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Default 12-07-2009, 07:49 PM

I have never seen a Windows 7 ISO (or real disc for that matter) that contains both 32 and 64-bit versions. Dell doesn't make one (it's one or the other), and Microsoft retail packaging includes each build on a separate disc. I'd be wary.

As for "throwing it on a USB stick", you have to prepare the USB stick and make it bootable before you copy the files to it. Easiest way (IMO) is to use diskpart under Windows 7/Vista.


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