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It's possible. You just need to partition the USB like so:1st partition) NTFS: here's your data, this is the sole partition that windows is going to recognize when connecting your USB.2nd par.)ext4 or equiv.: here you install your live OS, I have openSUSE here.3rd par.)ext4 or equiv.: another live OS, I have ubuntu here.Then, if you want to boot to your various live partitions, you have to change the boot flag with something like gparted or parted.
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