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I have the same problem but does not have a sd card can a flash drive be used in the same way as the sd card

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First, A netbook that use SD card doesn't same with the SD card at your hard. Second if you wish to make your SD card bootable, you need to make it a bootable. You may try to google on how to make a bootable USB pendrive. You may use the step to make your flash drive boot in the same way as the SD card in your netbook

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