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Win 7 installation problems!

Discussion in 'General Software' started by crush3r, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. crush3r

    crush3r New Member

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    I need some help moving to 7, ive got a new HD and dvds, but i'm lost as to what to do with the iso file. I see no options in iso buster to create a bootable DVD and the microsoft website is of little help :confused:
    it would be great if someone could enlighten me in simple terms how to go about this :toast:

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  2. Mussels

    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    uh, just burn the ISO?

    If you cant figure out how to do it in ISO buster, use another program.
  3. Laurijan

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    I use a freeware tool called CDBurnerXP and when i open this prog it lets me choose to burn an ISO file.. you though need at least to have Netframework 2.0 installed to install this prog
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    Just to clarify, the ISO of the OS is an image of a complete disk which will already be set up to be bootable. Just burn the ISO in your chosen program, another freeware is Deepburner. The option to make a bootable data disk is used when ,for example, you need to make a disk to flash a bios.

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