Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Mar. 31 2007,14:47
You can mount the iso in Linux:
mount theiso.iso /mnt/iso -o loop
And then copy the files where ever needed..
Also, if you have a spare pendrive, you could just try "burning" the iso to a pendrive:
dd if=theiso.iso of=/dev/sda bs=1k
And then trying to boot from it..
But if you do give up, I think it's possible to make grub automatically boot XP.. Depends a lot if your XP is on NTFS or FAT32...
edit: it seems to me that your comp boots usb natively, and there are none grub files around....
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