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How to Create a Dual Installation Flash Drive with Multiple Versions of Windows

by Abubakar Musa Usman
I remember those moments when i use to burn DVD’s to each an every Windows OS when i intend to format, repairor installation of Windows OS or something else which technically needs such things. But thanks to technology developer’s as they now bring something powerful that can make all the needed ISO’s in one single USB.
WinSetupFromUSB 1.7 is a powerful portable windows application that let you make a bunch of multi ISO’s images in a single USB and it also allowed you to include non-window ISO’s. It supports almost any kind of Windows version ranging from Win 7 to 10 (according to our test). But from its official site it support Win XP,7,8, and 10.
The process is simple, all you have to do is to download and install this portable application from its official website and get started it is easy and simple and i think this doesn’t need any long procedure, but we are going to make it because there’s a lot folks who actually need step by step guide.

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Upon download the programs, double-click on it to select the Windows version you are using, that is, if you are running 32 bit version then click on the first or if its x64 bit then simple click on the second choice.

Note; Before you lunch the software make sure that the Flash Card has inserted correctly into your Computer and it must be at least 16GB or more than that, though it defend on how many ISO’s images you want to burn.

Then it will automatically detect the name of the Flash. if didn’t show up? Just click Refresh and it automatically bring up.
When done that, then check on Advance Options check box and it will bring another Menu because its not normal check box.
Upon pop-up, then check on Custom menu names for Vista/7/8/Server Source check box that’s when you intend to provide names for the folder in which the ISOs are stored and the boot menu names i.e. When you boot from USB drive, then close the dialog when you done that.

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Then check on Auto format it with FBinat and FAT32 check box’s, this help to format the drive conveniently and also you’ll be able to boot in UEFI mode.
Now select on the check box thats said Windows Vista /7/8/10/server 2008/2012 based ISO and move your cursor to Browse section to locate and open the ISO image you want add.
May be you’ll caught something saying File is too large for a FAT32 partition just hit Ok button and move on. Then you will caught a two popup at different time, warning you that are you sure its on that drive and the next warning popup will format the drive before stating the operation just hit Yes to continue.
When it successfully done another dialog will popup telling you to type the custom folder name for the ISO.
Another similar dialog will also popup again telling you to type the custom name that should appear in the boot menu, you have 30 second to do, otherwise it will use default automatically, then hit Ok button to continue.
Finally the software will start the operation by adding the ISO to your USB drive and adding the options to the boot menu.
Job done dialog will be the last popup you can exit the program or you can continue adding some ISOs to your boot drive.
This is how you can do to make multi bunch of ISOs images in a single USB Flash Drive using the above procedure but make sure.
  • You uncheck Auto format it with FBinst check box because it will overwrite the previous work you’ve done before, you can only do that when it first time use.
  • You will also need to check on Custom menu names for Vista /7/8/10 Server Source check box under Advance Menu Options. This step must be enable before you proceed.
That’s it, got error on your way doing so? Please don’t hesitate, use the comment box below to state the problem and we’ll surely respond you. While it doesn’t sport the most intuitive interface, WinSetupFromUSB is lightweight and works well. And once you get the hang of adding ISOs to the package, it’s a breeze to set yourself up with a powerful boot disk that will let you install whatever version of Windows you want, as well as a number of other bootable tools. Thank you.

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