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Boot ISO From Usb


can somebody show me a program that would allow me to do this easily? i purchased an eee pc and would like to install xp. i made an iso version of xp and am just having trouble now making the usb bootable. i need a solution fast :/ and no, i cant buy a usb disk reader also, im using vista x64


View 5 Replies (Posted: May 24, 2009)

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