It looks like links listed below don't work anymore and Microsoft took over.
So, to create your own Windows 7 DVD go here: http://www.microsoft...ftware-recovery
1. Download the ISO file for the version of Windows 7 you own:
- Home Premium SP1 (English, 64-bit)
- Professional SP1 (English, 64-bit)
- Ultimate SP1 (English, 64-bit)
- Home Premium SP1 (English, 32-bit)
- Professional SP1 (English, 32-bit)
- Ultimate SP1 (English, 32-bit)
2. Download the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool.
This utility lets you copy your Windows 7 ISO file to a DVD or USB flash drive.
Whether you choose DVD or USB makes no difference; just confirm that your PC can boot to the media type you select.
Double click on downloaded file to install the tool.
3. Create Windows 7 USB/DVD.
- Click the Windows START button, and click WINDOWS 7 USB/DVD DOWNLOAD TOOL in the ALL PROGRAMS list to open the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool.
- In the SOURCE FILE box, type the name and path of your Windows 7 ISO file, or click BROWSE and select the file from the OPEN dialog box. Click NEXT.
- Select USB DEVICE to create a copy on a USB flash drive or select DVD disk to create a copy on a DVD disk.
- If you are copying the file to a USB flash drive, select your USB device in the drop-down list and click BEGIN COPYING. If you are copying the file up to a DVD, click BEGIN BURNING.