This is the successfull procedure I adopted to create my multiboot USB drive with Ubuntu linux and Windows 10 (but you can put every bootable
.zip file you want).
Unfortunately the entire procedure only works on a Windows OS, if someone knows a way to do the same on linux just drop a comment line.
Download and extract tools from Easy2Boot official website:
Install Easy2Boot on a USB drive - go to extracted E2B tool
MAKE_E2B_USB_DRIVE (run as admin).cmd
.zip files to
.imgPTN - go to extracted MPI Tool Pack (MakePartImage) tool
For each downloaded
.zipto the newly created desktop shortcut
.zipit should have created the
\_ISO\MAINMENUof your USB drive
MAKE_THIS_DRIVE_CONTIGUOUS.cmdfrom your USB drive
If you want to later add any other
.zip, just start from step 4 (of course you can also delete any
.imgPTN file you don’t want anymore).
Now that you have prepared your E2B drive, execute
SWITCH_E2B.exe from your E2B drive in
\_ISO folder and double click on the OS or tool that you wish to boot with. Next time you boot your computer you will be able to boot the selected OS or tool chosen.
To get back and choose another OS or tool to boot, go to
e2b folder, execute
SWITCH_E2B.exe and choose “Restore E2B partitions”.