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AZHALENA.COM: YUMI is Freeware to Make MultiBoot to Install Windows, Linux, Antivirus, and Utilities Using a USB Flashdisk.

YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Installer) is a development of MultibootISOs. This Windows software can be used to create a multiboot USB Flash Drive that contains an operating system, antivirus utilities, disk cloning, diagnostic tools, and more.


Unlike MultiBootISO which uses grub to boot ISO files directly from USB, this installer application uses syslinux to boot from extracted files stored in a USB device, and again uses grub to Multiple boot ISO files from a USB device (if needed).

YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator

This software can also organize multiboot files properly in a multiboot folder so that the remaining space on the USB device can be used to store other files.


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  • License: Freeware
  • Developer: PenDriveLinux
  • Operating System: Windows & Linux
  • Last Update: February 27, 2019

How to Create a MultiBoot USB Flash Drive (Windows)

  1. Run* YUMI- following the onscreen instructions
  2. Run the tool again to Add More ISOs/Distributions to your Drive
  3. Restart your PC setting it to boot from the USB device
  4. Select a distribution to Boot from the Menu and enjoy!

That’s all there is to it. You should now be booting your favorite distributions from your custom Multi-Boot USB device!

Creating a YUMI MultiBoot USB Flash Drive (Linux)

The following instructions were performed from an Ubuntu 16.04 host environment.

NOTE: YUMI persistence option is currently broken when using YUMI- within WINE. Don’t choose persistence and set the slider or the process will freeze while trying to build the persistent file and you will be forced to close YUMI.

I. Format your USB Flash Drive to use a Single Partition:

  1. Open a terminal and type sudo su
  2. Type fdisk -l (and note which device is your USB Drive)
  3. Type fdisk /dev/sdx (replacing x with your actual usb device)
  4. Type d (to delete the existing partition)
  5. Type n (to create a new partition)
  6. Type p (for primary partition)
  7. Type 1 (to create the first partition)
  8. Press Enter (to use the first cylinder)
  9. Press Enter again (to use the default value as the last cylinder)
  10. Type a (for active)
  11. Type 1 (to mark the first partition active “bootable”)
  12. Type t (for partition type)
  13. Type c (to use fat32 partition)
  14. Type w (to write the changes and close fdisk)

II. Create a Fat32 Filesystem on the USB Flash Drive:

  1. Type umount /dev/sdx1 (to unmount the mounted partition)
  2. Type mkfs.vfat -F 32 -n MULTIBOOT /dev/sdx1 (to format the partition as fat32)
  3. Remove and reinsert your USB flash drive, or remount it

III. Install WINE:

To install WINE from within an Ubuntu operating environment, open a terminal and type sudo apt install wine and press enter. Once WINE is installed, launch YUMI as you normally would by simply clicking the YUMI-

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