Windows 7 Build 7068 x86 32bit Ultimate Rapidshare

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  1. stallion

    stallion MDL Novice

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  2. skyer

    skyer MDL Novice

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    Thank you for every bit of it!

    Mohsen
    :)
     
  3. dabackwoodboy

    dabackwoodboy MDL Novice

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    NON of the keys are working for me
     
  4. isd503

    isd503 MDL Novice

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    Thank you!

    Thank you again for putting these files on RapidShare. Can you please confirm the expiry date, and is this the English or Russian version of build 7068?
     
  5. stallion

    stallion MDL Novice

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    Hi!
    thisnis the english version, expires 02.03.2010.
     
  6. rirf

    rirf MDL Novice

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    7068 x86

    cheers buddy
     
  7. Geoffrey84

    Geoffrey84 MDL Novice

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    Windows 7 x86 Build 7068

    Hi

    Thanks for having uploaded the ISO file to Rapid Share. I went ahead and installed the operating system but noted that there are two computers listed on my network, one being my own and another unknown computer named "Vampier". I've never seen this before...does this mean the installation file has been modified to include a trojan? :eek:

    Salut
     
  8. Jvelo7892

    Jvelo7892 MDL Junior Member

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    hmm.. i dont know about this then, dont want another trojan >_>
     
  9. Geoffrey84

    Geoffrey84 MDL Novice

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    Windows 7 Build 7068 x86 Rapidshare

    I went ahead and did another clean install of both PCs on the home network to make sure the second one wasn't infected. But my Windows 7 Build 7068 laptop is still showing an additional computer on the network entitled "Vampier", so I disabled network discovery as well as the remote registry service just to be on the safe side. A full scan using Windows Defender revealed no viruses or trojans. If no one else is experiencing this anomaly then it's probably a problem on my side and I'll keep an eye on it.

    Salut