Removable Bootable Drive and XP license


If I have a license for XP on machine "E". I get a bootable USB hard drive.
I install XP on the bootable USB from the backup OEM CD that came with "E".
IS that legal? Do I need anothe XP license? Say I will continue to use that
bootable USB on "E" say one third of the time I use the bootable USB. How do
you do this (CMOS settings?? XP setup settings??) Can this harm the original
install on "E"'s hard drive? Do most/some bootbale USB drives come with
utilities to copy your hard drive in such a way?

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