Guide lines for using XBoot
a) FAT32 is the highly recommended file-system format for Creating Multiboot USB. FAT32 is supported by all ISO files while same cannot be said about other formats like NTFS etc. Caution:
If you are using NTFS format then be careful Some linux distros don’t support booting from NTFSpartitions.So NTFS is not a good choice for multibooting. Also XBOOT will not check if a particular isofile supports booting from NTFS partition or not , that should be taken care by the user.To be on safeavoid NTFS and always use FAT32.
b) For USB device USB-HDD is the recomended format, though others( USB-FDD ,USB-ZIP) are supported too.
NOTE: Windows XP, VISTA ,7 install Disks are not supported.So do not try to add them.