Originally Posted by gazebo
I also found this
. It makes a reference to the official Microsoft party line for non-support and gives details on the extensive hacks needed to get it working.
The success rate appears to be hardware dependent.
If I were to do this (i.e. boot off an external drive) I may want to pick a system with eSATA support and boot off a SATA drive. In theory that should be fully supported by Windows.
Oh I know eSATA is a non-issue and would be idea for speed, but the issue is the portability aspect of the concept, as many systems don't have eSATA.
Thanks for the link, it looks like a good read!
The project is more of a hobby than being practical, as it's just something I wanted to get working!