Hey Guys. How are y'all doing today?
Its been 2 days since I've been trying to overcome this problem and I've still not stumbled upon a solution yet. What I'm trying to do is create multiple partitions on an 8gb flash drive so I could install a few operating systems from it (win 7,8.1,hirensbootcd). I used YUMI to install ubuntu, windows 7 and Hiren's bootcd all on 1 partition, thats no big deal but I also want to be able to install win 8.1 from this drive. Because of the file arrangements that win 7 and 8 uses, I can't have both on the same flash drive so I want to create a separate partition of about 4gb to install win 8 from there. It doesn't have to be visible from windows as it can only detect the first primary partition.
I created the partitions using Gparted from Hiren's but I can't seem to find a way to make the second partition available for writing the iso image to it. So how do I do it? Is it possible to change the order of partitions to make second partition first, so windows could detect that?
Also, once I have two partitions, both with bootable iso's, how will I select which partition to boot from when I boot from usb?
You got any other alternatives?