strange to your ears. Else, go with the NTFS option.



6.      Click Advanced options.

7.   click  the Custom menu names for Vista/7/8/Server Source checkbox. Click the Cross (X) button to exit Advanced Options.



8.      To add the ISO file for your multiboot USB, tick the checkbox corresponding to OS under Add to USB disk subheading.

[Note:] If the size of your ISO is larger than 4 Gb, it will show a message to split the file into parts. This is because you’ve chosen the FAT32 option. Click OK.
Note: WinSetupFromUSB doesn’t support dual ISOs i.e. it can’t have 32-bit and 64bit version in a single ISO. It will show an error message.  



9.      Click go . A data deletion warning message will be displayed. This is because you’ve chosen to format the flash drive. Click Yes.



10. Another warning message will be displayed telling you that all the partitions will be erased. Click Yes.


11. Next, it will ask for the folder name. Type the desired one in 30 seconds or it’ll auto select. Click Ok.



12. It will ask for the boot menu name. This will appear when you run the multiboot USB on some PC and choose an operating system. Type your desired name like Windows 8.1 64-bit. Click Ok.

13. The process will take few minutes to finish.

14. last, Click EXIT to finish.
How to add the second ISO file in the Multiboot USB Disk?
1.      Start the tool again and   Select your flash drive in the drop-down menu.

2.      Click Advanced Options and look for Custom menu names for Vista/7/8/10/Server Source.

3.      Don’t Click Auto format with FBinst. That’s because it will remove your previous ISO file.

4.      Add the second ISO file for your multiboot USB.

5.      Click GO and repeat the steps mentioned earlier.



                       You can follow the same process to add more ISO files.





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