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How can i have Windows Xp,Windows 2003 and Windows Vista all in 1 DVD. Anyone who has done this.

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How can i have Windows Xp,Windows 2003 and Windows Vista all in 1 DVD. Anyone who has done this.

I have seen MagicISO and ULTRAISO but no luck. Anyone has done it with these softwares or any other softwares.

Regards
Sharath
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my guess is even if you could do it you would only be able to boot from one of them into the install.  If you just wanted to have the install files on the DVD you should be able to copy the contents of each source CD/DVD into a seporate folder on the DVD you are trying to create.  The DVD won't be bootable but you should be able to go into each folder and kick off the install.
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