This is a continuation of Creating Windows 10 Boot Media for a Lenovo Thinkpad T410 Using Only a Mac and a Linux Machine . I figured out that Windows 10 isn't supported on the Lenovo Thinkpad T410, so I decided to focus on getting Windows 7 running on it, which is what it came with. I know it's a security risk, but I figured it'd be okay if I locked down the firewall, installed a virus scanner, and limited the apps installed on the machine. There's nothing on this laptop that we can't afford to lose. Remember, one of my challenges was that the laptop doesn't have a CDROM drive, and I didn't have any installation media at all. I just had a Mac to work with. Attempt 24: I bought a license key from g2a.com . I was hoping to download an ISO either from them or from Microsoft . It turns out Microsoft wouldn't let me download the ISO since it was an OEM license. I also bought a copy of McAfee AntiVirus Plus at the same time. I never
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