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** Please note that you CAN use NTFS when formatting the drive. You can substitute "fs=fat32" for "fs=ntfs" if you would like *Please make sure that you go into your netbook's BIOS and set the USB thumbdrive as the first bootable device. This way when you're done with this process, just keep it plugged in and reboot and setup should start* This quick video is to demonstrate how one would take the Windows 7 DVD image (ISO) and copy the setup files so that one can install Windows 7 via a USB fla

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