How to make a bootable flash drive with XP from Ubuntu?

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There is a ubuntu/10.10, USB flash drive 2GB, iso-shnik with win xp.

Need to make a bootable flash drive with Windows.

They tried to make a start-up disc creator of Ubuntu somehow does not see the image with xp (although their mother finds out).


UPD:

Unebootin does not help.

Some clues are there, the quest is in progress.
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Unetbootin you can try. If you do not help, then you can try option 2.
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make a FAT32 partition on the flash drive
using cfdisk make it bootable
just copy everything from your computer to a USB flash drive
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If this does not help, it does.
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Is legendary unetbootin will not do the task.
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*There's another fun option: raise dev under ubuntu that will work with usb, and smontirovat win bootable flash drive from there programs and windows tools.
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At the time, many have searched and found nothing. Only under Windows, can virtual. (I the last time faced with this, he spat and put seven.)
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Thanks for UPD.
Indeed, the link has a working solution from @Gunthers.
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