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hi everyone
i want to creat a multiboot DVD that include windows xp sp 3 - 7 and 8
can anyone help me?
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@nima-kian

Welcome to EasyBoot @nima-kian :)

Quote: "want to creat a multiboot DVD that include windows xp sp 3 - 7 and 8"

Well WinXP is explained in the 'help-section' in Easyboot (start EasyBoot and push on 'Help') :cool:
But test this:

1. Copy folder i386 to folder EZBOOT

2. Copy 'tag-files' (win51 etcetera) as well to folder EZBOOT

3. Use menu command in EasyBoot menu.  run W2KSECT.BIN  (check that you have file 'W2KSECT.BIN' in folder EZBOOT, it should be there)

4. Only tick 'Joliet' when creating ISO in EasyBoot
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The Win7/Win8 case isn't that easy ???
We do have several problems to this issue :O

1. We cannot mix files directly from sources of Win7 and Win8 and w é cannot easily hex edit to change names to files and folders from such sources.
However it seems to be some programs that can help us out - read post nr;6 HERE

2. Okay, now we are facing a new problem. The created ISO is to big to fit into a 'standard' DVD and you can not even be sure the ISO that is created in EasyBoot at all is working correctly (it is to big in its size)

Instead; choose one of the systems (win7 and WinXP or Win8 and WinXP). This works correctly :)
Or use a USB harddrive with several partitions - read HERE


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PostIcon Posted on: Jul. 21 2013,04:56 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

thank alot balder
but i should to publish these three windows on a DVD 9
i have not the capacity problem
all of them = 8.60 GB
i just have problem with win 8.
and can i use this Description HERE?
(sorry for my bad english language)


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@nima-kian

Quote: "can i use this Description..."

Yes I described that solution a time ago - and yes, you can use such solution :;):

Note: It's a matter of time before the DVD is out and we use USB units, as these is getting smaller and smaller (while capacity is growing in same time) :)

USB units (especially USB harddisk units) are very handy to use as you easily can create several partitions to such unit :;):

So go ahead and test such solution :cool:

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PostIcon Posted on: Jul. 21 2013,13:56 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

tnx bro
after create my ISO such as your solution
when i Run it on VirtualBox and click on setup win7 OR win8 i see it!!!!!!!!!

what i should to do?


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PostIcon Posted on: Jul. 21 2013,14:27 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

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Quote: "what i should to do?"

This is because you do not test from USB harddrive :p

You cannot run test only using ISO :O
Such test is similar to use a real DVD, and grub-kicker-image are case sensitive when run from floppy or CD\DVD-unit but NOT case sensitive when run from USB drive (USB stick or USB harddrive)

You can test USB by rebooting computer and set motherboard to boot from USB harddisk :cool:
Note: you presented a solution that is run from USB harddisk, but tested using an 'virtual DVD' which is NOT the same :O

So please test from USB harddrive and grub-kicker-images will work correctly (launch setup of Win7\Win8) :cool:

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i use DVD and Wrote easyboot.iso(thats i creat with easyboot) on it
but when i click on setup win 7 or 8
thats black page appears again

pls help :(


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@nima-kian

Quote: "use DVD and Wrote easyboot.iso"

In post nr;3 your intension was to use tutorial HERE (same link as you point to in post nr;3)

My question is then; Where did you put setup-files related to Win7 (folder 'sources' as example) and where did you put setup-files related to Win8 (folder 'sources' as example) if using that tutorial ???

Tutorial you asked for to use and has the same link, is for USB harddrive with several partitions and NOT to DVD :O

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source win 7 in Disk1
and source win 8 in win 8 folder in Disk1
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@nima-kian

Quote: "source win 7 in Disk1
and source win 8 in win 8 folder in Disk1"

If I understand this right you have a structure like this:

EasyBoot\disk1\sources  (this is Win7)
EasyBoot\disk1\win8\sources  (this is Win8)

Or perhaps this structure ???

EasyBoot\disk1\win7\sources  (this is Win7)
EasyBoot\disk1\win8\sources  (this is Win8)

Only (EasyBoot\disk1\sources  ) can work correctly - other can NOT work correctly, as sources must be put to the root (directly in folder disk1) :O
Setup-files related to Win7 OR Win8 must be on the root (in folder disk1)

This obviously makes it impossible to have both Win7 and Win8 on same DVD :(
You have to choose between Win7 OR Win8
But it seems to be a solution to this problem - read HERE

Note: I have not tested this solution and I cannot give any support to this :cool:
You are alone if trying this, and even it works from a 'Virtual environment' I doubt it works in reality - from a super-large DVD - read post nr;6 HERE

I would instead use a USB harddrive with several partitions and separate Win7 and Win8 setup-files from each other

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Edited by balder on Jul. 23 2013,02:29

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