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Elpankake,
I have just read up on this device and it sounds that you have a real good machine. From my experience, you need to know how to access the bios system, then goto boot section of the bios and just have USB boot only. Then attach a USB CD-rom and then boot to windows operating system on the CD

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  3. Insert the USB drive to a USB port.
  4. Turn on your computer.
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1. Download & Run WinSetupFrom USB-0.1.1.
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2. Complete the setup. The program will start automatically once you have finished.
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3. Plug your pen drive into the computer and backup anything important from it as we are going to format it.
4. In the WinSetupFromUSB-0.1.1 window: click Refresh next the USB selection box. The USB pen you have just plugged in should now be visible in the drop down menu. Select it.
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5. Insert your XP CD or mount an XP CD Image.
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9. Click Start. Click Yes when the pop up asks if you wish to continue. Click Yes again when the pop up asks you if you are sure you wish to continue. When you get the Completed successfully message click OK and close PEtoUSB.
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