Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by colinzim, Aug 9, 2009.
Windows 7 RTM
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This is OEM or Retail VERSION? thanx
these are untouched ISOes?!
Oh Great!! I have Ultimate but will download Home Premium and Pro version too, hope links stay alive ...
I know you want the original untouched DVDs but just start out with the original untouched Ultimate and delete "ei.cfg" in the Sources folder and then you can choose which version to install when you boot the DVD.
nice guide thanks but how I can delete it from the compiled ISO?! with something like ISOBuster software? is it safe really?!!
Downloading Pro and Home basic versions ... also I need to Home Premium x64/x86!!! but where is it?!!
Thanks, very nice ...
Why download 2 versions when any version you download contains all?
because each ISO has a hash! also how to remove that cfg file from a compiled ISO?!
Don't bother to download from rs
here are the original isos, sha checks
Download 32-bit & 64-bit Windows 7 RTM Build 7600.16385 Original Untouched MSDN/TechNet Leaked Retail DVD ISO
Windows 7 Ultimate Final RTM OEM x86 and x64 English Original DVD ISO - These are the OEM images.
These are the untouched isos, the same on Technet and MSDN. No need to download again
open the iso with ultraiso and look in the "sources" folder on the dvd, you should find ei.cfg there. delete it or edit it.
Replace Ultimate with whatever version you like to be installed by default(Enterprise, Starter, Home Premium etc. - not so sure about the strings-google it)
If you delete it, you will be prompted what version you want to install
oh great thanks but if that is then why ISO hashes are 100% different? also I heard that if we modify the OS, Service packs wont install on it.
of course the hashes will be different if you delete ei.cfg or any other file from the iso. the hash will then change.
or what hash do you refer to?
you heard wrong about the service packs