Its not just various GNU/Linux distributions which are "bootable" from a simple memory stick! Here we will show you three different methods which allow you to create different bootable flash drives: one for Windows XP, one for Windows Vista and one for Windows Seven (in both 32 and 64 bit versions). While this article mainly concerns laptop or netbook users who don’t have a CD or DVD drive, it may nevertheless interest other users who would like to speed up the installation of their operating system as a USB 2.0 memory stick is faster than a CD drive!
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