Can i install Windows Vista beta 2 on my jump drive?

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DaveBurnett

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Even that will struggle.
I would look at a Linux distribution. Linspire is an attempt to look and feel like Windows.
 

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Yes. Try a nice little one called Puppy Linux first. Full instructions for installing on to various media are supplied on the Web site. You can also run it from a CD, or completely in memory. The nice bit about running it from a CD is that if you run it from a CD writer, it will save your settings back to the CD and use them the next time(if you want).
 
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Not sure if this is still a problem or if I was just doing something wrong, but I never got Puppy Linux to work with my SATA drives. Well actually it worked, but it never found those drives. Of course no problem if you don't have SATAs.
 
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