How to Create a Multiboot Windows USB – Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 Setup on a Single USB Drive


This Video is about How to create a USB Drive that contains Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 Installers in a Single USB Drive, called as a Multiboot USB.

For this video I have used Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit ISO, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit ISO and Windows 10 Home and Pro 64-Bit ISO.
The USB that I have creatd in this video is UEFI Bootable and also it is bootable on BIOS [Legacy] PCs.

You can use any Windows ISO, from Windows 7 to 10 and also their respective Server Editions. Both, 32-bit and 64-bit. But, remember that if you are using 32-bit ISO’s, You cannot be able to boot them in UEFI Mode, You will only able to boot them in BIOS [Legacy] Mode.

You can use as many Windows ISO’s you have, The only condition is that your USB must have as much space to hold all the ISO’s.

To create Multiboot USB I have used WinUSB. WinUSB is the easiest Windows Multiboot USB creator that I have ever used.

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  1. Nice friend, i love it, as you showen in this video as it is, lovely work not hanging problame while making usb bootable PD,

  2. Thank you so much !!! Amazing and wonderful video !!! Can I add another iso file again after I have done these steps and left the software ???Or will you have to charge everything at once ???


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