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If you use multiple USB drives youve probably noticed that the drive letter can be different each time you plug one in If youd like to assign a static letter to a drive thats the same every time you plug it in read on
This tutorial describes how you can boot to WinPE v2 or v3 from a USB drive on your target system then partition and format the hard disk and then install XP onto that hard disk
The answer to this question lies within your OS Operating System If you have Windows XP plug your flash drive directly into any available USB port on your PC Personal Com puter then doubleclick My Computer
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Running a WD External 35 External HDDWindows 7 Home 64BitExternal HDD shows in Device Manager as proper device name and Im even able to safely remove usb drive using the windows utility