Boot Windows XP from USB hard on any computer?


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I have a hard disk, it installed Grub2 and Linux. I want to be able to install to disk Windows and load it on any computer. Moreover, it should not be a cut-down version, but fully functional. Solutions with Win7 too.


What is the shortest path to my goal?
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To laugh: once I did
— 4 sections on the screw
— on the first working (on my comp) system
— copied the distro with sit on the second (in the same cesspool with all sorts of wood, installers software, portabl, version, etc.)
— started to install the screw in the 3rd
— when all files are copied and did reboot load from the 1st partition and copied the 3rd to the 4th
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The "patient" was loaded with 3 (if f8, and other "medicine" did not help), waiting for the end of the installation, saved what I could from the data and set his Windu new (the doctor told in a mortuary means in a mortuary :)) or just copied it to screw with her.
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In fact — the main problem with a blue screen during boot — IDE driver controller.
Theoretically if you leave this driver standard, you can download regular XP on different computers. (used it as a mechanism of migration from one iron to another)
Try it, perhaps it will :)
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windows 7 and should work, but for xp patches drivers, some that were loaded everywhere
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