booting from a USB drive
I had the clever idea to install BLAG 69999 (based on Fedora 7) on an external USB disk drive, which I'm able to boot by referencing it in my home desktop's grub.conf file. My plan is to bring the drive to work with me and boot from it instead of the hard drive of a "spare" Windows 2000 desktop in my cubicle, but therein lies the problem: I don't have GRUB installed on the Windoze box - nor do I know if it's even possible, therefore the system doesn't know anything about BLAG. When I try to change the boot device to the USB drive I get an "invalid operating system" error. So here are my questions: is it possible to 1) install GRUB on the Windows 2000 box so that I can reference the usb drive and boot from it, or otherwise 2) configure the USB drive such that it is directly bootable from BIOS? My thanks in advance...