How To: Install Windows XP on a Netbook Via USB drive

Install Windows XP on a Netbook Via USB drive

If you have just gotten a Netbook and need to install Windows on it, check out this tutorial. In this video, you will learn how to get Windows XP onto a Netbook using only your USB input and a thumb drive.

In this particular video, the example shown is installing Windows XP on an Acer Aspire One A110 using a Kingston Datatraveller 100 1GB USB thumb drive. Follow along and learn the step by step to this process and take full advantage of your Netbook.

For this installation, you may need to download the USB Multiboot Tool, which can be done here.

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Good work, young Brit. I went through this evolution on my Aspire One today. Having some weirdness with the video resolution that's making the whole megillah into a bit of a trial.

Still working on it. Wish me luck - oh, and I am thinking of putting Android on the box just to see if I can get it to run.

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