How to run XP from a USB drive

Microsoft Windows XP is an operating system developed by Microsoft for use on desktop and laptop computers. There have been numerous version upgrades since the OS’s release in 2001. Using MyPocketXP and a portable USB flash drive, you can run Windows XP and programs like Microsoft Office, Apple iTunes and web browsers right from the USB drive itself. Things You’ll Need
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Plug the MyPocketXP USB flash drive into any computer running Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7. Wait for the car to be recognized automatically. Click on the “Start” button and then “My Computer”.

Locate the removable device named “MyPocketXP” under the “Devices with Removable Storage” list and double-click it.


Click on the “MyPocketXP” application icon. This will launch the MyPocketXP menu. Click “Install MS Virtual PC” and follow on-the screen prompts to install USB drive. Microsoft Windows XP is correctly configured on your USB drive.

Remove the USB drive and insert it back into the PC. Open the MyPocketXP menu from the USB drive and click “Boot MyPocket XP.” A pop-up window with the Microsoft Virtual PC logo will go and then Windows XP will start.

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