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How to Create a Multi Boot USB Drive with MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable



How to Create a Multi Boot USB Drive with MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable




If you want to try out different Linux distributions or other operating systems without installing them on your computer, you can use a multi boot USB drive. A multi boot USB drive is a removable disk that contains multiple live operating systems that you can boot from. You can also use it to test ISO images or bootable USBs without rebooting your system.




MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable



One of the easiest and most versatile tools to create a multi boot USB drive is MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable. This is a cross-platform software that allows you to install multiple live Linux and other operating systems on a USB disk non-destructively and with an option to uninstall them later. You can also write ISO images directly to a USB disk or boot them using QEMU.


In this article, we will show you how to use MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable to create a multi boot USB drive with different Linux distributions and other operating systems.


What You Need




To create a multi boot USB drive with MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable, you will need the following:


  • A USB disk with enough space to hold multiple operating systems (at least 8 GB recommended).



  • The ISO files of the operating systems you want to install on the USB disk.



  • The MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable software, which you can download from here[^1^] for Windows or here[^2^] for Linux.



How to Use MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable




Once you have everything ready, follow these steps to create a multi boot USB drive with MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable:


  • Connect your USB disk to your computer and make sure it is formatted as FAT32 or NTFS.



  • Run the MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable software as an administrator (Windows) or with sudo privileges (Linux).



  • Select your USB disk from the drop-down menu at the top left corner of the software window.



  • Click on the Browse button and select the ISO file of the first operating system you want to install on the USB disk.



  • Click on the Install distro button and wait for the installation process to complete.



  • Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each additional operating system you want to install on the USB disk.



  • Optionally, you can test each operating system by clicking on the QEMU tab and selecting the ISO file or the installed distro from the drop-down menu.



  • When you are done, click on the Close button and safely eject your USB disk from your computer.



How to Boot from a Multi Boot USB Drive




To boot from a multi boot USB drive created with MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable, follow these steps:


  • Connect your USB disk to your computer and restart it.



  • Press the appropriate key (usually F12, F10, F9, F8, F2, Esc, or Del) to enter the boot menu of your computer.



  • Select your USB disk as the boot device and press Enter.



  • You will see a GRUB menu with a list of the operating systems installed on your USB disk.



  • Select the operating system you want to boot from and press Enter.



How to Uninstall an Operating System from a Multi Boot USB Drive




If you want to uninstall an operating system from a multi boot USB drive created with MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable, follow these steps:


  • Connect your USB disk to your computer and run the MultiBootUSB 9.2.0 Portable software as an administrator (Windows) or with sudo privileges (Linux).



  • Select your USB disk from the drop-down menu at the top left corner of the software window.



  • Select the operating system you want to uninstall from the list of installed distros at the bottom left corner of the software window.



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