Anyone can create a Bootable disk with ease and today I will tell you How To Create A Multi-Boot USB Disk-Multiple OS In One Disk.Now you can easily put many .ISO files to a single USB drive.

You can create multi-boot for any can go with all editions of windows or windows+Linus or all variants of Linux whatever you want according to your needs.

You Just need the .ISO files of the OS and a bigger capacity Pendrive and a tool called WinSetupFromUSB.

If you want to create a Single Boot with ease check My another post.

Let’s Get Started To Create Multi-Boot USB:-

1.Download  WinSetupFromUSB and Extract it.

2.Connect The USB Drive you want to use for the process.

3.Open  WinSetupFromUSB in suitable bit variant 32 or 64 works without installation.

4.Select your USB from the drop-down list in app refresh if not yet detected.

5.Tick Auto format it with FBinst.

6.Click Advanced Options.

7.Click on Custom menu names for Vista/7/8/Server Source checkbox.

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

For example, I am using the Windows 8.1 ISO.

Note:-WinSetupFromUSB will not support 32-bit and 64-bit versions simultaneously that’s why it is showing error.


9.Tap Go.A message of data deletion will pop up. Click yes.

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


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

12.Now, Type the name you want to show on multiboot.Click OK.

13.It will take some time to finish the job off.

14.Tap OK to exit.

How To Add Another .ISO In The Same USB?

with the help of above steps, you must have booted one .ISO file now we are going to add another .ISO to make it Multi-boot.

1.Start WinSetupFromUSB Again.

2.Select the USB Drive again from the list as you did earlier.

3.Now, Tap Advanced options and go to Custom menu names for Vista/7/8/10/Server Source.

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

5.Now, select the second .ISO file for your multi-boot.

6.Tap GO and repeat the earlier.

Follow the same steps to add more .ISO files.






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