El Capitan create Windows 7 bootable iso

Coal03

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 2, 2015
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I am both a new user to this site, and not exactly the most competent person when it comes to this kind of stuff.. So excuse me if I do not understand something completely or step on any toes here:)

I am attempting to make a bootable DVD of Windows 7 (64 bit) so that I can install it on my late 2011 Mac. I have searched everywhere and nothing seems to work so far. I have the iso on my desktop but every time I burn it to a dvd Bootcamp says there is no installer disk.
I'm running Os x 10.11 (El Capitan) so I dont know of any workarounds to just use a USB to boot from but if anybody knows of any I am more than willing to try!

In all honesty I do not know much about any of this, I'm kind of learning as I go, but I am at a loss of how to do this because nothing seems to work. Thanks for any help!

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Shirasaki

macrumors G4
May 16, 2015
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From screenshot, your iso has been mounted successfully.
Does this iso image an upgrade image, not full installer?
 

leman

macrumors G4
Oct 14, 2008
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Bootcamp assistant will make it for you. Furthermore, 10.11 can install Windows without the need of a bootable DVD or USB — an ISO file is enough.
 

Riwam

macrumors 65816
Jan 7, 2014
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Basel, Switzerland
I am both a new user to this site, and not exactly the most competent person when it comes to this kind of stuff.. So excuse me if I do not understand something completely or step on any toes here:)

I am attempting to make a bootable DVD of Windows 7 (64 bit) so that I can install it on my late 2011 Mac. I have searched everywhere and nothing seems to work so far. I have the iso on my desktop but every time I burn it to a dvd Bootcamp says there is no installer disk.
I'm running Os x 10.11 (El Capitan) so I dont know of any workarounds to just use a USB to boot from but if anybody knows of any I am more than willing to try!

In all honesty I do not know much about any of this, I'm kind of learning as I go, but I am at a loss of how to do this because nothing seems to work. Thanks for any help!

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Welcome to the Macrumors Forum. :D
You will find many users without deep knowledge (I am one ;)) so no need to worry about it.
However there are many people willing to help others just for the sake of helping:)
In many cases their hints actually solve problems.
I hope you solve soon your Windows 7 problem.
Good luck!
Ed
 
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