Quote: Originally Posted by mac0sX
I have tried to burn Windows 7 from drive d:\ to dvd - r. But, as I added the files to be burned, there was a prompt message that states that the file "install.wmi" can't be burned because its size is greater than 2GB. And it also suggested that I have to use a file system called UDF. Could somebody help me figure out the problem? Thanks a lot...
You probably should have started a new thread for this, rather than appending your post to one that's two years old.
The normal way to make a bootable DVD is from an .iso file, which is a software image of a DVD. I use Nero to create the DVD from the .iso. There are other utilities that'll do that, including ImageBurn (free version).
As you mention install.wmi, you appear to have the installation files on a hard drive, rather than an .iso. I hope that the way those files got there didn't involve piracy, discussion of which is forbidden here.