How to Make Windows 7 Bootable DVD?

This article will surely help you make Windows 7 bootable DVD disc with the help of ImgBurn software. We will guide you step by step the right way to do it.

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How to Make Windows 7 Bootable DVD with ImgBurn:

Step:1 – Copy the windows files folder on your desktop to find the files easily. If you have an ISO, extract it to a folder and copy to the desktop.

Step:2 – Download ImgBurn software and install in your PC.

Step:3 – Open ImgBurn software and you will see

  • Write Image files to disc
  • Write Files/Folder to disc
  • Create Images file from disc
  • Create images files from files/folders
  • Verify Disc
  • Discovery

Step:4 – Click on “Write Files/Folder to disc”.

Step:5 – Click the Browse Button and select Windows 7 folder and click open.

Step:6 – Go to the right panel there you will see Information – Device – Options – Label – Advanced.

Step:7 – Click on “Advanced” button and click on “Bootable Disc”.

Step:8 – Check “Make Images Bootable” box.

Step:9 – Click on “Boot Image” again browse to your windows folder location inside the Boot Folder you will see a file “etfsboot.com” file Select the “etfsboot” file and click open.

Step:10 – If you unable to find the “etfsboot.com” file you should switch to all files down right corner and select the files from there and open.

Step:11 – Now fill the following details correctly and very carefully

  • Emulation Type set to None (Custom)
  • Developer ID type in Microsoft Corporation
  • Load Segment 07C0

“Sector to Load” for this you have go to your Windows 7 files folder open “Boot” folder select “etfsboot.com” file and right click on it and click on “properties” and see the size of file.

If your “etfsboot.com file is 2KB in size then you should enter “4” in the “Sectors to Load” box if the “etfsboot.com” files size is 4KB then you should enter 8 in the “Sector to Load” box.

Step:12 – Most important and final step Uncheck the “Verify” box.

Step:13 – Make sure you have your DVD burner as “Destination “ and the Click on Go button.

Note: Click Yes button if popup comes unless the process completed successfully.

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