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Old 01-30-2011, 02:54 AM   #1
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Install backtrack to flash disk

Dear Admin & All Members...

I've a dvd of "backtrack 4 r2 nemesis" which I'm about to install into my flash disk, so that I can access my installed backtrack system from not only my computer, but also from another computer by using the flash disk. "I don't know how to install "backtrack 4 r2 nemesis" into my flash disk".

please help me..

thanx in advance
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By "flash disk", do you mean "USB drive" or "flash drive"?

If so, and if you're using Windows, then I would recommend a programme like Unetbootin, which will allow you to "burn" (I don't know what the correct term for a USB drive is :P) the .iso from the DVD to the USB drive.

Does this answer your question?
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