the easiest way to use livecd is to burn it and reboot your computer with it.
or, you can also run it on emulator like qemu, virtualbox, vmware, etc...
then, you can also do 'frugal install' by copying the .iso file content to usb/hdd and boot it from there. this works best with linux livecd.
now... this is another way to boot your .iso livecd. especially works best with non-linux livecd. use grub4dos to boot directly from the .iso file without burn any cd. works with bartpe .iso too.
here's the steps:
# replace title, folder and filename with your own title windowspe livecd map (hd0,0)/windowspe/bartpe.iso (hd33) map --hook chainloader (hd33)
that's it. reboot your usb/hdd and you can now boot your livecd from it.
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