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Dec 1, 2009

Bootable USB operating system

So you want to try a new operating system; but don't want to remove your current one, you don't want to fork out for an expensive partition manager just to make space to try one out.

What you need is a bootable USB with operating system installed.  Well UNetbootbin is the solution for you.  This little Windows/Linux application will allow you to create a bootable USB from a variey of Linux Distributions, as well as a standard ISO image.

Check the application out here:
http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/

REMEMBER:  Your BIOS must support booting from USB devices - or this will not work in any way.
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