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Windows 7 professional 64 bit IMG file - How do I create a dvd from this file.

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I have an file with an IMG extension.  I would like to create a Windows 7 DVD.  How do I do this?
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If its in an ISO or IMG format then PowerISO would do the trick.

Poweriso download:
http://www.poweriso.com/download.htm
 
PowerISO to do it:
http://www.poweriso.com/tutorials/burn-img-file.htm
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How To Burn with ImgBurn:

1. Start ImgBurn.
2. Switch to 'Write' mode.
3. Insert Disc in Burner.
4. Select Image to burn.
5. Click 'Write' button.

And note ImgBurn is 100% free.

Note: Clean install of ImgBurn
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by:rindi
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How did you get to that file with an img extension? Windows 7 normally comes as an iso file, and not as an img file, I'd be wary whether it is genuine if it is an img file.
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