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Windows 7: create multiple disk boot

01 Sep 2012   #1

windows 7 ultimate x64
create multiple disk boot

hi guys.
i want to create a Bootable DVD that has 4 things:
1-windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
2-Windows Xp service pack 3
3-minitool partition wizard
4-windows seven password remover
i want that when i insert the DVD in system and boot from the DVD it shows me these 4 things to use them?
please explain easilly because i am not professional

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01 Sep 2012   #2
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate

Hello mate.

I believe what you want can be found at this link below but I it's a pretty intense process that a casual user may have issues with, multi-boot USBs can be created though.

YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator (Windows) | USB Pen Drive Linux
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01 Sep 2012   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

I stopped short of suggesting YUMI since OP wanted both Windows 7 and Windows XP. YUMI will not take Windows XP. If the OP takes it off from his list then YUMI is the best choice.

Guidelines to OP:

Download YUMI and with your pendrive plugged in run YUMI- (the current version)

Follow the screenshot to make the Win7 Installer.

create multiple disk boot-createwin7boot.jpg

For other ISOs if that ISO is listed (as was Windows7) choose that in the drop box and continue.

If the ISO is not listed choose "Try an unlisted ISO" in the drop down box.

When using the "Try an Unlisted ISO option", the ISO file name must contain no spaces.

Once you have created the MULTIBOOT pendrive, you can access the menu list and edit the title to be displayed if you want.

My Computer > your Multiboot Pendrive > multiboot > menu > menu.lst

The screenshot shows the menu list after I created the AOMEI Partition Assistant WinPE.

create multiple disk boot-edittitle.jpg

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01 Sep 2012   #4

windows 7 ultimate x64

thanks jumanji and bare foot kid.
@jumanji: i want to create multiboot DVD not USB Flash Drive
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01 Sep 2012   #5

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

OK, once you make your multiboot pendrive and confirmed that it works as it should, make an ISO image of it and write it to your DVD. Though I haven't tried it, I think that should work. (If you can accomodate what all Bootable ISOs you want on a 4GB pendrive, a single layer DVD will do. If you needed an 8GB pendrive, then you will write the ISO to a dual layer DVD. I would suggest that in the first instance you limit it to 4GB, write the created ISO to a DVD-RW. If everything works well and you gain confidence you can write to DVD-R either single layer or dual layer as may be needed.)
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02 Sep 2012   #6

windows 7 ultimate x64

thanks jumanji.
i will do this and will say the resault.
how can i create iso after yumi confirmed?and with which program should i write it to DVD?
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02 Sep 2012   #7

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

My preliminary trials indicate that that idea does not work or is not that easy as I thought it to be. I shall report if I succeed and if it can be achieved in any easy way from bootable pendrive to bootable DVD.

That said it is possible to create a multiboot CD/DVD from scratch. In fact I had created one long back that can boot into Partition Magic and Acronics Recovery CD but then I spent nearly 3 sleepless months to achieve that objective. With XP gone and pendrives having taken over, it is all totally forgotten and I wouldn't venture into it again.
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02 Sep 2012   #8

windows 7 ultimate x64

thnaks vety much jumanji.
so if you find a way to create multiboot DVD from these 4 things that i said in my first post , I appreciate you if you put it here
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02 Sep 2012   #9

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

Yep @muiacir,

Here is something that should help you. Download SARDU from and extract it to a folder named SARDU. (There are two *.exe files one for 32 bit and one for 64 bit. Run the appropriate one for your system.)

SARDU only supports the software listed in it natively. From your list except Windows 7 Password Remover others are covered.

So here you go.

Preliminary step: Move/copy your Windows 7, Windows XP (Home, Professional and x64) and Partition Wizard ISOs to the ISO Folder in the SARDU main folder.

Run SARDU. Click on the Windows tab , then on the Windows Installer tabs and rename the Windows installer as indicated.

create multiple disk boot-1-rename.jpg

Do the same to the Partition Wizard under the Utility tab. It may not require renaming.

(For this demo, I have used Windows 7 Home 32 bit and Windows XP Professional OEM ISOs and pwe5 ISO I have.)

create multiple disk boot-2-isos.jpg

If the ISOs under both tabs are not enabled as shown by a check mark next to the tabs, enable them by clicking on it and then click on Make a ISO Icon

create multiple disk boot-3-makeiso.jpg

Choose the folder to save the ISO > OK. Multiboot ISO creation process begins.

create multiple disk boot-4-progress.jpg

Multiboot ISO creation completed

create multiple disk boot-5-created.jpg

Insert a blank DVD-RW ( if successful you can burn the ISO to DVD-R later by any burner). Click on Check Writer (allow a few seconds for the burner/s to be identified), select your burner with Blank DVD-RW and then click on Burn ISO.

create multiple disk boot-6-check-writer.jpg

( I am breaking for my midnight coffee as the burning is in progress)

create multiple disk boot-7-burn.jpg

Burn completed and the multiboot DVD is ready. Multiboot CD booted and checked. ( I am too lazy/sleepy to take my camera and capture the SARDU boot menu.)

Please go through the following links:

Yes, there is a provision to add “extra” ISOs (not supported though).

“For customize the extra folder , user must have knowledge of multiboot and isolinux.” I don’t have.

I find that Passcape Reset Windows Password is successful. If that is the one you are interested, then you may seek help from other experts who are conversant with manipulating the extra ISOs in SARDU. If need be, you may raise a separate query in the Software section of this Forum. May be it will catch the attention of other experts who can help you in it.

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03 Sep 2012   #10

windows 7 ultimate x64

thank you very much jumanji.
i tested it and will tell you the resault
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