|30 Aug 2012||#11|
You must burn bootable disks from their ISO file with an Image Burner or they will not boot. Windows Image Burner is fine.
If you have more than one HD make sure the Win7 HD is set first to boot.
Start now working through the steps to Fix Unbootable Win7 as you've not even begun them yet.
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