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Old 07-30-2010, 08:19 PM   #16
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Sorry to hear that. I understand it. I'm just saying that's technically the easiest option. I wasn't talking about borrowing money, just a usb stick, LOL.
alright well thanks for all the help,
 
Old 07-31-2010, 10:17 AM   #17
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you know i really appreciate all the help, but i dont really have cash at the moment because i got laid off. do you guys know where you can get a big usb stick for cheap?
man, don't take it bad. but, taking into account what seems to be your level of expertise, you should consider trying to borrow a usb stick, or better a usb-cd reader.

Usually, there are *easy* solutions, and there are *cheap* solutions. There aren't *easy and cheap* solutions. For example, the PXE thing someone mentioned could be the cheapest option, if your NIC supports it, and you can setup a PXE server for free with any linux distro. But it will be by far the hardest to setup option.

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