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it's very lite, so it's able to be there when you need it, copy files, and then sit on your Hard Drive as an executable when necessary. If you're looking for a simple file-copy tool to use occationally, I highly recommend this program.
Hi, thanks for all your responses. I booted windows to try some of these suggestions and found two viruses (I've only used XP for about one hour in total since I installed it, this has to be a new record.(Yes, I do have anti-virus and a firewall!!!)) So I just downloaded the ISOs again. But thanks anyway, I'll know what to do if i'm ever in the same situation.