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I had recently brought a Eee PC (ASUS) 1000 (the one with 40 GB solid state and Linux), and I would like to install window XP into the computer. The user menu require the user to have a external DVD drive in order to complete the installation, however I do not think it is worth it to get a external disk drive just for that purpose. It there a way I could use other laptop/desktop computer and connect it to my Eee as a external disk drive? or am I just being too cheap?
Thank you for all your help!
Each computer needs its own operating system in which you do you have linux as a pre-install. If you want XP, you will need an external dvd/cd rom drive. It is worth it if you think about it...running xp, you're bound to run into other software you will likely need in the future, so getting an external cd/dvd drive would not be a waste of your money.
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