Multi bootable USB drive?
Wasn't sure where to put this so I'll stick it here. Is there a way that I can place multi copies of an OS onto a single USB drive and make them all bootable? I have a 32GB USB thumb drive that I've used with Startup Disk Creator when I want to install Ubuntu onto a system but I always format it and only have a single bootable copy of the OS(32 bit for my system, 64 bit for my wife's) and I'd like to store both in bootable form onto the USB drive for future use. Can this be done or will it confuse the computer as to which copy to boot to on startup? It seems I saw a TechZilla show where they did just this thing but until I get my WiFi problems worked out my Roku player is off line ad I can't watch the shows.
Would it just be easier to buy a couple 2GB USB drives and put a copy of each OS on each drive for future use or maybe I could just try to burn a bootable copy to CD again(something that didn't work too well first time I tried it) and just use CDs. Anyway, thanks for any help ya'll can give.
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