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Boot Windows off a USB device such as iPod


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amagab

 
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I'm amazed by tools such as MojoPac and TechTool. However, MojoPac needs admin rights to the host computer to be able to boot and it only works on an XP computer.

I am looking for a tool that lets me boot Windows off an USB device such as iPod, but in addition to the MojoPac I'd like to be able to boot Windows on any computer, no matter rights or what OS is installed. Sort of like running Bootcamp or Parallels on a USB device.

Is that possible? Does anyone know of such a tool?

Thanks!
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