There were a few problems with the tutorial if you wanted to have the ISO files on another drive - I also did not make it clear that you must use a recent version of grub4dos for the menu commands to work (as included with RMPrepUSB). Also I have added a new menu (see end of page) which lists all the ISO files available to the user in the \ISO folder. The user then types in the name of the ISO they want to boot and it then runs the ISO. This means you can just copy any Windows install ISO to the \ISO folder and you don't need to make new menu's each time.
Also now the \ISO folder can be on any volume, so if you had two partitions on a hard drive you could boot from a USB flash drive but place all the ISO files on the first partition of the hard drive and then install to the 2nd partition.
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