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bingo123

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hello people,

i'm new here and i have a question for experts maybe their can help me with my problem.

I would like to have 3 Operating Systems on a USB stick for Installations

1. Windows Xp

2. Windows 7

3. Windows 8.1

is that possible?

 

With WinsetupFromUSB and RMPrepUSB i can only install 2 Operating Systems but i need 3

I would be very happy if you give me some info

I thank you and waiting for your message

 

thx

bingo123




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With both you can add way more sources. What made you think limit is 2?
Are uou using latest versions?

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Bingo :), you cannot post the same question over and over.

 

Earlier today you posted some 8 or 9 times this same question (most probably due to a connection or board issue), under two different thread titles, but now you have already an answer by ilko_t, try following this thread.

 

Answer ilko_t's questions, DO NOT start new threads about the same issue, please.

 

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hello,

 

sorry for dozens of posts, but i think that was not my fault

I tried my ask a question to the forum, but for some reason i had permanently a MySql error message

 

because I could not ask my post I have often tried

 

sorry again...

 

 

@ilko_t

 

would like to add to my USB stick 3 operating systems

 

1. windows xp

2. windows7 ultimate

3. windows 8.1

 

is that possible?

 

i have tested WinSetupFromUSB, RMPrepUSB, YUMI, XBOOT, and other but all with the tools i can only 2 OS on a USB stick

can you help me please

 

 

thx for all

bingo123


Edited by bingo123, 04 September 2014 - 05:43 PM.


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Which WinSetupFromUSB version do you use?
The current version supports your request.

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hello,

 

i have downloaded and use this here

 

WinSetupFromUSB 1.4 - 27.March.2014 from this page http://www.winsetupfromusb.com/

 

 

What exactly do i must now? I have my three .iso files on my HardDrive

 

 

 

thx

bingo123



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There are several tutorials:
http://www.winsetupf....com/tutorials/

As well as FAQ page:
http://www.winsetupfromusb.com/faq/

Read FAQ 2 and 10.

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thank ilko_t

 

have read but still problems with three OS on USB drive!

with WinSetupFromUSB i can only install two OS windows xp and windows7 but i want also windows 8.1

there is a solution?

 

 

 

thx

bingo123



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FAQ 2 and 10 CLEARLY state how to add more sources.

 

Also help cannot be given if you do not provide more information like what steps you are taking.


Edited by Kelsenellenelvian, 05 September 2014 - 02:11 AM.


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hello friends,

 

i want thanks to all experts, I've read in 2 days all FAQ's and tested many options NOW works fine my USB Stick with 3 OS

I would now like to know what is the? "Second part/continue NT6 Setup (Boot first internal disk)"

 

Is this of an option for start the Hard drive, or what is it exactly?

 

 

 

 

thx again to all

bingo123


Edited by bingo123, 07 September 2014 - 05:28 AM.


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Bingo123, have you read carefully and tried the option? If yes, which part in the name is unclear or confusing?
I am more than sure that figuring out what it does would not be a challenge for you, you just have to try.

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@ilko_t

 

man can not know everything? otherwise everyone would be a genie... :D 

that i have not found in the FAQ's

"Second part/continue NT6 Setup (Boot first internal disk)"

 

 

 

thx

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Sorry, but I am clueless for a better answer to the question "what does boot first internal disk option do", but "it boots the first internal disk".

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Sorry, but I am clueless for a better answer to the question "what does boot first internal disk option do", but "it boots the first internal disk".

You may want to change the entry to:

Choose this one please...

 

Simple, effective.

 

;)

 

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