Follow the instructions at the link I provided - it'll tell you how to make recovery media out of the ISO file and a free program (the Media Creation Tool)
You download the appropriate version of the tool and run it - it will take you through the steps to create the media that you need.
As for how to use Fedora - I really don't have a clue (but I know it's possible).
I like to use a Windows based program with a file explorer like program to recover data. This is one of those programs: http://www.livecd.com/
Regardless if it's Fedora or the Windows based program - you have to burn an ISO to a disk using a program that will place the files in the correct place on the disk.
The instructions for each one will likely include suggestions for burning ISO files properly (at work we use Roxio, UltraISO and ImgBurn - but there are many other free programs out there)
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