According to MS, RTM has in fact been released

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  1. delweine

    delweine MDL Member

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    #1 delweine, Jul 14, 2009
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  2. stimey

    stimey MDL Member

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    Haha, gotta love MS. Those nay sayers are most likely just sock puppets for MS to spread some confusion, same goes for bloggers on ther MS payroll. It wouldnt surprise me if 7600.16384.090710.1945 is indeed the real proper rtm. Even build numbers don't mean anything, Vista rtm also didn't had an even build number.
     
  3. HSChronic

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    yeah if you read the post on the Windows team blog, they say that it won't RTM until all the language packs and all the behind the scenes stuff is done. So if you read between the lines then 7600 is probably the wave0 final, they just won't confirm until all the languages are done.
     
  4. BORODA

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    Great news! Hope there will be an official RTM leak shorty... Or may be our 16384 is rtm ;)
     
  5. delweine

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    the number "16384" likely indicates seconds, compile time.. also, 7600 IS THE GOLD CODE MILESTONE. now;

    16384 could very well be an internal debug/checkd build, and not the FINAL COMPILATION.. However, the final compile build HAS IN FACT BEEN RTM'd..

    what im saying is whether 16384, 385, 386, these are likely compile times in seconds..

    the fact that ms signed off 16384 DOES NOT MEAN its the actaul RTM exact copy, BUT IT IS THE GOLD CODE for certain.. so if you install this leak, be mindful it could be a debug/checkd build, which will slow your machine down a tad.

    again WINDOWS 7 has in fact officially been signed off and has gone RTM..
     
  6. GophaKyorselv

    GophaKyorselv MDL Novice

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    #6 GophaKyorselv, Jul 14, 2009
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    6.1.7600.16385.win7_rtm.090713-1255 was technically on that "morning" of 7/13... Perhaps subversion 16385 is the final RTM?

    LOL. No. They are subversions.

    Vista's final build, 6000, had 3 subversions. Interestingly, they're the same subversion numbers were looking at with Windows 7.
    6000.16384
    6000.16385
    6000.16386 went Final RTM
     
  7. HSChronic

    HSChronic MDL Expert

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    but.. but... MS says it is not so I have to believe them because they said my PC will get infected with malicious code and be used to build a bot net that is being used to build the worlds largest peanut butter cup. If MS posts it then it is obviously true, much like everything I read on the internet is credible. :D
     
  8. BORODA

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    So according to info that we have now 6.1.7600.16385.win7_rtm.090713-1255 should be the final RTM... Hope it will be leaked soon. I wan't to go on holidays with RTM on my laptop :D
     
  9. ipkonfig

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    Excellent news .. :)
     
  10. delweine

    delweine MDL Member

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    haha!!
    "subversions" you honestly really beleive this?

    that ms is interested in compiling builds to "SUBVERT US"?

    THEY HAVE MORE IMPORANT things to do.

    they are either compile times or the exact number of files contained...

    either way, ms could care less about "subversion"

    16384 85, 86, the SAME thing, same gold code.

    now go back and look at vista... the final rtm build AS RELEASED RTM.. not what build but the EXACT NUMBER WAS?
     
  11. juzz

    juzz MDL Member

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    yep. As far as I know build time is actually in the end of build number after the date:

    6.1.7600.16385.win7_rtm.090713-1255

    -> compiled 12:55
     
  12. BORODA

    BORODA MDL Novice

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    6.0.6000.16386. But i don't really remember the time of build.
     
  13. GophaKyorselv

    GophaKyorselv MDL Novice

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    You're an idiot. I hope not too many people take you seriously here.

    It's not to Subvert.

    It's Sub Version. Below Version. Not to subvert.
     
  14. delweine

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    yes i confirmed that by just sticking in my orginal vista retail disk...


    so id guess rtm here is the same 16386... regardless, its the same thing as what we have here, 16384, just either TIME IT TOOK IN SECONDS TO COMPILE, or number of files CONTAINED or even just they compile as standard 3 GOLD code builds to make sure the compilation is working correctly, and its like a TRIPLE CHECK..
     
  15. GophaKyorselv

    GophaKyorselv MDL Novice

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    Wzor.net will confirm the Sub Version Theory. It's not Build Time. It's not Seconds to Compile. It's not any of your Zany Theories.

    Quit looking like an idiot while you're (not too far) ahead.
     
  16. BORODA

    BORODA MDL Novice

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    I don't think so. Those are just a rebuilds, may be they noticed some translation errors etc... I think those 7600 builds all have "gold code" inside...
     
  17. delweine

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    then when and if you post again "novice" get it right the first time;

    your first post said in ONE WORD "SUBVERSION"

    NOW YOU GOT IT right;

    "sub version"

    if you properly used 2 words instead of one, no reply would of been warranted..
     
  18. GophaKyorselv

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    We 've already done this to death. Code is gold, assembly is not. In fact as mentioned in wzor.net 7600.16385 is just an updated driver pack.

    Auto-translated from Russian:
    "We can confirm that the assembly actually 6.1.7600.16385.090713-1255 opportunities, but at the moment the tag 16385 - this is just WDK, have left the system over the last 16384 tag that is itself a system with such a tag 7600.16385 - have not yet met ! may build happening right now.
    Prior to the signing of the (sign-off) RTM builds of the branch WIN7_RTM their tags can be changed with the advent of new assemblies. It is naive to believe that was the final release will be the first assembly in the final series of legislative assemblies 7600.WIN7_RTM. "