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Old 16th August 2008, 01:59 AM
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Boot on removable drive

I travel alot between the UK and the Canary Islands and i have 2 seperate desktops, both of which cost a fair bit of money (both provided by work so getting a laptop wasn't an option, i'd explain why but the reasons don't even make sense to me) anyway.

I was just wondering if there is anyway to automaticaly detect a removable drive and boot from that whenever it's plugged in rather than the default XP drives in the computers.

If you need anymore info to help please say,

Thanks,

Chris
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