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Multi OS USB Drive

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Hello there Guys, I just finished trying out installing Win 7 from Flash Drive, Freaken Sweet. So Fast! So now I wanted to take my project up to the next step. Now I wanted to Create A Flash Drive With Windows XP Pro, Vista and Win 7. I know how to make the USB Bootbable, but what I don't know is, How do I create a Menu to Choose what OS to install. I think you guys understand what I am trying to do. Have a Main-Menu with the Listed OS to Install.

So if you guys can point me to the right direction on How can I do this, it would really help me out Big Time. Also On the Flash Drive, Do I just create a Folder for Each OS?

Thank you for all youe Help Guys!

Josh :thumbup

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HI

I have the ISO images of Windows XP Pro SP3, Windows 7 32 bit, Windows 7 64 bit, custom Windows 7 32-64 bit and GParted 0.4.8.1.

How do I make a boot USB stick so that I can choose whether to start the installation of a Windows system or start GParted?

By chance, there is a complete guide to this?

THANKS

BYE

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As Bob Dylan would have put it :w00t::

How many boards must a man post to, before you can call him a bore
How do I make a boot USB stick so that I can choose whether to start the installation of a Windows system or start GParted?

By chance, there is a complete guide to this?

The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind....

..or in google and in doing some homework....

http://www.boot-land.net/forums/index.php?...ic=9736&hl=

jaclaz

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