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bootable usb drive

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I was curious as how to create a flash drive that is bootable, I've tried through cmd to do it (with a 2GB drive) but couldn't get it to work... What size drive do I need? Simple way to make it bootable?

I plan on using it to make bootable OS's/Password Crackers (for my computer repair job)/etc...

I am using WinXP to do this
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After I have made it bootable, do I just drag/drop the bootable program/iso onto it and boot from it?
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Thank you
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