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How to Burn a ISO file in Windows 7

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This article explains how to burn an ISO image file in Windows 7 using "Windows Disc Image Burner" without using third party software

How to Burn CD/DVD in Windows 7

Windows 7 has the ability to burn CD/DVD without requiring any third party software to burn ISO images to the CD/DVD. In previous version of Windows are not having options to burn an ISO file. Windows 7 will automatically detect the ISO files and it will open a Window to burn the ISO files to a CD/DVD.

An International Organization for Standardization) ISO file a disc image (it is a zip file by using Winrar application you can open the ISO file) file format for CD-ROM.

To burn an ISO image file in Windows 7 select the ISO image file, Right click the mouse button and click "Open with" option and then select "Windows Disc
Image burner".

How to burn ISO image in Windows 7

Once the "Windows Disc Image burner" is opened then you can see the ISO file will be displayed at the top of the window and select the CD/DVD and then If you want to verify the disc after the burning is completed then select "Verify disc after burning" and then click the "Burn" to burn the ISO image.

Windows Disc Image burner

Third party software is not required to burn a ISO image file in Windows 7

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Responses to "How to Burn a ISO file in Windows 7"
Guest Author: Neha S   29 Mar 2014
I want to install Windows 7 on my PC computer but it is in the ISO file. I was facing problem to install on my computer because it is not burning rightly. But this post helped me a lot to install Windows 7 successfully on my Computer. Even now I can also burn Windows 8 ISO file on PC.


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