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USB BOOT WINDOWS XP NOT BART !!!


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windows XP SP3 installed to USB usboot with NIC and WIFI driverpacks

*** THIS IS NOT BART,ERD OR UBCD4WIN ETC THIS IS A REAL FULL XP PRO SP3 INSTALLED AND BOOTING FROM USB DRIVE ***

This is working and tested USB boot image using partimage

* get a 4gig or higher usb drive

* download RMPrepUSB and format fat32 with boot

* make sure you can boot from the USB device

* extract the zip using 7-zip.org etc

* use partimage to dump the ~2 gig image to the usb drive etc

* http://www.sysresccd.org/Screenshots for partimage if you do not have it also on Backtrack or any number of live linux distros

this is how I did it thank usboot.org

* the host mashine MUST have NFTS partiton on it for this to work it uses drive shadowning etc to clone the C:

* made sure the USB drive was bootable

* formated the USB drive FAT32 not on VMware but on the host mashine

* did base install of my windows XP with driverpacks on a VM

* extract the NIC and WIFI drivers from driverpacks.net

* ran phase 1-3 ok on the VM

* you can even put this on cell phone and boot windows from minisd etc .. :)

* the image can be pushed and booted in under 4min on a USB or HDD for a quick hack

rmccurdy.com/usboot.txt

-o p r e a t 0 r - r m c c u r d y . c o m

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No and no ?? its not a theory ... usboot.org .. you would only need to remember WPA key and if you and the WGA can be crack easy this has been tested on 4 different desktop and 5 different laptops I can only assume you need to keep the original IMAGE because its installing drivers every time you change the system and I assume that would cause problems eventually but none for me so far I got a blue screen but it worked fine on reboot for one of the desktops

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