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    Default --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    Tomorrow i will get my Dell Latitude 2100 black netbook.
    as all know netbooks don't have optical drives. so installing a windows on it is congusing me.

    Will normal process of USB bootable device will work?
    or i will have to do something to make it work?
    does all 4GB+ Pen drives support booting from USB feature?

    Please anyone come up with this.I am confused.

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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    ya bootable device will work.....dnt knw abt 4gb.....bt 8 Gb dia koresilam.....

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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    And about External USB device?like EX HDDs? will it work?

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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    hmmm hbe.....USB HDD k just bootable kore nite hbe....ami eta kori nai....bt my frnd koresilo USB HDD dia.....

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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    4GB USB Pendrive is enough!

    I download Windows.7.Ultimate.64bit.(2010-05-21)3.22GB .. and used Novicorp WinToFlash 0.6.0005 beta to Create a USB Boot able disk...google for the DL links

    Or can use Windows7-USB-DVD-tool also, i used the former one as this couldn't make my pendirve bootable T_T
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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    SHaitan bro is ryt......ami pendrive dia Linux install diasilam...so it should work.........

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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    OK. will post updates if any problem occurs and @shaitan i have used WinTOFLASH so i know about it and it is good.

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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    OS er size er cheye boro pendrive holei hobe.. Ami 1gb diye xp intall kortam..
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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    hehe...tried booting with my 160GB external drive.and it worked.

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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    hehe...

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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    Why not try this:
    Microsoft's Official Tool

    Download Microsoft's official tool to install Windows 7 from your USB stick, the tool was removed from Microsoft's website for a short time because evidently the tool violated the GNU’s General Public License (GPL) for using open source code, but Cnet has the file hosted. *UPDATE* Microsoft now has the tool listed on their website again. Links below:

    http://download.cnet.com/Windows-7-U...?tag=mncol;pop

    *UPDATE* The tool can now be downloaded again from the MS Store:

    http://images2.store.microsoft.com/p...B-DVD-tool.exe

    You only need a 4GB USB Pendrive.
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    Default Re: --Booting through USB/EX-HDD on netbook--

    Bought Dell latitude 2100.
    It is great.
    Atom seems faster than C2D T series.:S
    HDD is 250GB.
    Used 160GB Eternal as USB boot. and it worked.
    and @loggen Microsoft tool doesn't work at all.WinToUSB rocks.

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