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This simple tutorial explains how to put Mandriva 2010 on a USB Flash Drive from within Windows via the Seed tool created and supported by Mandriva. If a Mandriva One 2010 ISO is installed, the resulting USB Flash Drive can be used to try out a Live USB Mandriva, and or to Install Mandriva from USB to your Hard Drive, instead of using the CD/DVD. All recent Mandriva ISOs from Free to One are hybrids, meaning that they can be copied to the flash drive using the Seed tool.
The following tutorial covers the process of creating or making your own Mandriva Flash drive. If you already have a USB flash drive, why not put it to use? The MCNLive team has done some outstanding work with their latest Mandriva based MCNLive CD releases. The persistent loop features and USB installer are nearly flawless. The persist boot option allows a user to save "ALL" system changes and settings back to the loop image file. This remastering process is fairly simple, so let's get started.