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How to Create a MultiBoot USB Drive with USB MultiBoot 10 CMD


USB MultiBoot 10 CMD: A Powerful Tool for Creating Bootable USB Drives




If you are looking for a way to create a bootable USB drive that can boot multiple operating systems or tools, you might want to try USB MultiBoot 10 CMD. USB MultiBoot 10 CMD is a free software tool that allows you to install Windows XP, MS-DOS, BartPE, WinPE 2.0 and other systems or tools on a single USB drive. You can also use it to boot various DOS floppy images, Linux distributions, Vista setup, and Syslinux menu.




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In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about USB MultiBoot 10 CMD download and installation, including what it is, how it works, what are the requirements, and how to use it.


What is USB MultiBoot 10 CMD?




USB MultiBoot 10 CMD is a command-line tool that can make a USB drive multi bootable in a few steps. It is based on the Mkbt (Make Bootable) tool by Matthias Withopf and uses various other tools such as BootSect, Fedit, Gsar, Dsfo, Dsfi, etc. It was developed by wimb and ilko_t from MSFN forum and is available for free download.


USB MultiBoot 10 CMD can prepare a USB drive with Windows XP setup files and local source folder that can be used to install Windows XP from USB. It can also prepare a USB drive with MS-DOS files that can be used to boot MS-DOS from USB. It can also prepare a USB drive with BartPE or WinPE 2.0 files that can be used to boot BartPE or WinPE 2.0 from USB.


USB MultiBoot 10 CMD can also use Grub4dos as a bootloader to boot various other systems or tools from USB. It can boot DOS floppy images such as Hiren's Boot CD, Ultimate Boot CD, etc. It can boot Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Fedora, etc. It can boot Vista setup files that can be used to install Vista from USB. It can also boot Syslinux menu that can offer various options such as Memtest86+, Partition Magic, etc.


How does USB MultiBoot 10 CMD work?




USB MultiBoot 10 CMD works by copying the necessary files and folders to the USB drive and modifying the boot sector and the MBR (Master Boot Record) of the USB drive. It also creates a menu.lst file that contains the entries for Grub4dos bootloader.


USB MultiBoot 10 CMD uses different methods to make the USB drive bootable depending on the system or tool that is being installed. For Windows XP setup files and local source folder, it uses binifix4.cmd script that fixes the ntldr and ntdetect.com files and copies them to the root of the USB drive. For MS-DOS files, it uses MakeBS3.cmd script that creates a FAT12 boot sector with MS-DOS kernel files io.sys and msdos.sys. For BartPE or WinPE 2.0 files, it uses BootSect.exe tool that writes a NTFS or FAT32 boot sector with ntldr file.


USB MultiBoot 10 CMD also uses Fedit.exe tool that edits the ntldr file and adds an option to load Grub4dos bootloader from menu.lst file. This way, the USB drive can boot either Windows XP setup files or Grub4dos menu depending on the user's choice.


What are the requirements for USB MultiBoot 10 CMD?




To use USB MultiBoot 10 CMD, you will need the following:


  • A Windows XP or Windows 2003 computer with administrator rights.



  • A USB drive with at least 8 GB of storage space.



  • The ISO files or system tools that you want to install on the USB drive.



  • The Media Creation Tool for downloading Windows ISO files.



  • The USB MultiBoot 10 CMD tool that you can download from here.



How to download and install USB MultiBoot 10 CMD?




To download and install USB MultiBoot 10 CMD, you will need to follow these steps:


  • Download the USB MultiBoot 10 CMD tool from here and extract it to a folder on your computer.



  • Insert the USB drive that you want to make multi bootable and backup any important data on it.



  • Run the USB_MultiBoot_10.cmd file as administrator by right-clicking on it and choosing "Run as administrator".



  • A command prompt window will open and ask you to press any key to continue. Press any key and then choose your USB drive letter from the list.



  • The tool will then ask you to select the ISO file or system tool that you want to install on the USB drive. You can browse for the file on your computer or download it from the internet if you don't have it.



  • The tool will then ask you to specify how much space you want to allocate for the file on the USB drive. You can enter a value in MB or leave it blank for the default value.



  • The tool will then ask you to choose a file system (FAT32 or NTFS) for formatting the USB drive. Choose the one that suits your needs and confirm your choice.



  • The tool will then format the USB drive and copy the necessary files and folders to it. It will also modify the boot sector and the MBR of the USB drive and create a menu.lst file for Grub4dos bootloader.



  • Once the process is complete, you can repeat steps 5 to 8 to install more ISO files or system tools on the USB drive.



  • When you are done, you can close the command prompt window and safely eject the USB drive.



How to use USB MultiBoot 10 CMD?




To use USB MultiBoot 10 CMD, you will need to follow these steps:


  • Insert the multi bootable USB drive into the computer that you want to boot from it.



  • Restart the computer and enter the BIOS setup by pressing a key such as F2, F10, F12, Esc, Del, etc. depending on your computer model.



  • Change the boot order or priority to make the USB drive the first boot device. Save the changes and exit the BIOS setup.



  • The computer will then boot from the USB drive and display a menu with two options: "1st, Start Windows XP Setup from Partition 0" and "2nd, Start GRUB4DOS Menu from Partition 0".



  • If you want to install Windows XP from USB, choose the first option and follow the instructions on the screen.



  • If you want to boot other systems or tools from USB, choose the second option and then select one of them from the Grub4dos menu.



Note: Some systems or tools may require additional steps or settings to work properly from USB. You can refer to their documentation or website for more information.


Conclusion




USB MultiBoot 10 CMD is a useful tool for creating a bootable USB drive that can boot multiple operating systems or tools. It can install Windows XP, MS-DOS, BartPE, WinPE 2.0 and other systems or tools on a single USB drive. It can also boot DOS floppy images, Linux distributions, Vista setup, and Syslinux menu using Grub4dos bootloader.


To use USB MultiBoot 10 CMD, you will need a Windows XP or Windows 2003 computer, a USB drive with at least 8 GB of storage space, the ISO files or system tools that you want to install on the USB drive, the Media Creation Tool for downloading Windows ISO files, and the USB MultiBoot 10 CMD tool that you can download from here.


You will need to run the USB_MultiBoot_10.cmd file as administrator and follow the steps to format the USB drive and copy the necessary files and folders to it. You will also need to change the boot order or priority in the BIOS setup to make the USB drive the first boot device. You will then be able to boot either Windows XP setup files or Grub4dos menu from the USB drive.


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