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07 Dec 2012  

Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601

as Dwarf said, DVD-R are only writable ONCE, if you wanted to erase and write other stuff, you must purchase DVD RW (rewritable).

Since you are using a DVD anyway, I'd suggest to make a Win7 installation disk, which can do all system repair functions AND also install a new Win7 in case you need it.

This tutorial provides links to clean win7 iso files (basically a digital win7 disk ready to be burned on a DVD with any serious disk burning tool), and how to place that on a thumbdrive if you want to use that instead (as it has way faster load times when you are using it).
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