Linux has a few issues with NTFS volumes, and in my case, I want to use this drive to rescue windows pc's on my network.
Since most XP installations are NTFS and with all of the linux solutions taking a duct tape approach to the NTFS read/write issue - it stands to reason that a windows based usb boot drive is a better option. Not to mention, much easier to implement.
Not all of us are able - or even have the desire to waste hours tinkering with the linux command line.
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