You burn the ISO to DVD or to usb flash card (4.4GB+)
Copy the ISO to your disk and try using that to write the ISO to (another) USB device.
Instructions for the Air: https://support.apple.com/kb/HT4407
download a free iso burning program for Mac (we used SimplyBurns Mac). That program runs you through the necessary steps to properly burn the iso file you need.
After doing so, Bootcamp recognized the installation file and everything worked as it should.
SimplyBurns is a Mac OS X application with a GUI, which allows the user to burn CD / DVD media.
- Emphasis on ease of use
- Audio CD project, Data project (Filesystems: ISO9660, Joliet, HFS+, UDF) and Burn image mode
- Erasing rewritable media
Here's instructions on burning an ISO with Disk Utility:
And this thread on burning a Windows DVD in OSX:
(Summary: you can use Disk Utility to burn the ISO, but choose a slow burn speed)
create a Windows support software (drivers) CD or USB storage media
The Boot Camp Assistant can burn Boot Camp software (drivers) to a DVD or copy it to a USB storage device, such as a flash drive or hard drive. These are the only media you can use to install Boot Camp software.
- Installation Guide Instructions for all features and settings.
- Boot Camp 4.0 FAQ Get answers to commonly asked Boot Camp questions.
- Windows 7 FAQ Answers to commonly asked Windows 7 questions.
I'm sorry but because of my bad english I can't understand you propely..
First, I download the ISO,
Then, I burn the ISO on a DVD (with simplyburns ? i burned the ISO before on a 4.7 GB DVD with toast titanium),
After, I copy the ISO to a flash USB disk ?
When I launch boot camp i can't choose a lot of things, the only two options are downloading the softwares which support windows and the other is downloading Windows 7. (i burned the softwares on a CD)
Finally, what functions from SimplyBurns should I use ? Create an ISO or Burn an ISO ?
Sorry, i'm really lost, but thanks a lot for spending some minutes for me (I hope you'll understand me )