There's a possible solution that I have successfully tried on my Intel C2D machine. I used the Live USB Creator released on fedorahosted.org to create a LiveOS image on my USB flash drive (1GB) that happens to be a memory card of my Moto RAZR V3m by taking the iso image of the i386 version of FC9's live cd. It enabled me to copy the live OS on my USB drive and boot my machine using the same.
Since a LiveCD has got a single static user, it wont take you through the settings stuff and directly boot up in that user. You'll then be able to see an option "Install to hard drive" on the desktop that shall fire up the installation process once the LiveOS has finished copying its install image to the hard drive. Installation shall begin after you are prompted to reboot your machine normally.
You can find the Live USB Creator here:
One tweak that you need to perform before using the flash drive and after the LiveOS has been installed to your hard drive is that you need to edit the syslinux.cfg file (created on your flash drive after running the LiveUSB Creator). There was a tiny bug in the version I used. It could not find the root device from where it's supposed to fetch the OS.
You need to edit a line that holds the grub options in syslinux.cfg
root=LABEL=FEDORA parameter to root=/dev/sdb1 .This shall start the LiveOS (might take some time depending upon the USB version you're using).
Here's the solution on fedorahosted's bug tracker
Another option that you might try is to configure your windows box so that it enables you to start an installation procedure upon reboot. You may then choose your USB drive in the install source options once installation starts.
the link above has got an elaboration of the above process..
post in any problems/queries that you might come across
P.S.: The installation sources shall have your USB drive in them only if you have a BIOS support for USB drive detection. Also, in order to access the iso image on the USB drive, you need to have it formatted with FAT32 filesystem as Fedora installer is unable to recognise other filesystems like NTFS.