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Using a flash drive for Nlited .iso

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I have tried before to slipstream drives and the activation code into a copy of windows for easier installation on another machine and it works with a burned CD. I also tried this by putting the .iso on a flash drive and could not get it to work. Is there any program that allows the .iso after using Nlite or an alternative the Nlite that works?
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There is a great piece of free software called Sardu that works great. You might have to rename the iso for it to recognize it but you can us any os and put it on a flash drive with this well so far except virtual flopy os like a win98 boot disk.

Just to give proper credit here http://www.overclock.net/software-news/895355-sit-sardu-2-0-1-final.html

Original thread that i found it from!! ^

Another thread updated version

http://www.overclock.net/software-news/937048-reboot-sardu-2-0-2-released.html
Edited by xgeko2 - 5/17/11 at 9:37pm
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Thank you, don't need it right now but it's been bothering me stupid nerd brain.
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