1) Download and install ImgBurn:ImgBurn is a utility that can be used to create a bootable installation DVD from a specified source or to create an .ISO file from a specified source and later use the .ISO file to create a bootable installation DVD. http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download
2) Start ImgBurn and click on the ‘Write files/folders to disc’ option.
3) Click on the ‘Options’ tab and select the option shown in the screen shot. Warning: Do not select the ‘Preserve Full Pathnames’ or the ‘Include Archive Files Only’ options. Set the ‘File System’ to UDF.
4) Select the Source, use the Browse option: Navigate to C:\ESD\Windows\ Click on the ‘Windows’ subfolder and click on the ‘Select Folder’ button.
5) Select a Destination, which should default to your DVD burner: Note: The ‘Verify’ option should be checked.
6) Click on the ‘Advanced’ tab, click on the ‘Bootable Disc’ tab and place a checkmark in ‘Make Image Bootable’ option. Emulation should be set to ‘None’.
Next you need set the 'Boot Image' field to point to the 'etfsboot.com' file which is located in the C:\ESD\Windows\boot\ folder. Click on this file and then click on the ‘Open’ button.
In the Developer ID field enter: Microsoft Corporation. Finally change the ‘Sectors To Load’ value from 4 to 8.
Next, click on the ‘Restrictions’ tab and set the ‘Folder/File Name Length’ to ‘Level X – 219 characters’. Place check marks in the following: Allow more than 8 directories, Allow more than 255 Characters In Path, Allow files Without Extensions and Don’t Add -1 Version Number To Files’.
If you have not already done so, insert a blank high quality DVD+R media. Now select the ‘Device’ tab and set the ‘Write Speed’ to either 2 or 4x.