Can I burn a copy disk using windows 7 product key

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Can I burn a copy disk using windows 7 product key?

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  • TomLiotta
    Welcome to ITKE. Can you clarify your question? What does "using windows 7 product key" have to do with burning a disk? Are you asking if you can create a new Windows 7 product install disk that includes your Win7 product key as part of the disk? -- Tom
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  • bhannah
    I am not sure what you are asking here?  If you are talking about creating a new image file of the CD / DVD, then yes, this can be done.  After downloading and saving the CD / DVD stored in .ISO format, it is possible make multiple copies of this CD / DVD.  They will all have the same unique CD / DVD identifier code. You will still need a valid license key to unlock them.
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