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Thread: Creating Windows Bootable USB/CD/DVD on Ubuntu 9.10

  1. #1
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    Creating Windows Bootable USB/CD/DVD on Ubuntu 9.10

    hi,

    with ubuntu 9.10 installed on a system, i am curious to know how the following is done:


    1. to create a Windows 7 bootable USB drive and
    Windows 7 bootable CD/DVD (when a Windows 7 DVD image file is available)



    2. to create a Windows XP bootable USB drive
    and Windows XP bootable CD/DVD (when only a folder containing the OS setup and related files are available)




    Thank You

    gR15104

  2. #2
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    Re: Creating Windows Bootable USB/CD/DVD on Ubuntu 9.10

    You can directly right clock the image and give write to disc. Else you can use any disc burining software like gnome bake

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    Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin

    Re: Creating Windows Bootable USB/CD/DVD on Ubuntu 9.10

    Your best bet is to use the original media provided by your vendor or obtained from MS. Regardless of how you ended up with folders instead of images, there may be no way to recreate those images now. Hopefully all these Windows copies are legitimate, right?

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    Re: Creating Windows Bootable USB/CD/DVD on Ubuntu 9.10

    I know this thread is pretty old.
    still if anybody - like myself - stumbles scross it with the same question, here is the answer:
    http://www.addictivetips.com/ubuntu-...-ubuntu-linux/

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