I have a 128gb usb flash drive on which I want to put bootable ISOs.

Windows 7, 8, 10 install discs and also partedmagic live ISO

I'd like to have a menu from which to choose which ISO image I want to load once I boot from the USB drive.

I found the following application http://www.pendrivelinux.com/xboot-multiboot-iso-usb-creator/

It seems to fit my needs, but I was wondering if people on here had recommendations for such a program.


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If you don't mind installing a Linux system on your flashdrive you can do this rather easily using the grml-rescueboot package. I used Lubuntu for it's small size and flexiblitly, installed the grml rescueboot package and dropped the ISO's I wanted to boot in the /boot/grml folder and ran sudo update-grub grml-rescueboot adds scripts to generate the menu and the necessary boot entries for all your ISO's. I haven't tested it with Windows Installation ISO's but I've had success with several and it's well worth trying. There's also a Grub Customizer package that you can use to dress up your menu among other things.

More info: https://askubuntu.com/questions/365248/adding-grub2-menu-entry-for-iso-using-grml-rescueboot/814626#814626


"MultiBootUSB is a cross platform software written in python which allows you to install multiple live linux on a USB disk non destructively and option to uninstall distros."

Works well.


Though this is not a software recommendation, but - IODD hosts a lot of ISO images, bootable or not. Some models support also multiple "virtual disks".

(Older USB2.0 models a.k.a. "Zalman Virtual CD emulator")


You could use YUMI, it creates a good menu and places entrys for each Iso loaded! You can get it here for windows:

YUMI multiboot pendrive

It really works great with Linux distros and various rescue discs, so it should work with Windows OS'es too.


Ventoy allows selecting from multiple .ISOs on the USB key and also searching the detected hard disk partitions.

You can select which .ISO you wish to boot from - just add and remove the .ISO files as you wish :)

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