oobetimer wrote:With UNetbootin you can make it easily ..
I don't know anything about grub4dos, but found this - maybe you could adapt this to boot Mint 13 iso from your external hdd
http://forums.mydigitallife.info/thread ... -lst/page2
POST #15 has an entry for Mint 8 - try using that menuentry, only changing the iso file name and location to reflect your Mint 13 iso.
As far as I know - the rest of the menuentry is the same for Mint 8 and Mint 13 isos.
If you want to go with Grub2, read this thread:
There have been some problems booting Mint 13 32-bit isos - forum member breaker has provided a fixed 32-bit LM13 Mate iso via torrent (see page 2 of thread).
64-bit isos seem to boot without a problem with Grub2.
Edit: What are you currently running on your system - Windows ... another linux install?
mintybits wrote:Another way is to boot the live iso in Virtual Box and then install to a real drive that VBox has been given access to. This is nice because you can use the rest of your system as normal while it gets on with a new install.
mintybits wrote:You can run the live iso in VBox and use it to install Mint to your non-virtual HD.
vaikz wrote:I check on this. By the way, do you know how to mount real hard drive in virtualbox?
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