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How can i burn multiple ISO images into 1 dvd. Different Opearting system ISO's in 1 DVD.

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Hi,

How can i burn multiple ISO images into 1 dvd. Different Opearting system ISO's in 1 DVD.
I have win xp, Windows 2003 and win Vista. I need to get these three in 1 DVD.

There is very little info on the NET. Has anyone done this.?

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Sharath
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This is not possible. You can create one big package with all OSs but you need to create new booting menu for installation and seperate unpacked installations to directorys and also change configuration files of installation program.

But on internet exists some multi OS DVDs for example for all Vista versions, all xps and 2003 etc... So try to search for it.
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Have you done this?
If yes can you tell me some more in details please....
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We have licenced softwares and i think creating multiple cd's into 1 is a great idea...No loss in doing so...
Carrying them would be easy for guys like us...Who go on site for installation... :-))
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