How to Use Easy Sysprep 3.1.2 Portable to Install Multiple Operating Systems on One Boot Device
Easy Sysprep 3.1.2 Portable is a tool that helps you install Windows operating systems on a boot device without formatting it. It also allows you to boot multiple operating systems from one system partition by creating a new directory for each boot and saving the original working directory. In this article, we will show you how to use Easy Sysprep 3.1.2 Portable to install and boot multiple operating systems on one boot device.
Step 1: Download and Run Easy Sysprep 3.1.2 Portable
You can download Easy Sysprep 3.1.2 Portable from this link. It is a zip file that contains the executable file and some other files. You can extract the zip file to any location on your computer and run the executable file as administrator.
Step 2: Select the Boot Device and the System Partition Size
After running Easy Sysprep 3.1.2 Portable, you will see a window like this:
You need to select the boot device from the drop-down list at the top left corner. This is the device where you want to install and boot multiple operating systems. You also need to specify the system partition size in megabytes at the bottom left corner. This is the size of the partition where you will install each operating system. The boot manager will use this size to determine how many operating systems can be installed on the boot device.
Step 3: Select the Operating System Image File and the Boot Option
Next, you need to select the operating system image file that you want to install on the boot device. You can click on the \"Browse\" button at the top right corner and choose an ISO file or a WIM file that contains the Windows installation files.
You also need to select the boot option from the drop-down list at the bottom right corner. This option determines how the boot manager will handle the boot device and the system partition.
There are four options available:
EFI_BOOT_OPTION_FORMAT_DISK: This option will format the boot device with FAT32 file system before installing the operating system image file.
EFI_BOOT_OPTION_REMOVE_DOS: This option will remove the last operating system installed on the boot device before installing the new one.
EFI_BOOT_OPTION_KEEP_DOS: This option will keep all the operating systems installed on the boot device and add a new one.
EFI_BOOT_OPTION_NONE: This option will not format or remove any operating system on the boot device.
You can choose any option according to your preference and situation.
Step 4: Click on \"Start\" Button and Wait for Completion
After selecting all the options, you can click on the \"Start\" button at the bottom center of the window and wait for Easy Sysprep 3.1.2 Portable to install the operating system image file on the boot device.
You will see a progress bar and some messages on the window during the installation process.
When the installation is completed, you will see a message like this:
You can click on \"OK\" button and close Easy Sysprep 3.1.2 Portable.
Step 5: Restart Your Computer and Choose an Operating System to Boot
Now, you can restart your computer and choose an operating system to boot from the boot menu that appears on your screen 0efd9a6b88