Hi everybody! I've been an Ubuntu user for a while and I found it difficult to just have Ubuntu as the only OS on my netbook, I have a Windows XP SP3 disk and I wanted to wipe out my current partition, install XP, then reinstall Ubuntu as a dual boot, but I can't find any way to easily convert a Windows XP SP3 ISO to USB... The ISO is about 600 or so MB, I'm using a 2GB USB key... WintoFlash is very incompatible with Wine, and Startup Disk Creator won't accept my Windows ISO, but I think SDC is only compatible with Linux ISOs.
EDIT: Okay, I found a program called UNetBootin, I'll let you guys know how it works out. If you know anything though, don't hesitate to post it incase it fails!
EDIT2: It failed... I got something like this on my screen, I'll use a quote bar to pretend to be by screen.
After that, anything could be typed in, like a terminal, but I hit enter when it was blank, then I got a loader type screen with a box that had "Default" highlighted, when I hit enter on that, the automatic boot timer would reset... So I just restarted my netbook then formatted my USB stick...boot:_
EDIT3: I'll just use a virtual machine. But if there is ANYONE who was where I was at, maybe answers could still be posted?