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 “” file Select the “etfsboot” file and click open.

Step:10 – If you unable to find the “” 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 “” file and right click on it and click on “properties” and see the size of file.

If your “ file is 2KB in size then you should enter “4” in the “Sectors to Load” box if the “” 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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