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Windows 7: Multiboot usb creator

08 Jul 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 
Multiboot usb creator

Hello folks

Need a little help with something.

I used Yumi Multiboot usb creator to create a bootable usb key with various isos on about 6 months ago.All worked fine it was a really handy usb.Unfortunately last night I needed a usb stick and by accident formatted it for some data I needed to carry.
So come this morning I thought I would recreate it using the new version of Yumi as I got rid of the old one.YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator (Windows) | USB Pen Drive Linux.
Well bugger me Ive tried all day to get it to boot and it just wont.I get a black screen with the authors name and a bit of text asthough its going to boot the choices screen but it doesnt.
Im using the same 4gig usb I used previous wiped and formatted it just wont boot.
If I install the paragon recovery software that boots from it fine.

Am i missing something or is it this version of the program that isnt working.Does anyone have a link to the old version.

Any help appreciated

Thankyou Danny


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08 Jul 2011   #2

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Those Linux USB Creator,are use once, put in bin. I have test a few all USB Pendrives are in the bin.
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