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Can windows 7 recovery iso be used to create a bootable recovery usb?

I'm trying to restore my windows bootloader after deleting ubuntu. I have windows 7 recovery iso that I want to burn onto a 2gig usb drive. How do I do this so that its bootable? I'm using ubuntu 10.10 live.

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marked as duplicate by Sathya, BinaryMisfit Oct 15 '10 at 17:02

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You can 'copy' your Windows iso on previously formated (NTFS) pendrive as any other iso (using dd for instance) and then write the right boot record using ms-sys tool.

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