You'll likely get an error message on your first boot. You'll need to enter the BIOS to set up your PC.
First, enter into the standard CMOS features
Verify that all of your drives are present and check to make sure the PC recognises all of your memory.
In the advanced BIOS features section, select the CD-ROM drive to boot first. This will read your Windows 7 setup disc.
Insert your boot disc and then prepare to restart your system.
Save your changes, exit the BIOS and restart.
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