On Friday 01,October,2010 11:08 PM, Amichai Rotman wrote:
> Actually, I am trying to boot Windows XP Installation CD. I guess I'd
> give you'all the complete picture:
> I once slipstreamed my Windows XP with Service Pack 3 and made an ISO of
> it. I'd like to use this ISO to boot into the Windows XP Installation
> and install Windows to an SD card connected to one of the USBs.
> I'd like to use it as a Live Windows XP - only as a last resort kinda
> thing - mainly to backup and update my Nokia Smartphones, sadly all I
> have tried didn't work.
> I really don't want to use that other OS - so I want to pop the SD card
> in my Asus Eee PC 1000HA Netbook only if it's absolutely necessary.
I really don't know how to boot a windows iso from grub2, and I don't
even know if that is possible. Offhand, I would think that's not
possible, but if others here can confirm or know otherwise, please chip in.
But I do sometimes (rarely, nowadays) boot up Ubuntu's livecd iso and
others. If you need a sample grub2 menuentry, I can provide these, but
So sorry, I cannot be of further assistance on this.
Oh boy, Amichai, you guys have really made me much aware of my
limitations, even as a grub2 advocate.
Regards - Goh Lip
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