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mabelray

Downloading USB Multiboot 9 or 10

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Can anyone provide a link to download USB Mulitboot 9 or 10 as the link on CD-Forum seems to be not working. Thx for your help. :)

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Last week the CD Forum was down for some time, but is Up again.

Download Program - USB_MultiBoot_10.zip

Or from Mirror - USB_MultiBoot_10.zip - (Thanks to Siginet)

Hi Wimb

i hav tried insatlling XP SP2 with my flash drive using USB MULTIBOOT with the menthod u hav shown in ur tutorial (http://www.msfn.org/board/install-XP-USB-t111406.html&st=6)..

Bt i m getting a problem..

i Product Key which i m inputting while the details are asked for input & when my laptop is formating, it copies all the file, & whn come to install XP SP2, it ask the Product Key & i entered the same which i did when creating Flash Drive bootable ready, its nt accepting the Product Key.

It says "The Product Id you entered is not valid"

Pls help vat to do ... ???

you cn mail me back at rajatresponsible@gmail.com..

lot of thanx in advance..

Rajat Jain.

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Well, are you sure that the key is typed correctly and is valid indeed?

This shouldn't have anything to do with the program.

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Hy i just made a multiple partition 16 GB bootable usb with windows xp, windows 7 and more, all the files are on the second partition because windows reads only the first partition (that has 10 GB) and i want to use it as mass storage. The only problem is that windows xp will install only fron the first partition. Do you know what modifications do i have to make so that i can keep my partitions and install Win xp?

Best regards.

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