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Triple boot osx, ubuntu, xp on usb hdd


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Is it possible to triple boot mac osx, ubuntu, and windows xp from an external usb hard drive? i have a macbook at home, but i would like to triple boot from other macs and pcs as well. help needed.
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Not possible because Windows is restricted (by Microsoft) to only booting from an internal hard drive.

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Not possible because Windows is restricted (by Microsoft) to only booting from an internal hard drive.

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If you're hinting at a hack to install Windows to a removable drive, we do not discuss hacks here - especially those that violate the EULA.

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