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How to Fix Invalid ISO File Error in Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool
If you want to create a bootable USB or DVD from an ISO file of Windows 7, you might encounter an error message saying "The selected file is not a valid ISO file. Please select a valid ISO file and try again" when you use the official Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool. This error can be frustrating and prevent you from installing Windows 7 on your PC. In this article, we will show you how to fix this error using two different methods: one with a free software called ImgBurn, and another with a paid software called UltraISO.
Method 1: Using ImgBurn
ImgBurn is a free and powerful software that can create, burn, and verify image files. It can also convert various formats of image files to ISO files, which is what we need to do in order to fix the invalid ISO file error. Here are the steps to use ImgBurn:
Download ImgBurn from [here] and install it on your PC.
Launch ImgBurn and click on "Create image file from files/folders".
Drag and drop the ISO file that you want to fix to the ImgBurn window to add it to the source list.
Select a location to save the new ISO file by clicking the "Browse" button next to the "Destination" box.
Click on the "Options" tab on the right-side pane of ImgBurn and select the file system as "ISO9660 + Joliet + UDF" from the drop-down menu.
Click on the "Build" button to start creating the new ISO file. Click "Yes" when you see the confirmation dialog and click "Yes" again if you see the confirm Volume Label dialog box. Click "OK" when the process is done.
You can now use the new ISO file with the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool without any errors.
Method 2: Using UltraISO
UltraISO is a paid software that can create, edit, and convert image files. It can also fix the invalid ISO file error by changing the file system of the ISO file. Here are the steps to use UltraISO:
Download UltraISO from [here] and install it on your PC. You can use the trial version for this purpose, but it has some limitations such as not being able to handle large ISO files.
Launch UltraISO and click on "File" and then "Open" to browse and open the ISO file that you want to fix.
Click on "Bootable" and then "Write Disk Image" to open a new window.
Select your USB drive from the drop-down menu under "Disk Drive". Make sure that the "Write Method" is set to "USB-HDD+".
Click on "Write" to start writing the ISO file to your USB drive. Click "Yes" when you see the confirmation dialog and wait for the process to finish.
You can now use your USB drive as a bootable device to install Windows 7 on your PC.
The invalid ISO file error in Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool can be annoying and prevent you from creating a bootable USB or DVD from an ISO file of Windows 7. However, you can easily fix this error by using either ImgBurn or UltraISO software. Both methods are simple and effective, but ImgBurn is free while UltraISO is paid. You can choose whichever method suits your needs and preferences. We hope this article helped you solve this problem and install Windows 7 on your PC without any issues.