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    Raw Wave treetop777's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dMand View Post
    Negative on the first question. No, I did it in XP.

    My thumb drive works to install Windows7, and will also install Windows XP from it.

    Look for a thumb drive boot program called "Komku-SP-usb" and work with it from within the command prompt. I loaded my SATA drivers on the thumb drive together with XP pro SP3 without a CDROM or floppy disk, and commenced to doing the installation. Komku is fantastic!

    http://komku.blogspot.com/2008/11/in...lash-disk.html
    AH! That answers my question....THANKS

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    I used ISO burner to burn it to the DVD. Here is where I got the link. If you still need it, or anyone else might need it!

    http://download.cnet.com/Active-ISO-...html?tag=mncol


    Thanks Phil

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