How To Put Multiple ISO Files In One Bootable USB Disk | Create Multiboot USB
Windows: If you’re tired of managing five or six different live CDs for testing and troubleshooting, free program XBoot will help you merge them all onto one DVD or thumb drive with simple drag-and-drop ease.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve amassed quite a few live CDs over the years that I’d like to keep, like GParted, Ophcrack, and the many flavors of Linux I have lying around. Unfortunately, they always seem to get buried under all the other CDs I have, or left at other people’s houses. XBoot does away with the need for all that, creating one bootable USB drive with any ISOs you want on it.
Try this trick and be a smart user.
About XBOOT – Multiboot ISO/USB Creator
XBoot is a easy-to-use utility for creating Multiboot USB/ISO.You may have seen many bootable ISO files like Linux live CDs , Antivirus rescue CDs etc. XBoot can combine these ISO files in to one Multiboot ISO file or create Multiboot USB in just few clicks. Simply Drag and drop ISO files in to XBoot and click Create ISO or Create USB button.
Steps for Creating a Live Multiboot USB with XBOOT
Download, extract and run the latest version of XBOOT
(1) Drag and drop some ISOs into the XBOOT window
For example here I am using Xiaopan iso file.
(2) Select Create USB
(3) Select your USB Drive from the Droplist (4) Select a Bootloader to use
(5) Click OK to begin creation
A copy notification window appears to keep you informed of the progress. Once the process is complete, you should have a Bootable Multiboot USB Flash Drive with your ISO selections installed.
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