How to Create Multiboot USB Disk using YUMI

Bootable USB drives have made it easy to install operating systems. You can also create a multiboot USB disk using Yumi and put multiple OSes/distros or other tools on a single USB disk.

YUMI Multiboot USB Creator allows you to add multiple bootable ISOs on a single USB Drive. It means you can install Windows 10 and Ubuntu or any other Operating System from a single bootable USB disk.

Besides that, you can always put more bootable ISOs on your existing multiboot USB disk. You just need to worry about the size of the USB disk.

SEE ALSO: How to Create Bootable Windows 11 USB for Supported or Unsupported PCs using Rufus?

Before moving to detailed steps, have a look at the video to understand the process in a better way.

Create a Multiboot USB Disk using the Yumi Multiboot USB Creator

In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a multiboot disk using the YUMI multiboot USB creator. We will create a multibootable disk of Windows 10 and Ubuntu.

You will need to download the ISOs of Windows 10 and Ubuntu before you start the process.

Step 1: Download and Run YUMI

First of all, download the YUMI Multiboot USB Creator from the official website. You will find two options to download Yumi for Legacy and UEFI systems. So, download the version your PC supports.

After downloading, double-click the downloaded file to run Yumi. Yumi is a click-to-run utility, so, you won’t need to install it. However, you may see a UAC prompt, click YES to continue. After that, Yumi will start, click on Agree to start.

Download And Run Yumi Multiboot Creator Setup
Download and run the Yumi Multiboot Creator

Step 2: Select Desired Options on YUMI

Now, you will see Yumi’s main window. Here, from the Step 1 drop-down list, select your USB drive. After that, check the box to format USB.

Next, select the distro type from the Step 2 drop-down. We have selected Windows 10 Installer to create a bootable USB of Windows 10 in this tutorial. After that, click the Browse button to browse and select the ISO file.

Finally, click Create to create a bootable USB disk using Yumi multiboot USB creator.

Select Your Usb Check Format Usb Select Distribution And Browse To Iso File Finally Click Create
Select your USB and create a bootable disk

Step 3: Create a Bootable USB using the YUMI Multiboot USB Creator

After clicking the Create button, you will see a prompt warning you about formatting the USB. Make sure that you don’t have any important data on USB and click Yes to continue.

Click Yes To Format Usb And Create Bootable Usb Using Yumi
Click Yes to format USB

If you are using the UEFI version of Yumi, you may see another prompt. So, click Yes again to continue.

Click Yes To Continue Formatting Usb With Fat32 For Uefi Support With Yumi Multiboot Usb Creator
Click Yes to format USB with Fat32

Yumi will start creating a bootable USB of the selected OS (Windows 10 in our case). This process is going to take some time depending upon the size of the ISO file selected. After the process is complete, click Next.

Click Next After Process Is Finished
Click Next after the process is complete

SEE ALSO: How to Make Bootable USB using Command Prompt?

Step 4: Add Another Distro to USB using the YUMI Multiboot USB Creator

After you click on the Next button, you will see a prompt asking if you would like to add another distro to USB. So, click Yes to add another OS or tool to the USB disk using Yumi Multiboot USB creator.

Click Yes To Add Another Iso Or Distro To Bootable Usb Using Yumi
Click Yes to Add another ISO/Distro

Now, the YUMI setup will start again and you will have the option to add another OS to the existing bootable USB. So, select your existing bootable USB in Step 1 and distribution type in Step 2 (Ubuntu in our case).

After that, click the Browse button in Step 3 and select Ubuntu ISO. Finally, click Create to create a multiboot USB disk using YUMI.

Select Another Distribution Iso To Put On Bootable Usb Using Yumi
Add another distribution ISO to the existing multiboot USB

YUMI will start adding the selected distro to the existing multiboot USB disk. This process may take some time, you can have a cup of coffee in the meantime. After the process is complete, click Next to continue.

Click Next After Adding Iso To Bootable Usb Using Yumi
Click Next to continue

Step 5: Exit YUMI after Creating a Multiboot USB Disk

After you click the Next button, it will ask you to add another ISO to it. So, click No to stop adding more distros to USB.

Click No To Stop Putting Distros To Bootable Usb
Click No to stop putting distros

Now, click Finish to exit the YUMI Multiboot disk creator.

Click Finish To Exit Yumi Multiboot Usb Creator
Click Finish to exit Yumi

Step 6: Boot from Multiboot USB Disk

You can install multiple operating systems using this multiboot USB disk. Just set up your PC to boot from the USB drive and you can install the desired operating system.

Boot From Multiboot Usb Install Desired Tool Or Os
Boot from Multiboot USB disk

SEE ALSO: How to Enable Linux Bash Shell on Windows 11 and Windows 10 (with WSL 2 support)?

Create Multiboot USB using YUMI and Install Multiple OS from a Single USB

Now, you are ready with your multiboot USB disk. If you wish to add more ISOs or distros to multiboot USB, you can start the YUMI setup again. From there, you can add more distros to existing multiboot USB. YUMI supports a long list of distros, OSes, and tools for various platforms which you can use for various purposes.

Hope you liked this tutorial. In case you have any queries or suggestions, feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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