how do i make an Microsoft XP bootable install CD from an XP disk image ISO file?

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    how do i make an Microsoft XP bootable install CD from an XP disk image ISO file?
     
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    Only ever used Imgburn, allus worked for me, , ,
     
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    I use imgburn for cd's but rufus for usb, I am not sure how to run imgburn for a usb?
     
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    I never tried bootable usb's, is it a faster install? CD's-DVD's ¢ost pennys, few buck$ for usb's, , ,
     
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    I use usb's for laptops without a cd drive and also dependent on the size of the usb it can hold alot more than the normal cd. I do not have a dvd drive so have never made a dvd. :), and I have a couple of usbs set aside for xp with different sata controllers slipstreamed in for different laptops.
     
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