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You can install a Windows NT 4.0 Embedded build to either file allocation table (FAT) or NTFS file system partitioned media. This article describes how to make IDE (integrated device electronics) hard drive partitions bootable to Windows NT 4.0 Embedded.
To make either a FAT or an NTFS partition bootable, you must copy a Windows NT boot sector to the partition boot sector. You can use the contents of the MungeBoot folder on the Windows NT 4.0 Embedded CD-ROM 1 to accomplish this:
For more information on partition boot sectors, see the Windows NT Workstation Resource Kit.