Burn Disc Image - ISO or IMG file

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  1. Posts : 71,255
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #50

    Hello Werty,

    Yes, to a DVD.

    If you wanted to do so to a USB, then you would need to use PART 2 in the tutorial below instead. :)

    Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool

    Hope this helps, :)
    Shawn
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  2. Posts : 1
    Win 7
       #51

    You saved my motherboard swap :-)


    I thought I did everything right, but was still getting blue screened.

    Now, thanks to your utility and instructions, I'm up and running again on my Win7 hard drive.

    New motherboard, new cpu, 32 gig of Ram.
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  3. Posts : 71,255
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #52

    Glad it could grampdog, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)
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  4. Posts : 59
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit
       #53

    Thanks!


    Hello.

    This is quite lovely and much easier to face than other so-called instructionals.

    I have two ... ish ... questions. First, do I need a double layer DVD to burn a Win7 64 bit sp1 ISO?

    Second, I think I can just copy my original install disk to said DL DVD. Would it make more sense to burn my ISO to a DVD stick? Assuming I can find a How-To that's as nice as this one.

    As usual and as always, thanks.

    -G.
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  5. Posts : 71,255
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #54

    Hello Gorham,

    A standard 4.7 GB DVD would be plenty to burn a 64-bit Windows 7 w/SP1 ISO file to.

    I would recommend to burn the ISO to the DVD to have it be bootable. :)
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  6. Posts : 582
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
       #55

    I don't understand the different types of DVD's so am wondering if mine is ok for this? I have a partial package of these that were given to me.

    DVD+R
    120 min
    4.7 GB
    1-16x
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  7. Posts : 71,255
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #56

    Hello Grits,

    Yep, that'll be fine. Just about all DVD burners support that format. :)

    If you like, here's a good article to help explain all the different DVD formats. :)

    DVD Formats Explained - Webopedia.com
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  8. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit.
       #57

    User Name : Windows User
    Company Name : Company
    CDKey :
    OS Version : Home Basic/Premium
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Lenovo\Power2Go\Power2Go.exe : Version 5.5.1.9109
    CBS.dll : Version 7.7.5710

    ==================================================================

    Total physical memory : 4095MB (4194303KB)
    Free physical memory : 4095MB (4194303KB)
    Memory load : 40 percent

    Number of CPU : 8
    CPU Name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3632QM CPU @ 2.20GHz
    CPU Speed : 2195 MHz

    ==================================================================

    6.12.2015
    Task Type : Burn Disc Image

    14:17:49, File(cl_DiscCopyCD.cpp), Line(89)
    -> Begin burning process
    Current drive: <E: MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ8C2 1.00>
    Current writing speed(x): 4.0
    ====== Disc Info =======
    Disc Type: CD-RW Normal Speed
    Disc Status: Blank, Appendable
    Num. of Sessions: 1 Num. of Tracks: 1
    Disc Capacity: 359847LBs
    Free Size: 359847LBs Used Size: 0LBs
    ========================
    ->Burn from image
    Burn option: w/ buffer underrun protection
    Burn option: w/o simulation
    Burn option: w/o overburn
    Burn option: w/ verify disc
    Burn option: w/o extra long disc

    14:17:49, File(cl_Cdwrite.cpp), Line(2762)
    -> Setup drive
    Sessn: 1, Sessn type: Disc At Once
    Disc physical format: CDROM_MODE1
    Trk: 1, Trk mode: MODE1

    14:17:49, File(cl_Cdwrite.cpp), Line(2050)
    -> Start session
    Sessn: 1, Start trk: 1, Last trk: 1

    14:17:49, File(cl_Cdwrite.cpp), Line(2076)
    -> Start track
    Trk: 1, Track start addr(LBA): 0, Trk size(sectors): 67576, Sector size(bytes): 2048

    14:17:59, File(cl_Cdwrite.cpp), Line(2496)
    -> Write end/Close disc

    14:18:00, File(cl_DiscCopyCD.cpp), Line(1708)
    -> Burning Fail, ErrCode: 0xeb020b88

    ==================================================================

    Error Code : 0xeb020b88
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  9. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit.
       #58

    i tried different burners (iso, daemon, and windows ) not working
    please help
    all the above were working previously
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  10. Posts : 71,255
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #59

    Hello rayquest, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)

    If this is for creating Windows 7 installation media from an ISO, then you might see if the tutorial below or a USB may help instead.

    Create Bootable USB or DVD with Windows 8 ISO
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