Using Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool
Before using the tool, you will have to purchase the Windows 7 ISO Download from the Microsoft store and download it to your hard drive. This is what you will be making a copy of.
The Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool is by far one of the most user friendly, easiest applications to work with. To start, go ahead and launch the application by using the desktop shortcut, or navigating to it using the path: Start > All Programs > Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool.
Upon startup, the first screen will simply ask you to choose an ISO file. Click the Browse button and navigate to your Windows 7 ISO file that you want to copy. After you have done that, click the Next button.
The next step, step 2/4, prompts you to choose a media type. For this tutorial, you should pick DVD. However, you can pick USB device just as easily, if you wish to backup Windows 7 to a USB flash drive instead. Click the Next button to proceed.
Step 3/4 prompts you to ready your media. If you are using a DVD, make sure that you insert it into your computer's DVD drive. If you decided to copy to a flash drive, connect it to an available USB port on your computer. After you have done that, click the Begin copying button.
Upon doing so, Windows will copy Windows 7 and burn it to the DVD disc, or transfer it to flash drive, depending on the option that you chose. After it completes, you will have a fully usable backup copy of Windows 7.