|That site only contains selfextracting boot images that will only extract to floppy. But I was able to extract them from the EXE using WinRAR|
I found a program called "USB_format.exe" that formatted my USB flash drive and added the bootsector and the DOS system files which I extracted from a floppy disk image that I got from bootdisk.com. (the program won't make it bootable unless I had DOS system files, which I retreived from the disk image)
Thanks for the help with the disk images!
(it won't add bootsector without them)
Now I have a bootable Jumpdrive that shows up as drive C:\ when it is booted. (my harddrive is NTFS, so it didn't show up)
If the harddrive was Fat32, then it would probably appear as drive D:\
Theoreticly, I could boot a Win98 or something similar directly off the jumpdrive.
However, I will probably not do that since the amount of writes that Windows makes will kill the flash drive rather quickly (flash based memory a 100,000 to 160,000 write limet that once reached, will render my jumpdrive a worthless peice of plastic)
Problem is solved. Thanks for the help!!