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mp3 player as external hard drive?

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I recently had my computer crash and before I reformat and reinstall windows xp pro (I have tried many other ways to restore it and nothing works). I have read on this site that one way to recover data is to load windows onto another hard drive and set the sick one to slave mode. I have an mp3 player which I have been basically using to store files much like an external hard drive. It holds 20 Gb of information and is an Archos Jukebox. Is there any way I can load windows onto my Jukebox and make it the master drive in my sick computer? Thanks
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Treat it like a normal memory drive, drag and drop the files you want saved into it.
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