Hi! It seems I'm in a *big* problem. I had a retail copy of XP on my netbook, but as it was giving me problems (Once a month, I used to get a screen saying "You must activate Windows before you log on", even though MS said my Windows was genuine), I decided to install Linux. After seeing a couple of good articles about EasyPeasy (as of right now, based on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS), I decided to install it. Installation was fine, but I lost the USB stick I used to install it. After rebooting, I noticed GRUB didn't have an entry for Windows. I ran "sudo update-grub", and it found Windows as Windows Recovery Environment. I booted Windows, and tried to log on. It gave me the genuine message mentioned earlier. I thought "Just my bad day, I'll try the next day". But for past 1 week, I've been getting that screen. Now I always had an ISO of Windows 7 Ultimate on my HDD, so I thought "What the hell, I'll upgrade". But, as I had only got a key for Home Basic, I couldn't install it without removing the ei.cfg off the ISO. But when I opened it in Archive Manager, it contained a small README.TXT, saying that to modify UDF ISO's, I needed a UDF OS (Ubuntu doesn't have that? Seriously?). I figured I needed to copy the ISO to the other laptop, but I don't have a USB drive to do so, and Mum's denied me the right to have a pendrive, as I've lost *many* (as in 10-12 every year). So how do I copy the Win7 ISO from Ubuntu to another laptop? They share the same WiFi network. Also, I need to backup my data (games, music, OS images etc).