This is my second post here, didn't see an intro forum so hello everyone. This forum seems like one of the most technical I've found for PC related information. It seems the internet just keeps getting noisier and good info keeps getting harder to find. This site may alleviate that situation to some extent. So I've been wanting to consolidate all my bootable utilities onto one flash drive. From Googling around it seems that YUMI is the go-to utility for that. It does work well, but it gave me trouble with the Windows Repair disk. Booting the repair disk from an ISO was confusing Windows Repair into thinking there's a boot problem when there isn't. For some reason it seemed to be looking at the flash drive as the boot drive instead of the actual root drive. So that kind of put a spanner in the works for me in building an all-in-one bootable flash. I had seen EasyBCD mentioned a lot and thought it was only a tool for editing the BCD file Windows uses for its boot manager. I've found it's a lot more than that. It can load a version of Grub on the flash drive to boot ISOs as well as wim files. I had a little trouble with the program at first, confused me initially with the way it works. I think there's room for improvement with the interface. Though once I got a handle on it I was able to boot the Windows Repair disk normally from the Windows boot loader as well as several other bootable ISOs I have. All works without issue. I was really happy to find EasyBCD can do this so I wanted to post about it. It's a great utility and does things I've not seen anything else able to do. It's only the difference between one or several flash drives and they're cheap, but it's just super handy to have everything on one drive. So thanks EasyBCD for a really cool product.