Multiboot USB UEFI & Legacy All In One

Multiboot USB UEFI & Legacy All In One
This video shows how to create the ultimate multiboot drive for uefi and legacy in both Windows and Linux!

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25 thoughts on “Multiboot USB UEFI & Legacy All In One

  1. DISCLAIMER: There are multiple ways to do Multiboot but I picked YUMI because I need Windows, Linux, and Utilities all within a single USB drive. Many other utilities I found just didn't accomplish this task. YUMI was the best for using both Windows and Linux based systems. I just wanted to showcase you can use some Windows tools like YUMI on Linux without issue.

  2. This is a great tool. But I found it more time consuming than easy to boot. It can be only in my case though.🤦‍♂️

  3. I recommend you try Easy2Boot – I've been using it for over 6 years and it my feeling is that nothing else still comes close to it as far as functionality and robustness goes. There is a learning curve if you want to use all if it's advanced features but it's actually very easy to set up for basic use.

  4. There is one problem with YUMI – you need to use fat32 partition to create multiboot USB. But if your windows 10 iso takes more than 4GB (and it does), you can't add that iso to multiboot, because fat32 is restricted by 4GB single file maximum.

  5. Wow, this video is so far behind the times. YUMI has been around for years and it's limited to what is had on it's list (which is, admittedly, a lot) but it's got some installers that are buggy. Ventoy is, i admit, a pretty cool but it (also) has some buggy features with certain types of ISOs as well. Neither are perfect but as far as time and effort goes (even GUI) Ventoy is superior. YUMI has been building up it's inventory for a long time and really had the wind taken out of it's sails when Ventoy came along.

  6. You can take a look at Ventoy (
    * Works on Linux/Windows
    * Drag and drop different ISOs
    * Opensource

  7. i've been using yumi for years now, though there is a new guy in town
    how about a vid comparing ventoy and yumi?

  8. hello sir, may i know what is the differences between pendrivelinux yumi vs ventoy? which one is better? sorry for this noob questions, i'm new to this. just want to make sure it can run live linux rather than installation. thank you and have a nice day. 🙂

  9. What do you think about You install it on a flash drive and just copy the ISO onto the drive, then just boot and pick the ISO from the menu. Also you can use it as a normal flash drive too.

  10. i recommend ventoy just install drag and drop the iso files, finish now u can boot and install your new OS

  11. Ventoy – just came across it
    An open source tool to create bootable USB drive for ISO files, you don't need to format the disk again and again, you just need to copy the iso file to the USB drive and boot it.
    Both Legacy BIOS and UEFI are supported in the same way

  12. The iso file install only 5 mb in my USB out of 4.9 gb of the windows iso. i tried yumi and woeusb both only install a few mbs on my usb. The usb is empty, i tried with NTSF and FAT32, also get this…An error (1) occured while executing syslinux. Your USB won't be bootable .
    Ive been trying to fix this for the last 3 days never thought making a bootable USB on Linux would be so annoying, i hope anyone can help…sorry about my english i hope is understandable

  13. The easiest way I do is to make multiple fat32 partitions on my flash drive & then flash different ISOs using unetbootin into different partitions (ex. sdc1, sdc2, sdc3, etc.)
    Then you can boot into any partition in the same way as you do inside uefi boot manager (f8)

  14. Hi is there any performance different for a HDD <= 2TB run in GPT format ?? I have 2 x 2TB Seagate HDD which i try both MBR vs GPT but fail to sense any different at all. Thanks first for the reply

  15. nice ScreenSaver,
    is that ZMatrix_NT?
    this one was great when i used it on XP with code Emulating any image set as your Wallpaper,
    was like a code style "Dot Stippling" effect but now it wont allow the icons and takbar up top.
    if anyone knows how to mod it for recent day use,
    i'd highly reccomend ZMatrix as it is open source but i'm not much of a coder

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