Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by riahc3, Feb 11, 2016.
Ive seen the sticky and some links are dead or languages are missing.
Any updated list?
Deaf, dumb, and blind...
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Is it multilanguage?
It sounds like you haven't actually tried it yet.
So these ISO's actually contains Home, Professional, Ultimate. But we need to use The ei.cfg removal utility to gain access to them. Am I right?
yes,or manually remove the ei.cfg using ultraiso (or similar program), or if you make a usb bootable installation media.Then you can simply delete the ei.cfg from the usb drive.
One last thing I want to clarify for now. Is it legal to download a copy of Windows 7 from a Digital River / TechNet / TechBench to use personally and for my friends and maybe in a PC/Laptop repair center?
* I don't have a account in any of it.
of course it is legal to download them. You don't pay for the software, you pay for the key. So if your key is legal, the file is free.
What is the difference between "Windows 7 SP1" and "Windows 7 SP1 COEM"? Does the first stand for RTM and the second for VL?
I've read somewhere else on the board they are the same. The characters OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) don't point to me at VL (Volume License).
Some googling explained this to me: COEM = Commercial Original Equipment Manufacturer
VL iso's have burned in gvlk ready for kms activation, and some missing features compared to retail/oem iso's. There is no "Add Features" wizard ... no media center, no anytime upgrade option, ...
I really don't know why people download vl iso's, since Professional can easily be switched among retail, oem, and volume licensing just by changing the key.
because ppl are lazy & not reading
I was explaining the COEM suffix to lele_87 and that there is no difference in build between rtm and coem.
Indeed, but you did not mention how vl iso's differ from the others.
I realize that the vl iso's may not show up on TechBench or Digital River, but I have read posts from some people who seem to think that they need to download a special Pro-VL iso if they want to use mtk or kmspico, which they do not. The rtm or coem will work just as well.
That's true but please qoute the original question
I also see many people who think they need the VL iso's to use with kmspico and mtk (for kmspico i know for sure it works with all 7 pro/ent iso's, for mtk never tested, only on 10 home retail and that worked).