I know someone asked this before but didn't receive a reply.
I have a computer that I don't use and would like to install Ubuntu on. It's rather old and doesn't boot USB or DVD. I does have USB and I do have en ext DVD drive that I could use. (Win 98)
Also I have enough experience with hardware to change HDD etc.
I have a Netbook running Ubuntu. Maybe I could "Ghost" an image onto a HDD. Never tried that but that used to work on some previous versions of Ghost. I have Win XP on the netbook also.
I Don't think it will know what to do with an ISO on an HDD??
Any help would be appreciated.