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I have a nettop that doesn't have a CD driver. I need to install an OS with a USB. It came with freeDOS OS and I don't know how to reach the USB I connected to it that has the installation for windows.

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You want to make the Windows USB bootable and then boot from the USB stick. You may need to tweak settings in the BIOS.

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How do I change the setting in the BIOS? – idober May 27 '11 at 5:54
Check the documentation for your nettop. There's usually a key you press when it's starting up to go into the BIOS setup. Usually F2 or F12 - depends on the BIOS, though. – Andrew Cooper May 27 '11 at 6:01

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