Seeing as several google-searches have failed me, I am having a hard time completing this task. I am currently running Fedora 19 on my laptop, and I wish to burn a .iso-image to an external HDD. Seeing as Brasero and several other programs that are seemingly made for this purpose are not recognizing said HDD (looks like they only accept flashdrives?) I am unable to find any way to burn it.
The disk is formatted to NTFS. I have also tried with FAT.
I am relatively new to Linux and would highly appreciate being spoonfed if anyone would find the time to do so.
Some clarification might be needed: I already have Fedora 19 installed. I wish to install Windows XP as well. I have a 500 GB HDD I'd like to install it on. I have tried the following:
- Programs like Brassero etc. Does not recognize the HDD.
- Running the .iso in a VM, but the external HDD is not an alternative as an installation disc.
- Using dd. This did work somewhat, seeing as the disc was renamed to "WINDOWS XP HOME EDITION" blablabla, but when booting it I simply got the message "unable to load operating system." After this, I formatted the disc again.
I have successfully installed XP on a VM, so there is nothing wrong with the .iso itself.
Please note that my objective is to have XP on the external HDD, if this can be achieved by other means, those answers are naturally accepted.