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multiboot DVD/USB xp+7+vista is it possible?

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i need it emergency ONLY XP/Windows 7

how can i do that on DVD only DVD?

Get WAIK. Install WAIK.

Copy Windows 7 files to a folder c:\XP_7\

Copy Windows XP files to the same folder c:\XP_7\

Adjust boot configuration file c:\XP_7\boot\bcd


rem edit BCD (boot configuration data)
rem add XP \I386\SETUPLDR.BIN to boot DVD

set BCD="BCD"

BCDedit.exe /store %BCD% /create {ntldr} /d "Install Windows XP"
BCDedit.exe /store %BCD% /set {ntldr} device boot
BCDedit.exe /store %BCD% /set {ntldr} path \I386\SETUPLDR.BIN
BCDedit.exe /store %BCD% /displayorder {ntldr} /addlast

Keep resulting ISO file below 4 GB size.

oscdimg sorting is almost useless: high cpu load to sort some files, that's insane. dosn't sort folders

Oscdimg Command-Line Options

Run at c:\XP_7\

oscdimg -n -m -b.\boot\etfsboot.com . \XP_7.iso

Hi Friend I am new to this multiboot DVD creation.

Kindly tell me how can I copy the both win7 and XP file in the same c:\XP_7\ ????

Both of the OSs having their individual setup.exe file.

And how to adjust boot configuration file c:\XP_7\boot\bcd ???

Where should i use these commands.

Please help me.

Edited by siddhartha7m

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