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Is it possible to install Vista Ultimate on a removable USB drive and run vista from that USB drive?  Has anyone had any experience doing this?  If so, please back up with any steps you have done.

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Thank you for the link.. has anyone actually done this themselves?
Will wait through the weekend and then resolve question on Monday
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