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I would like to be able to access my HDD on my pc from my sisters machine using a bootable cdrom as we both use windows xp professional
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youll be needing a dos boot networking disk then :) this is what I use, http://www.tdonline.com/bootdisk.htm
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if  you are both running windows XP... why boot from a CD rom to access your HDD?  what not share it and get it in windows?  
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