I just clicked on one to start the download, and it appears to save as a .iso file. All you do then is burn it to disc as a image using a free tool such as ImgBurn or CDBurnerXP, and voila! You have a bootable Windows 7 installation disc.
Ok, I think it is fine, I did a google search and found out that iso files are sometimes looked at as zip files in windows. It saves winzip but when I click on properties it also says .iso. Based on what I read I think I am fine. I am going to just try and burn it like you said. Will this also have the drivers and such that I need or will I need to go out and find those?
Thanks for your help.