Using the Dell OS Recovery Tool to Download a Windows 7 Pro ISO




Creating a Bootable USB using the Dell OS Recovery Tool. Written guide available here:

Downloading a Dell Windows 7 Professional ISO Using the Dell OS Recovery Tool and Making a Bootable USB

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8 comments on “Using the Dell OS Recovery Tool to Download a Windows 7 Pro ISO

In windows 10, where is the location of the iso file, i did't find in the same path in the video

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Looks like the scenario with ordering a Dell machine with Windows 7 Pro is coming back to haunt me. I did not want Windows 8.1 at the time and insisted on Windows 7 Pro. When the system arrive it only had a Reinstallation disk for Windows 8.1. I asked about it when i bought the XPS 8700, but I got some gibberish/nonsense response. So now I'm really want some sort of bootable Windows 7 Pro ISO to make a bootable USB for recovery just in case the system crashes and I find your video. I downloaded the Dell OS Recovery tool and ran it. The UI on the program has changed. When i used the Service Tag for my computer it tried to make a Windows 8.1 bootable USB. Basically, this tool does not support a scenario in which Dell has sold their computers! Oh god, does that mean my recovery partition is also Windows 8.1 instead of Windows 7 Pro? I want a Windows 7 Pro bootable USB. What do i do?

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hola intento poner el TAG que está atrás de mi laptop pero no aparece, quiero saber que puedo hacer.. si usar el mismo código que haz colocado en el vídeo y descargar el iso para el mío o ¿tiene que ser exactamente el mismo?
mi laptop es Vostro 3450 Dell

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Can i do the same for any other edition of dell windows

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System model does not matter in the heidoc downloader? Even if the model I have does not appear?

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Do you have an idea why the software isn't work for me? I put the service tag or express service code and get the message: "There are not any OS images for the product".

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please… windows 7 x 32bits? for dell opttiplex 7050?

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