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How to make windows 7 bootable DVD?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by hallatie, Jun 22, 2011.

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  1. hallatie

    hallatie Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I want to know how I can make bootable DVD of windows 7 64bit ultimate, and I have this windows in form of ISO file but I do not know how to make bootable Windows DVD from this ISO file by NERO 8 so can anyone plzzzzzz tell me exact steps to do this ..

    and thanks for any help
     
  2. tkwincru

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    If you have the ISO file on your PC, you can burn the image using Nero by double clicking the file as if you were running the file. It should automatically pull up the image file with Nero. At that point put a disc in and select burn.

    Should it simply go to a window asking you what to do with the file or that it does not have a program to open the file, you can close the window, right click on the iso file and select open with... It will list a list of programs in which you can set the default to Nero and then select Nero from the list and you are back to the first step I provided. Burn the image and it should already be bootable.

    Hopes this helps.
     
  3. Rockn

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    If you burn the ISO to a DVD and have a DVD rom it will boot to the created DVD
     
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