Do you want to create a multi-boot USB drive to fix any error or install multiple OSes from one USB stick?
In this tutorial you will learn how to use YUMI to create a customized multi-boot USB drive, you can add as many utilities as your USB drive can handle.
Create a Multi-Boot USB Drive Using YUMI
You can download YUMI from this official URL: https://www.pendrivelinux.com/yumi-multiboot-usb-creator/ (just use the legacy version for maximum compatibility)
After the download, launch the setup and click “I Agree“.
Select your USB drive in Step 1.
Check “We Will NTFS Format X:”
Select your tool/utility/OS from the list, you can obtain the
ISO file by clicking on the “Visit the … Home Page” for free.
Since I already have the ISO in my Downloads folder YUMI added it automatically. We will be adding one ISO at a time.
Click “Yes” to create a 4th partition table on X:.
Click “Yes” to confirm the formating and creation of the MBR in your multi-boot USB drive.
After the copying is done, click “Yes” to add more ISOs to your multi-boot USB drive.
This time I have chosen “GParted“.
So I downloaded it from the link provided by YUMI…
Don’t check “Format” option, select the ISO from “Browse“, and click “Create“.
Wait for a couple of seconds…
Boot your PC on your USB drive…
The tools will be listed according to categories for more organization…
This is KRD, an antivirus I talked about earlier in this tutorial: How to Remove All Viruses on Your PC for Free
And this is GParted…
You just learned how to create a multi-boot USB drive
If you have any questions feel free to leave your comments below!