So i searched and downloaded and read about USB_MultiBoot.cmd which can be used to boot from it and install from it for a number of times.
Thats a keeper.
So i tried to install or make a dual boot to install win XP and after the setup does the copy thing it would reboot and show a two Win xp Professional to choose from the Boot Manager and choosing the first one would show these messages
Windows could not start because of a computer hardware configuration problem. Please check the Windows documentation about hardware disk configuration and your hardware reference needs for additional information.
So what do i do further from here, it seems this tool gets confused when installing it to a second partition, i bet it would run smoothly if it was for the first partition, any advice.