W7 ult sp1 x86 sp1 eng untouched with hashes torrent request.

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  1. Evgeniy

    Evgeniy MDL Member

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    Hello can someone point me to untouched ultimate sp1 x86 eng torrent.
     
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    Could you please point me to direct link then with hashes to compare.
     
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    #5 TCM, Sep 12, 2011
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    Hashes: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/downloads /default.aspx?pv=36:350

    If someone asks for hashes I think "believe me" is not what they want to hear.
     
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    So true found it.
     
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    #7 urie, Sep 12, 2011
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    Yeah really good I could have pointed Evgeniy to MSDN what good is that to him ok he can see the file hashes but even the iso files are called by a different name and file hashes are not given on the Digital River links so at the end of the day he needs to download the ISO to check so your information means nothing. Do you not think if I had Digital River links with file hashes I would not have posted them. here is example of hashes from MSDN and digital river for windows 7 professional SP1 media refresh.

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    Filename          : X17-59183.iso
    MD5               : 0bff99c8310ba12a9136e3d23606f3d4
    SHA1              : d89937df3a9bc2ec1a1486195fd308cd3dade928
    CRC32             : e8c2ad67
    Full Path         : D:\RapidShare-Downloads\http_msft.digitalrivercontent.net_win_X17-59183.iso\X17-59183.iso
    Modified Time     : 13/06/2011 16:16:28
    Created Time      : 17/08/2011 13:32:28
    File Size         : 2,564,476,928
    File Version      : 
    Product Version   : 
    Identical         : 1
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    Filename          : en_windows_7_professional_with_sp1_vl_build_x86_dvd_u_677896.iso
    MD5               : 0bff99c8310ba12a9136e3d23606f3d4
    SHA1              : d89937df3a9bc2ec1a1486195fd308cd3dade928
    CRC32             : e8c2ad67
    Full Path         : E:\Windows OS Systems\Windows_7\Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1 Media Refresh (x86) - DVD (English) MSDN\en_windows_7_professional_with_sp1_vl_build_x86_dvd_u_677896.iso
    Modified Time     : 13/06/2011 18:19:11
    Created Time      : 13/06/2011 18:14:48
    File Size         : 2,564,476,928
    File Version      : 
    Product Version   : 
    Identical         : 1
    ==================================================
    As you can see the ISO file names are completely different but the file hashes are the same, do you honestly think as a moderator I would send a member to links that I knew where not untouched ISO files.....
     
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    Of course we both know that Digital River links are legit. Evgeniy's question tells me he might not think so. So he wanted peace of mind.

    Peace of mind includes downloading and hashing on your own box against a credible source. He was just missing that credible source and I gave it to him. All good.
     
  9. Evgeniy

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    Hehehehe i dl the en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x86_dvd_u_677460.is o and hashed with msdn.

    Thx.

    :)
     
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