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The flash sticks we discuss here are for installing Windows 7. Yes they boot, and yes they install the entire OS.
You seem to want to put the Windows 7 OS itself on a flash stick to boot and run Windows 7, however you never quite make this clear because I don't think you understand exactly what it is you want. So you'll have to decide and then we can help you.
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