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Well, maybe. What exactly do you want to do with it?
The instructions at Microsoft for creating a usb of your windows 7 dvd is all tasks that linux can do.
To make a sort of windows pe such as BartsPE or VistaPE from linux could be done but I doubt anyone bothered to attempt it.
To be clear, Microsoft doesn't support making a live usb for any other use than to install or repair a windows computer.
What exactly do you want to do with it?
Because I have been trying for weeks to set up a vpn tunnel and do not seem to be able to do so at this time. I have been trying to come up with a work around to my problem. Before I joined the Linux family. Life was fine, and Windows 7 permitted me to use Hide My Ass VPN any time I wanted to watch a movie at Netflix. Because all VPN provider have downloads for Windows and not Linux. I have considered dumping Zorin from my computer and installing Windows 7. I have installed Windows 7 in VMbox but it had a hard time maintaining the VPN connection. Of coruse that was two Ubuntu installs ago LOL! It looks like the only option I have is to clone my current Ubuntu to a usb stick. Wipe my hard drive. Install windowns. Re-install Ubuntu. So what do you think? Is there a work around?
Oh! I was trying to load windows on to a live USB so I did not have to install window on my machine.
Last edited by Don Graham; 05-17-2014 at 09:14 PM.