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Have a valid unused windows 7 key, but no disc. What do I do?
I have a valid windows 7 key, not used, for 64 bit windows professional. I cannot, however, find a disc for it. A lot of discs of mine went missing when I moved. It's also possible I never had a disk for it as I think it was part of a digital download or something from msdn?
I'd like to install it on a brand new computer I'm building from scratch. (So, nothing on the hard drives).
What I've tried so far has not worked. I've basically been following this guide here:
I downloaded the windows 7 DVD/USB download tool and the ISO.
When I try to burn the ISO onto a DVD-R, it always fails at 99% and tells me it won't burn. I tried a couple different blank dvd's and a dvd rw, all failed. Then I read somewhere that on windows XP (which is what I am currently running) this will always fail.
So...how do I get a bootable copy of windows 7 so I can use my key?