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    Iso images for win 7 with SP1 from official Microsoft downloads.

    Below is a link to site to get official downloads of win7 ISO with SP1 for all versions of win7 32/64 bit. Saves all the laborious work needed to slipstream SP1.
    These are supported downloads from Microsoft so will need genuine activation codes.

    http://techdows.com/2011/07/download...oad-links.html

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    This link has appeared in 2 other threads as well. Be advised I was having problems connecting with IE9 to the actual download. With Chrome I connected but the download was VERY slow. I suspect the servers are being used quite hard with many downloads.

    It also appears that these downloads are similar to the retail DVDs in that the file contains all versions and your key will unlock the correct version for your PC (I downloaded the Ultimate 64 Bit and Home Premium 64 Bit and they were the EXACT same size)
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    See How to install any version of WIndows 7 for information to install any SKU from an installation DVD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeP517 View Post
    See How to install any version of WIndows 7 for information to install any SKU from an installation DVD.

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    This link is a bit old talks of version 7068 year 2009. Latest version 7601 now so this link not viable.

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    Yes, it is. The technique remains the same.

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    Just for informational purposes, to burn the iso file to disc, simply right click on the file and choose Burn to disk. That's all it took. Very easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Myers View Post
    This link has appeared in 2 other threads as well. Be advised I was having problems connecting with IE9 to the actual download. With Chrome I connected but the download was VERY slow. I suspect the servers are being used quite hard with many downloads.
    Possibly (probably?) with the links being published here their servers got hammered.

    I have waited a couple of days to see if there was any negative feedback regarding these downloads and as there was none, decided to download HPx64 SP1. It is quite merrily downloading at 1.5MB/s so the initial rush may be over

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    That's what I figured as well. All the different links all seem to point toward the same Digital River servers, so my guess is they got VERY busy. The download with Chrome was very slow. I could not even connect with IE9. I burned the iso to disk as described above. Went quite fast. With validation only took 10 to 15 minutes. (don't recall where I put my key so used SIW to locate key on my PC)
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    Do the ISO Win 7 files posted earlier in this forum from this site have SP1 installed with the OS? Thanks
    http://codesagar.com/content/guides/win7download.html

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    Yes, the iso files are Win 7 with SP1 already slipstreamed into them.
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