To burn to DVD, simply insert a blank disc in your optical drive and double-click on the ISO file to launch Window 7’s built-in burning software.
If your computer doesn’t have a DVD drive, just take a 4GB or larger USB drive, format it with the FAT32 file system, and then use Microsoft’s free Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool (bit.ly/q9949l) to copy the install files to it.
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