This may sound like a strange question, but basically what I want to do is make a DVD that's an "essential Windows reinstall kit".
I do freelance computer repair and most of the computers I have worked on have had some nasty viruses that screw up Windows to the point where it's easier to just reinstall it.
Problem is, simply deleting the partition isn't enough most of the time since viruses can infect the MBR and boot sector.
My essential tools are DBAN to wipe the hard drive, GParted to make a partition that fills the drive (to avoid that stupid System Reserved nonsense) and then the Windows installation disc.
DBAN is only about 2MB and GParted is like 120, both of those should fit on a single layer DVD along with the Windows install files.
I am familiar with tools like XBoot and other Linux multiboots that use syslinux or GRUB, but the problem is that Windows 7 is a tricky bugger and will crash if you try to load it using one of those.
Anybody know if there's a way to take a Windows 7 ISO and successfully launch it from a multiboot so I can combine it with DBAN and GParted?