Multiboot USB Creator For Windows

We all know how to boot a single Windows operating system or any other operating system on a single pen drive. There are many operating systems available in the market, either free or paid. Each is having its multiple versions and features. Multiboot USB

Many times we have only one pen drive or even if we have more than one, we want to keep all the operating systems that we need bootable together in a single pen drive. But because we don’t know the process, we have to repeatedly boot an operating system from a pen drive and then delete it when required a new operating system and boot the new operating system again. But today we will learn how to boot a single pen drive with multiple windows and other operating systems.

Multiboot USB Creator For Windows
Multiboot USB Creator For Windows

The process to create a multiboot USB pen drive is quite simple. For Windows OS, these multiboot USB pen drives can be created using a popular tool known as WinSetupFromUSB. It allows you to put multiple ISO files in one installation pen drive/flash drive. You can put Windows 10 64bit and Windows 10 32bit in the same pen drive. And also you can put Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and Linux, etc in the same bootable disk/pen drive.

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Process How To Create Multiboot USB Flash Drive:-

Step 1: First Download WinSetupFromUSB-1.8 File and Extract this file.

Step 2: Connect the pen drive to your computer.

Step 3: Open WinSetupFromUSB-1-8 Extracted folder then double click on WinSetupFromUSB_1-8_x64.exe (64-bit) or WinSetupFromUSB_1-8.exe (32-bit) file according to your Windows OS configuration.

Multiboot USB - WinSetupFromUSB Folder

It will work without any installation.

Multiboot USB Flash Drive Tool - WinSetupFromUSB
Mutiboot USB Flash Drive Tool – WinSetupFromUSB

Step 4: Make sure your pen drive is listed and selected in the top drop-down menu. If it is not selected then click Refresh.

Step 5: If using the program for the first time on this USB pen drive, then select the Auto format it with FBinst option. Use FAT32 if you’d need to boot in UEFI mode (Preferred) else go with the NTFS option.

Multiboot USB - WinSetupFromUSB disk select & format

Step 6: Under Add to USB disk: you can Select the first NT6 source, it is expected an in ISO image file, If it is larger than 4gb then show a message to split the file into parts and click Ok. here is an example with Windows 10 x64 :

Multiboot USB - WinSetupFromUSB Add ISO

Step 7: Click Advanced options.

Step 8: Tick the Custom menu name for Vista/7/8/Server Source. And click the Cross Button (X) to exit the Advanced options.

Step 9: Click Go.

Step 10: A data deletion warning message will be displayed. Click Yes.

Note: Do remember to check the pen drive name (Which you want to use?) before clicking Yes.

Step 11: Another warning message will be displayed that telling to all data and partitions will be erased. Click Yes.

Step 12: It will ask for the custom windows setup folder name. Type the name like WinT64 with in 45 seconds. Click Ok

Multiboot USB

Step 13: Next, it will ask custom windows setup boot menu name. Type the name like Windows 10 64bit with in 45 seconds. Click Ok

Step 14: This process will take few minutes to finish.

Step 15: When displayed a message Job Done then Click Ok to Finish. And Click Exit.

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Add Second ISO File in Multiboot USB Pen Drive:

Step 1: Start this tool again to add second OS ISO file.

Step 2: Select the pen drive in the drop-down menu.

Step 3: Don’t Click Auto format with FBinst. If you click it then your previous ISO file was remove from your USB pen drive.

Multiboot USB - Windows ISO

Step 4: Repeate the Steps 6 to 9 mentioned earlier

Step 5: Repeat the Steps 12 to 15 mentioned earlier.

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Add Linux ISO File in Multiboot USB Pen Drive:

Step 1: Start this tool again to add second OS ISO file.

Step 2: Select the pen drive in the drop-down menu.

Step 3: Don’t Click Auto format with FBinst. If you click it then your previous ISO file was remove from your USB pen drive.

Multiboot USB - Linux ISO

Step 4: Under Add to USB disk: you can Select the linux ISO image

Step 5: After selecting ISO file, it will ask Enter boot menu name. Type the name like Ubuntu-18.04.1 with in 45 seconds. Click Ok

Step 6: Click Go

Step 7: This process will take few minutes to finish.

Step 8: When displayed a message Job Done then Click Ok to Finish.

Follow these same process to add more ISO file in a single USB pen drive.

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