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    windows install

    hi! I have asus eee with linux. I want to install the windows xp, but i dont have cd rom. I dont live now at home, so i dont have the install disc either. i want to download it but i cant open torrents. i could download with rapid share, but it is a bin file. i would boot from flash. Is it possible booting a .bin from flash? any other ways to install windows with these conditions? thanks a lot!!!

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    Administrator jayd512's Avatar
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    To be honest, you would probably find more accurate support for this issue on a Windows Forum.

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    Linux Guru techieMoe's Avatar
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    As far as I know, the only legal way to download a Windows disc is from your computer's manufacturer. Anything you download off of torrents is likely to be cracked, therefore illegal. I'm closing this thread in accordance with the forum rules:
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