Well, if you are lazy and don’t want to burn Windows 7 on a DVD before you install it or if your DVD drive is not working probably, you might want to install Windows 7 from a virtual drive. This is a short tutorial that will explain you how to do it!
In my case, my S-ATA ports are seriously damaged, because whenever I insert a disk into my DVD drive the PC will freeze.
So, I had to find a solution without burning a DVD:
Download Virtual CloneDrive
Virtual CloneDrive is one of the best tools to mount an image. There are plenty of others like PowerISO and Daemon Tools. Download one of them.
Mount & Install Windows 7 ISO
After installing it, a new option will appear in your context menu whenever you right-click on a .ISO file:
Click on “Mount (Virtual CloneDrive)”
Next, you should right-click on the virtual drive that just appeared:
Now you can install Windows 7 by simply following the instructions on your screen. Voilà, you are about to install it Windows 7 and you didn’t even burn a DVD !