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Old 01-30-2009, 12:26 PM   #1
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Hello all i am in my PC repair class rite now and have a question. Is it possible to Boot from a ZIP drive? originally i would say yes but after looking i have yet to find a straight answer.
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by zip do you mean USB flash drive? then yes depending on if the motherboard supports it
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yes depending on if the motherboard supports it
Bingo, we have a winner

A zip drive is bootable if the m/board bios supports "other devices" and you have a bootable formatted disk in the drive
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