The article depicts the procedure for creating a bootable system disk in Windows 7. The methods provided here are reliable and simple. However, we advise you to follow them carefully to avoid facing common Windows 7 problems during the procedure.
It’s a good idea to keep a bootable system disk always at hand to repair or reinstall Windows 7 in case the original Windows 7 setup disk gets misplaced. Considering this, you might like to create a bootable system disk for your Windows 7 operating system. Doing so can be difficult in the absence of proper guidelines. So, here is your Windows 7 support guide that will help you make a bootable system disk for your windows 11 iso.
Before you begin, make sure that you have a blank CD or DVD handy which you want to create as a system disk. Also make sure that your internet connection is active and working. When done, follow the below mentioned method to create the Windows 7 disk.
Open your internet browser and type microsoftstore.com, the official Microsoft Store website, in the address. Hit Enter to proceed to the website. When on the website, scroll down until end of the page and click on the link All help topics under the heading HELP. Now scroll down and look for the Windows 7 USB/DVD DOWNLOAD TOOL link.
Under the heading Installation (there will be installation instructions for the tool), click on the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool link. When prompted, hit the Save File button to save the Windows 7-USB-DVD-tool.exe file. Close the browser window. Locate the saved file and open it. You will see the tool setup wizard screen. Click the Next button.
Follow the on-screen instructions, accept the license agreement etc. and hit the Finish button to complete the installation. You will see a Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool icon either on your Desktop or programs etc. Right click on the tool’s icon and choose to run it as administrator.
When prompted to choose the ISO file, click on the Browse button and locate it from the C: directory. If you have the ISO file saved to another drive like D etc. but not C, locate it from there and open. When done selecting the file, hit the Next button. When prompted to make a selection, hit the DVD button and insert the disk in the drive of your computer.
Wait while the copying is being done. It may take some time, so be patient and do not click on Cancel until it is done. When you see the successfully created message, close the window. Locate the DVD drive in the system tray, right click on it and select Eject. Thereafter, remove the DVD and keep it safe for further use.
You can also create an ISO image of your Windows 7 installation file and then burn it to create a bootable DVD or CD. If you face any problem while performing the bootable disk procedure, contact a professional Windows 7 support or Microsoft technical support service.