How to Convert Windows 7 folder to bootable ISO File [Solved]

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Can anybody help me in creating bootable an ISO file from a folder copied from Windows 7 installation DVD? Please help me my windows Dvd is not working properly and I am only left with copied windows installation files.

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Hi sanyamvikram,

Converting Windows 7 folder to bootable ISO file is pretty much easy. If you know the right steps to follow and have the right software to use.

Follow these steps and create your own iso file from the folder.

1. Download and install imgburn.
2. Click on create an image from files and folder
3. Now select the input files and output directory
4. Now make iso bootable
5. Click on start and your iso file will be created.

If you still face any problem, you can follow the original tutorial guide from the given link.

Original Source: https://www.buildsometech.com/2019/09/create-bootable-iso-folder-files.html

I hope it helps. :)

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Thank you kajal for sharing this thoughtful answer and detailed description. It really worked and thanks again.
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You can Create Bootable Windows ISO Image from Extracted Files:

Step 1: Download and install ImgBurn on the computer where you have all the installation files.

Step 2: Now in the source section, browse to the folder that contains all the Windows installation files.

Step 3: Here, select the option Make Image Bootable.