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You can just download the iso completely and then find where it is, in Documents or Downloads, and just click on it. You will be able to burn it to disk straight with Windows 7. No need for a third party app to burn it. That is, if you have an earlier Windows 7 build already installed, if not, you'll have to use a third party app like Mr Grim says to burn it.
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