It’s never too early to start your computer life with windows 7 starter ISO. This tutorial will teach you how to download and install the windows 7 starter ISO on a computer, so all you’ll need is a CD or USB and a little patience. Remember: it’s always good practice to backup your data before downloading an iso!
Once you’ve figured out how to make your own windows 7 Starter bootable DVD or USB drive, the sky’s the limit. You can use the same method to create Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 bootable DVDs and USB drives for your computer.
Although there are a lot of tutorials available online that show you how to burn an ISO file directly to a DVD or USB drive, that’s not the fastest or easiest way to go about creating a Windows image. With almost two-dozen versions of Windows 7 – including 64-bit – it would be hard enough just trying to find one DVD or USB drive that works with all versions. Thankfully, there’s a much easier way: download and install the free and excellent Universal USB Installer software.
Universal USB Installer supports up to 7 different types of media, including CD/DVD+/-R/RW, DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, BD-R(W), BD-RE(DL), BDXL, and Memory Stick. Once you download the WinToISO program, simply download any Windows 7 ISO image into the appropriate folder on your computer. Next open WinToISO and select the ISO file you want to convert.
For the sake of simplicity we’ll assume this is an 8GB thumb drive you want to create a Windows 7 32 bit bootable USB drive from. The first step is to find out what type of media your USB drive will need to be. In the Universal USB Installer’s menu, click “Preferences” and you should see a list of all the different types of media available. Luckily, the list above was exactly what we needed. Select a specific type from left column and then click “OK.” Note that if you have a smaller storage device that does not show up in this list, just select any other type from left column and you should have no problem using the wizard.
Now it’s time to start downloading. As always, the first step is to download Universal USB Installer. Once you’ve installed it, go back to the main menu and select “Misc.” Then select “MD5 checksum” from the drop-down box. On Windows 7 32 bit XP and Vista it should be right next to the “Universal USB Installer” (older versions of Windows may not show this option). Once you’ve chosen your version of Universal USB Installer, press “OK.”
The next step is optional but very useful: if you plan on making multiple copies of a DVD or hard drive, you’ll probably want to make a bootable image (a copy of an ISO file) once for each one.
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