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    I tend to create USB boot disks these days using the Windows 7 USB Download tool. Only thing to remember is that you need to create a x86 boot disk on an x86 machine (or x64 on x64).

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    Quote Originally Posted by penfold View Post
    I tend to create USB boot disks these days using the Windows 7 USB Download tool
    You should try Rufus instead. It's much faster than Microsoft's USB Download Tool and will also create bootable flash drives that work properly on UEFI PCs.

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