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WinSetupFromUSB is a Windows program with the help of which you can create a multi bootable USB drive. It supports Windows XP/2000 to windows latest version for creating multiboot.You can also install a Linux operating system with windows to create a multi bootable USB flash drive. To create a multi bootable USB drive using winsetupfromusb you need
Note: Actually this option format your USB drive with the desired format(Fat32 or Ntfs). You have to tick this option only for the first operating system installation. If your pc is set to boot in UEFI mode then select FAT32 Either you can select NTFS.
Note: if you using FAT32 format and your iso size is more than 4 GB. It will show a message to split the file. Just click on ok.
If you want to add more iso files just follow the same process. But one thing must remind don’t select “Auto format it with FBinst” After first iso writing in your USB flash drive. Either it will format all the iso files you create bootable in USB flash drive.
After completing all the processes just insert your USB flash drive into your computer and then restart your computer. Now press the bios key to enter in your boot menu.
For various brands of computers or laptops have different bios keys or dedicated bios keys. To know about your laptop bios key take help from google. After entering bios, select the USB drive for boot.
After booting you will enter choose an operating system screen. Now choose your desire version of windows you want to install.
Related Reading: How to create a bootable USB drive.
So these are the tricks on how to create multi os bootable USB. I think this method must help you to create a master bootable USB drive. Nowadays bootable DVD is no more used. Because the USB drive is faster than the DVD.
So you can create a master bootable USB drive with this trick and store it in a good place for future use. If you find these tricks is helpful for you please comment below and share them with your friends. Thank you visit again!
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