I tried to make this guide as easy i could, so to create a bootable Win 7 disk will use a free program named Power ISO. Just follow the steps bellow, there you will get a link to download it.
[dropcap type=”1″]1[/dropcap]Create the source directory
If windows files are compressed into an ISO file, decompress them into a directory which we’ll use later if not, anyway gather them into a folder.
[dropcap type=”1″]2[/dropcap]Download – Install – Run
To burn files on the disk we’ll use the program named Power ISO – . This is a unregistered version, the only thing to which you don’t have access is you can’t create or edit image files greater than 300MB. We don’t even need this feature. After download completes, install the application and run it.
You’ll be informed that this is a unregistered version, wait the timer (5 seconds) then click Continue unregistered.
[dropcap type=”1″]3[/dropcap]Add files to burn
Now, add the files from the folder which you created in the first Step. You can drag them or click the Add button, navigate to that folder, select them all and click Add.
[dropcap type=”1″]4[/dropcap]Add the boot sector code
From the menu bar, navigate to Action > Boot > Add Boot Information then click on the folder icon and navigate to the directory we created in the first Step, open the boot folder. From the right-bottom corner choose to see All files (*.*), and find the file named etfsbood.com, select it and click Open. Then Ok.
[dropcap type=”1″]5[/dropcap]Burn files
Finally, insert a blank DVD disc, then click the Burn button on toolbar to burn files to the disc. Select a smaller burning speed (like 6x) and check Finalize disc. When you are ready just click Burn and wait till the process finishes.
[quote_box_center]To avoid any errors when writing the disc, it is advisable not to overload your computer during the process.[/quote_box_center]