I got a new laptop for christmas , and someone broke the windows 7 CD. The real problem, however, is that I have to leave for a trip in two days, and I'd want to set it up so I can bring it with me. So I looked up ways to make a disc myself,got the ISO from microsoft and tried making two USB's bootable with it using https://www.microsof...d-download-tool. I couldn't get any of them to boot.(Yes, I did switch off Safeboot in BIOS and turned on CMS, but with no avail ). Now, what I want to ask is if I could burn a lightweight version of linux on a 700MB CD-R and get windows from there, how I could do it, and if it has any downsides, Thank you in advance!
Edited by resu, 25 December 2015 - 12:16 PM.