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i have found tutorials on their official forum and on the internet about how to make a truecrypt rescue bootable usb stick.

I'm guessing anyone who can answer will know what that is already, but it is basically just a way to boot into the system using a usb stick instead of a DVD.

But the only problem is all of these tutorials involve using Grub4Dos, and i cannot run Grub4Dos on 64 bit windows 7.

Is there any other alternative method? Thanks!

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The syslinux boot loader is able to boot ISO images.

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i have windows system – geekbutitsokk Jun 24 '11 at 9:11
I know. "Syslinux" can be installed from Windows too. – grawity Jun 24 '11 at 9:16

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