Posted on Feb 23, 2010 | 13 comments

(Note: To follow this procedure, you must have a PC running Windows as the Operating System):

You will need to use an additional Microsoft command-line tool, called Oscdimg.

Oscdimg is a command-line tool for creating an image file (.iso) of a customized 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows.

Read more about Oscdimg here.

Steps to follow:
1 Create 3 folders into your C:\ drive (i.e. c:\windowsiso c:\windowsexe c:\windowsdvd).

2 Download and extract it into the c:\windows7exe folder created previously.

3 Now put the windows .iso which you have already downloaded into the c:\windowsiso folder. Then extract all files and folders of the .iso using a software such as winrar, ultraiso, imgburn

4 When the extraction is finished, remove the .iso file from the c:\windowsiso folder.

5 Open a DOS Prompt and move into the folder c:\windowsexe and then enter the following command:

oscdimg -n -m -bc:\windowsiso\boot\ c:\windowsiso c:\windowsdvd\windowsdvd.iso


6 Finally, burn on a DVD the newly created .iso which can be found in the c:\windowsdvd folder.

Enjoy your new Windows bootable DVD!