XBoot: Free Utility to Combine ISO and Create Single Multiboot ISO or Bootable USB

XBoot is a free utility for creating Multiboot USB drives or ISO image files. You may have seen many bootable ISO files like Linux live CDs, Antivirus rescue CDs etc. XBoot can combine these ISO files in to one Multiboot ISO file or create Multiboot USB in just few clicks.

Simply Drag and drop ISO files in XBoot and click Create ISO or Create USB button.

It requires .NET Framework 4.0 installed in your system.

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Thanks to AskVG reader "bangre" for sharing it...

You can also take a look at some other similar free tools to create bootable USB drives to install Windows using following link:

Ultimate Collection of Best Freeware to Create Bootable USB Drive to Install Windows and Linux





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  • Thanx....

    but i want to install from usb win7 with other software (ms-office, winrar etc.). it is possible if yes please tell me....

  • Great tool! I was waiting for something like this to come along!

  • Have you tried my Easy2Boot project? Not as point-and-shoot as YUMI or XBOOT but runs 99% of all linux ISOs (just copy the ISOs over to your flash drive using Explorer) + any number of Windows Install ISOs + the usual AV, Hirens, UBCD, KonBoot, DOS floppy images, etc. etc. It supports true-colour large backgrounds and is very configurable. Sadly XBOOT is no longer maintained as the author is now deceased.

  • i made bootable pendrive having two iso but when i try to set up new OS then it gives error that "no device drivers found...." pls help me out from this issue.....

  • thanks for your useful software, it solved my problems
    best wishes to you

  • how to create single iso by using windows7 and windows8 plz help me

  • This software creates bootable pen drive for WinXP also??
    Thanks in Advance

  • VG

    ^^ Most probably yes. You can also try other similar software:

    http://www.askvg.com/ultimate-collection-of-best-freeware-to-create-bootable-usb-drive-to-install-windows-and-linux/

  • i made bootable pendrive having two iso but when i try to set up new OS then it gives error that "no device drivers found...." pls help me out from this issue.....

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