Windows 7 ISO Corrupted?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by AnimeFrostyFreak671, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. AnimeFrostyFreak671

    AnimeFrostyFreak671 MDL Junior Member

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  2. iHacker

    iHacker MDL Novice

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    that version you downloaded has been integrated, and it looks like he made it 'unattended'.

    you should download a clean/untouched version.

    you can get it here

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    i think i may have misunderstood your question:
    what are you trying to do, that the install is not doing?
     
  3. AnimeFrostyFreak671

    AnimeFrostyFreak671 MDL Junior Member

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    @IHacker
    sorry if you misunderstood my question
    I meant like if you reinstall windows 7 and it doesnt show the screen where to choose custom or upgrade install and it also doesn't show the product key screen does that mean it's tampered with or something?
     
  4. vrosa

    vrosa MDL Member

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    :eek: It seems you got a wired unattended installer.
     
  5. jjjhs

    jjjhs MDL Novice

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    #5 jjjhs, Feb 25, 2011
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    From the torrent page: "Windows 7 Home Premium x86 (32 Bit) All Windows Updates Integrated Up Too September 2010."

    So yes you have an altered copy, and it sounds as if yours has an unattended file. Get a new one from here, these are unaltered from what MS publishes, it doesn't seem as if you have any problem getting it from torrent: wzor.net

    It's in Russian, click "CLIENT'S-SERVER'S "ENGLISH"" at the top and search for 7601.17514.101119-1850_x86fre_client_en-us_Retail_HomePremium-GRMCHPFRER_EN_DVD.iso
     
  6. Kouryu

    Kouryu MDL Senior Member

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    even if that disc works, why bother with it
    download the integrated SP1 MSDN ISOs here! it'll be newer than that home made crap anyway... something you should NEVER trust to begin with because you have no true way of knowing whether it's clean or not, unless you did it yourself!

    make sure you use quality media to burn the disc also, or crappy drives won't read the disc right and you'll get "unable to find file" errors with the installer