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bingo123

3 OS on a USB stick

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hello people,

i'm new here and i have a question for experts maybe their can help me with my problem.

I would like to have 3 Operating Systems on a USB stick for Installations

1. Windows Xp

2. Windows 7

3. Windows 8.1

is that possible?

 

With WinsetupFromUSB and RMPrepUSB i can only install 2 Operating Systems but i need 3

I would be very happy if you give me some info

I thank you and waiting for your message

 

thx

bingo123

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With both you can add way more sources. What made you think limit is 2?

Are uou using latest versions?

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Bingo :), you cannot post the same question over and over.

 

Earlier today you posted some 8 or 9 times this same question (most probably due to a connection or board issue), under two different thread titles, but now you have already an answer by ilko_t, try following this thread.

 

Answer ilko_t's questions, DO NOT start new threads about the same issue, please.

 

jaclaz

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hello,

 

sorry for dozens of posts, but i think that was not my fault

I tried my ask a question to the forum, but for some reason i had permanently a MySql error message

 

because I could not ask my post I have often tried

 

sorry again...

 

 

@ilko_t

 

would like to add to my USB stick 3 operating systems

 

1. windows xp

2. windows7 ultimate

3. windows 8.1

 

is that possible?

 

i have tested WinSetupFromUSB, RMPrepUSB, YUMI, XBOOT, and other but all with the tools i can only 2 OS on a USB stick

can you help me please

 

 

thx for all

bingo123

Edited by bingo123

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Which WinSetupFromUSB version do you use?

The current version supports your request.

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thank ilko_t

 

have read but still problems with three OS on USB drive!

with WinSetupFromUSB i can only install two OS windows xp and windows7 but i want also windows 8.1

there is a solution?

 

 

 

thx

bingo123

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FAQ 2 and 10 CLEARLY state how to add more sources.

 

Also help cannot be given if you do not provide more information like what steps you are taking.

Edited by Kelsenellenelvian

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hello friends,

 

i want thanks to all experts, I've read in 2 days all FAQ's and tested many options NOW works fine my USB Stick with 3 OS

I would now like to know what is the? "Second part/continue NT6 Setup (Boot first internal disk)"

 

Is this of an option for start the Hard drive, or what is it exactly?

 

 

 

 

thx again to all

bingo123

Edited by bingo123

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Bingo123, have you read carefully and tried the option? If yes, which part in the name is unclear or confusing?

I am more than sure that figuring out what it does would not be a challenge for you, you just have to try.

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@ilko_t

 

man can not know everything? otherwise everyone would be a genie... :D 

that i have not found in the FAQ's

"Second part/continue NT6 Setup (Boot first internal disk)"

 

 

 

thx

bingo123

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Sorry, but I am clueless for a better answer to the question "what does boot first internal disk option do", but "it boots the first internal disk".

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Sorry, but I am clueless for a better answer to the question "what does boot first internal disk option do", but "it boots the first internal disk".

You may want to change the entry to:

Choose this one please...

 

Simple, effective.

 

;)

 

jaclaz

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