The highest bootability (100%) of any USB stick is reached when BIOSes with USB support recognize it as a Hard Disk and then boot it in Hard Disk emulation mode. About the USB booting many BIOSes are not adequately featured and refuse to boot a USB stick unless it is recognized as a Hard Disk. Any previous way (except the rarely possible flipping of the removable bit) is not really able to recognize from the BIOS a USB stick as a Hard Disk.
Having made your most bootable USB Flash Drive performing the tutorial described here http://www.boot-land...?...ost&p=63162 now you can build your UFD either with a single (active) partition ("Format-it-&-Forget-it" way) or with a multi-partitioned configuration ("Format-it-&-Boot-it" way). In both cases you will be able to run Full XP from your USB Flash Drive (UFD) with some different features and capabilities.
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