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Windows On A Usb Stick?

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#16 aommaster


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Posted 09 August 2008 - 10:52 PM

Reminds me of a program called MojoPak

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Posted 11 August 2008 - 02:31 PM

but i do that now. my key chain has a 2 gig flash that has a copy of every business file I have ever re-created (as the created ones got lost in a crash a while back) while I was at it, I put my start up disk and other important things....like my nortons on a separate usb flash and its in a safe place marked as emergency only. just nice that new stuff will come out with it already like that, but its been a boon. when I save something i save it to the flash first the hard drive next and then when i have to take off to staples to print something, i dnt have to 'go and save it to the flash as it is already there. my favorite software is saved for back up as cd's can scratch and disk....pratically dont exist anymore.

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