If you have your system booting with freedos (whether from floppy or  
usb stick, doesn't matter) you can use the sys command to transfer the  
freedos os to the hd, then you should be able to reboot into the hd  
after removing the usb stick.
If you have a working boot of freedos, all you need to do is type
sys d:
at your c prompt, and the system will be transferred to the d: drive.   
Remove your usb stick, and then your hd *should* boot.
(of course, should is the keyword here)
Plenty could go wrong, but assuming all is in order, this will work  
and you should be on your way.

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