I suppose this should be self-explanatory, but here's some more details: I have a Quicksilver G4 with the following: 2 USB 2.0 Cards (Each has an internal USB port as well as 4 external - one also as 2 external and 1 internal firewire port as well), an Alchemy TV Card, Radeon 9800 card for graphics, 867 Mhz G4 processor, 1.5 gigs of Ram, 2 500 Gig and 1 160 gig Hard drives, and a Sony DVD burner. I've been trying t install a working OS and utilize one of the internal USB ports as a boot disk (4 gig USB Flahs Drive, soon to be replaced with a 16 - wouldn't have ordered it had I known of these troubles) to no avail. Is there a way to make a USB Flash disk bootable on this machine?
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