How to make a multi-boot USB disk for Windows + Linux + HirenS?

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  1. yro

    yro MDL Senior Member

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    Hi all.

    I need some help.

    I want to know how can I make an bootable USB (I have an sandisk 15gb) containing the systems bellow:

    * Windows 7 SP1 All-In-One
    * Ubuntu 14.04 or newer
    * Hiren'S BootCD 15.2

    I need to have an bootable usb stick that when I power on the computer and the boot starts, I see an menu with these 3 entries listed above, so I can select one, press enter and the boot will start.

    I need the Windows 7 aio to have the recovery x64 option on it (its not mandatory but it would be a great plus in my case).

    If anyone can help me pointing out some tool "AND" a guide to do it the right way, It will be great guys.

    Sorry if this is in the wrong place, If so, please move this topic to the right place.

    see ya..
     
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  2. apologized

    apologized MDL Addicted

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  3. greenworld5588

    greenworld5588 MDL Novice

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    i always use WinSetupFromUSB, i installed Windows with it on more than 50 various brands laptops and desktops without facing any problem, also I insert my every ISO or Windows ISO with it,
    e.g I insert these in single USB stick:
    - Windows XP
    - Windows 7 or higher ISO
    - Live Windows 7 ISO
    - HBCD ISO
    - UBCD
    - or any other bootable or Grub4DOS ISO.

    here is the official page of this:
    winsetupfromusb

    Note: insert www and com with above. i am unable to give here link.
     
  4. Whiznot

    Whiznot MDL Member

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    The first two replies touting Easy2Boot are great advice. Using RMPrepUSB and Easy2Boot is simple because directions are clear and detailed. These tools are great utilities.
     
  5. yro

    yro MDL Senior Member

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    I will try these but is there some how to?
     
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  6. lildude491

    lildude491 MDL Novice

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    How to is on the Easy2boot website. Very easy to do. I believe there is a youtube video on how to use easy2boot also.