Quote: Originally Posted by cyberpine
Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker
I use Universal USB Installer
with Windows 7 in dropdown menu to format the stick with all versions 32- and 64-bit, spilling the one I need at the time into the root. I can also add any other tools but not a tool which isn't booted by bootsect /nt60 formatting.
Did you add these OS' in by just moving in an ISO? If so, I'm not clear on what "booted by" means unless you have to create boot volume and move that in somehow.
Only the extracted files of the nt60 bootable installer need to be in the root once the ISO has already been written and stick formatted.
Start by loading the ISO and selecting OS in the Universal USB Installer
dropdown menu, which will format the stick leave the seven Installer folders in root. Then you can add in any other tools or apps. If you want to boot another nt60 formatted bootable installer, replace with its files in the root.
I keep my Vistas or Windows 7 32bit all-versions in their folders when I'm using Windows 7 64 bit all-versions, and vice versa. When I want to switch I just sweep the files into their folder and spill the other's out into root.