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what are the steps in recording a bootable ISO file onto a CD-R using Windows 7 tools?

Hello and Good Afternoon Everyone,

              For the purpose of troubleshooting a problem with a laptop, I am needing to record an ISO file which contains the Windows Defender Offline package onto a CD-R.  Once it is successfully accomplished, this CD is suppose to be bootable straight from the CDROM or DVDROM after the first boot device within the BIOS is selected as CDROM/DVDROM.   It is my understanding that Windows 7 has a built-in or integrated tool which will accomplish this task.  If that is so, can someone provide the actual steps in accomplishing this goal?  I also have a 3rd party program, DVDFab which is suppose to be able to record an ISO file onto a CD or DVD.  

             Thanks so much in advance for any help given to this question.  I will look forward to reviewing all feedback including links given within this post.

             George
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tailoreddigitalCommented:
amitnepal  got to it first, i was going to suggest the same link.  Definitely give that a good look.

If you want an easy and free third-party ISO creator and burner application,
http://www.imgburn.com/

I've used this for years and love how quick and easy it is to use.
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nobusCommented:
i use the cdburnerXP (free) - it is vary easy to use, and has an ISO burning tool :
byou select this option, and point it to the location of the iso file
then select BURN
that's it
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GMartinAuthor Commented:
Hi Everyone,

            Thanks everyone for the feedback given in addition to the links.  After reviewing the input provided, I found the instructions within the link of http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/burn-a-cd-or-dvd-from-an-iso-file useful in getting me in the right direction.

             George
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