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Windows 7: Making a DVD-R Win 7 bootable

05 Jun 2010   #1
delaneybob

Windows XP SP3
 
 
Making a DVD-R Win 7 bootable

Hi- Nero 10 and MAgic ISO.

Trying to make a bootable DVD-R for Win 7

Scenario
1.Windows XP SP3
2. Extract .iso into actual files
3. Burn with NERO or MAgic ISO
4. Try to get DVD-R to boot

Bios is correct, tired off board DVD drive.

I search many many forums. Can someone tell me specifically- what files are needed in root on the DVD to make it boot for Win 7 so I can check the DVD. And if missing can I install these separately?

I current have the files on the DVD as shown in the attachement

I have others say uise a USB stick but to me the PC should nto care about the media

Thanks


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05 Jun 2010   #2
breezen18

Win XP - Win7 Pro on Compaq Laptop
 
 

Burn .iso with ImgBurn (Freeware)

Slow 4x speed wit verify on !


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05 Jun 2010   #3
delaneybob

Windows XP SP3
 
 
Works like a champ

worked. Thanks
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05 Jun 2010   #4
breezen18

Win XP - Win7 Pro on Compaq Laptop
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by delaneybob View Post
worked. Thanks
Glad to here it worked well for you

There are a lot of great members here with lots of answers, Just Ask
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05 Jun 2010   #5
steve-pressman

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 - OEM Service Pack 1
 
 

Imgburn is such a dam good piece of software and wonderful is the fact it is free works for all the uses I have put it through with out a singles coaster being made.


Steve
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