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    Multi bootable usb

    Hi h r u? I hope every one is fi9.
    Can any one tell me How to create Multi bootable USB same as it in pics.

    Plz help me

    i dont konw how to create this usb. No one tell me about same Multi USB.

    I am waiting.

    Thnx
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    I am not sure if this is exactly what you want - but I would search Grub Loader online as I use this a lot to boot into various different programs when system starts on USB key...

    GNU GRUB - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)

    It is an extremely useful little app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyJM View Post
    I am not sure if this is exactly what you want - but I would search Grub Loader online as I use this a lot to boot into various different programs when system starts on USB key...

    GNU GRUB - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)

    It is an extremely useful little app.
    thanks i will try.

    can u tell me how to use software?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamal007 View Post
    thanks i will try.

    can u tell me how to use software?
    . . . . reading the documentation on the linked website may be start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamal007 View Post
    thanks i will try.

    can u tell me how to use software?
    Hi Jamal007

    As Bodminman says - you do need to follow the details on their site... also Google will lead you to lots of good blogs on how to do it.

    Essentially you need to;

    1. make the USB key bootable
    2. Copy the Grub files onto the key
    3. Create ISO images of any bootable CDs/DVDs which you want to have as options and copy them onto the USB key

    It takes a bit of fiddling about with but works really well

    Good Luck

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    The screenshots you posted look like they are from Easy2Boot.

    Easy2Boot is a multiboot (aka multipass) USB drive (flash or hard disk) that you can boot a system from. It can contain a large variety of ISO files or image files or linux files (or any bootable file) and is based on grub4dos. No file editing is required, just drag and drop to your USB Easy2Boot drive and boot it!
    Last edited by Arthur; 28th February 2013 at 07:38 PM.

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    I'd recommend taking a look at YUMI - YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator (Windows) | USB Pen Drive Linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammmie999 View Post
    thanks but i am already use Yumi software i have face problem is that with this software after creating usb when i m trying to installing windows xp Suddenly blue error screen appear.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamal007 View Post
    Suddenly blue error screen appear.
    If you are getting the 0x0000007B BSoD that is because XP doesn't have drivers for your SATA controller. Windows 7 & 8 won't have this issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamal007 View Post
    thanks but i am already use Yumi software i have face problem is that with this software after creating usb when i m trying to installing windows xp Suddenly blue error screen appear.

    Yikes, XP, it think I still remember that. Anyhow, is it plugged it in to a usb hub or port that is piped into a hub on the motherboard. XP is beyond primitive, especially in the installer and it reinitiates all usb hubs when it boots into textmode which will cut off connections to the installation source. If it is that anything Vista or higher should work fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Yikes, XP, it think I still remember that. Anyhow, is it plugged it in to a usb hub or port that is piped into a hub on the motherboard. XP is beyond primitive, especially in the installer and it reinitiates all usb hubs when it boots into textmode which will cut off connections to the installation source. If it is that anything Vista or higher should work fine.
    thanks
    but it is not solution.i have 1 friend who create Multi Bootable USB but he they dont tell about how to create usb.he install windows xp from his flash but blue screen not come from his flash

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamal007 View Post
    thanks
    but it is not solution.i have 1 friend who create Multi Bootable USB but he they dont tell about how to create usb.he install windows xp from his flash but blue screen not come from his flash
    Then make sure it on on a real USB port not a multiplexed one that is detected as a hub, there should be at least one unless your motherboard is criminally bad.

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    Easy2Boot will install from a vanilla unmodified MS XP ISO on a USB flash drive to a target AHCI/SCSI/RAID PC. You need to add the DriverPacks.net mass storage drivers (just unzip the files to the correct folder on the Easy2Boot drive). Easy2Boot automatically makes the needed F6 virtual floppy disks with the correct drivers (autodetect). Instructions are on the RMPrepUSB site - Tutorial 72a.

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    The last photo / screen dumps titlebar tells you what they are using

    QEMU (RMPrep usb emulation )

    ImageUploadedByEduGeek1377416240.091886.jpg

    So as per @Arthur

    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    The screenshots you posted look like they are from Easy2Boot.

    and @s69's post

    Quote Originally Posted by s69 View Post
    Easy2Boot will install from a vanilla unmodified MS XP ISO on a USB flash drive to a target AHCI/SCSI/RAID PC. You need to add the DriverPacks.net mass storage drivers (just unzip the files to the correct folder on the Easy2Boot drive). Easy2Boot automatically makes the needed F6 virtual floppy disks with the correct drivers (autodetect). Instructions are on the RMPrepUSB site - Tutorial 72a.
    Last edited by mac_shinobi; 25th August 2013 at 09:41 AM.



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