I created a bootable USB from windows 7 dvd using software WinToFlash. But now i have lost the dvd :( so i need to make iso from bootable USB to safely store windows setup on hdd.
Please suggest any way to do so.
I just downloaed for the first time this iso creator program and used it to create a iso of a Linux I have on a USB and it created an iso that I can only assume will work if it burn it to cd ,I just don't have a cd to try it on.i use win8 to mount the iso and it showed all the files and folders that were on the usb ,good luck
@mayank.dyl..You can use any iso maker software program for the purpose. Plug in the bootable USB and open the iso making software. Browse the USB and start the process. If you have Nero, it would be more easy for you. Just browse the USB and copy whole data on systemj and start burning into .iso image file.
I just burnt the content of the iso file ,Im using win8 so it burns iso file to disk and will also mount the iso, ,no need to use third party software ,what I did notice was that threr was an extra file in the iso after making it not sure what it was for but I left it there assuming it wouldn't hurt
and if it doesn't work I could always make you a DVD copy of win7 and send it to you,as long as it was a retail disk and not OEM .or you could borrow one from someone ,keep in mindit needs to be same version