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  1. Hi – Steve here from Easy2Boot.
    I have seen many comments from many people who think that WSFUSB will only install one Windows ISO or one linux ISO. I must say I also thought the same when I first used it too. Many people just quickly try WSFUSB – think it only supports one ISO and then quit it and try another multiboot solution.

    I would advise you to change the GUI – perhaps to just *one* drop-down list for…

    Add to USB disk:
    Add Win2k/XP/2003
    Add Win Vista/7/8/10
    Add UBCD/WimBuilder
    Add Linux
    Add SysLinux

    When user selects one of these it shows a form with field for file path plus only the relevant Advanced options underneath for that type of file and a Go button.

    Just a suggestion… 🙂

    • Thanks Steve, appreciated.
      I had this in mind for long time, name change as well, just never got to doing it as spare time is so limited…

  2. hi
    help me..
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    WinSetupFromUSB is great utility for creating a “multiboot” usb stick, great for technicians who want to only carry around less USB sticks while still having all the different installation media available. On my 64GB USB3.0 stick, I’ve got Windows 7, 10, DBAN (secure erase), Clonezilla (disk cloning), Hiren’s BootCD (troubleshooting) and a variety of linux distros.

    Recently, when adding any versions of Windows Setup ISO image file to WinSetupFromUSB the following error occurred –

    Error!
    This doesn’t seem to be valid source!

    Either or all of \sources\boot.wim, \bootmgr

    \boot\, \boot\BCD are missing, or source is not supported.

    RETRY to select another source or CANCEL to return to the main menu
    Retry | Cancel

  3. I have been using this utility for a few years. I have a couple 2 TB Western Digital USB drives that I had previously set up with no problem. I just purchased some new Seagate 2 TB drives that WinSetupFromUSB will not recognize.

    “No USB Disks detected or not properly formatted”

    The Seagate drives came formatted as GPT, but I converted them to MBR because that’s what the program is looking for according to FAQ #5. I’ve also attempted to clone one of my working multi-boot USB drives that were configured using WinSetupFromUSB. The new drives will still not boot and still get the same message that No USB disks are detected from this program.

    I tried using FBInstTool, Bootice, and RMPrepUSB, but I don’t know what changes to make in those utilities that would make the USB drive readable in WinSetupFromUSB.

    • Have you tried the advanced option “show disks on all interfaces”?
      If still no luck- please post the log file.

        • Disk is seen as SCSI because of the controller it uses, that’s Windows driver+disk controller thing, nothing to do with the program.
          Try reformatting it with RMPrepUSB, selecting bootloader option as BOOTMGR, FAT32 and checkmark on Boot as HDD.

          • Thank you. I first got several error messages from RMPrepUSB. After using the “Clean” option, it formatted successfully. Now choosing to display disk drives on all interfaces shows my Seagate drive as an option.

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