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Old 06-20-2008, 01:26 PM   #1
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Default install XP from a partition

my crappy slug-slow Fujitsu laptop has NO BOOTABLE USB, NO CD-ROM, NO FLOPPY, nothing.

I have xubuntu linux installed right now and it sucks and its MAD slow. XP SP2 ran like a ferrari compared to this crap (some incompatibility which is completely unfixable because its linux, and linux sucks).

how do I make a bootable partition that I can put the XP SP2 ISO on? (like a virtual CD). I did it with Windows to install Linux, now how do I do it the other way around?
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