Thanks for the answers
Grub4DOS can boot from NTFS it should also be able to to that with ArchBang.
Yes grub4dos do boot from NTFS and I iso boot Ubuntu that way.
Some of the Debian do boot that way too. But a huge difference is that
some want to find a special file and them look for it but fail to find
it and then give up and never boot up. while other distros find it or
never looks for it and just boot.
Another big difference is that Ubuntu allow that one write to the NTFS drive
that one booted from "Live session" but Debian don't allow it.
A debian dev asked other devs about it and them say that them don't know.
They did not promise to solve it but maybe do look into if if them have time
and inner motivation to so it kind of hangs on many factors.
so it is not so easy it is complicated. Archiso by Godane did boot
but did not allow me to write to that drive.
Two other Arch looked for a file them never found.
So either me failed to google any code allow them to find that file
or it is not possible to direct them to the file.
So just me curious on the latest version. Maybe it is like Ubuntu.
The only way to find out is to try it. But now when Puppy forum is down
I am kind if lost not having a home base to relate to. sorry