Here is a review of the HP Mini 110
This doesn't recognize any bootable external device. Puppy Linux installs only to VFS partition, hence couldn't try NTFS. It simply says Boot Error. But Puppy boots from same flash drive on other PCs. Also tried an external hard drive. This is not recognized before boot. However, after boot via windows XP, only the Vfat partition is recognized. Wonder if I can ever install Linux on it at all.
I don't have an external CD/DVD drive. I have tried two flash drives and one external hard drive so far with puppy linux on all of them.