First question - Is it possible at all?
Second - I am trying to achieve this. All I did was created a booted my system with 1st HDD that had Windows 7. I have additional 2 HDDs. One has stripped down version of Windows 7 created using vLite. 3rd HDD has a FAT 32 partition. I copied all the files from 2nd HDD that has stripped down version of Windows7 to 3rd HDD that has FAT32 partition. I used 'Beyond Compare' for that. Then shut down the system, removed 1st and 2nd HDD and booted the system on 3rd HDD. Of course it did not boot then I loaded my Windows 7 installation DVD and clicked on repair and braught it into command prompt. There I provided following commands:
bootsect /nt60 C:
A message was shown, that a new bootsector for FAT32 is written.
Then I took the DVD out and tried to boot it on HDD that is FAT32 but I get the error saying No Disk Found. Dows anayone has any idea hwo to resolve this?
Any help is appreciated.