Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by torko26, Jan 14, 2011.
thank you very much
M$ dont make a AIO.
Yes my bad.Someone got overly exited over a homemade aio
does anyone know where i can find a windows 7 sp1 64 bit iso from technet? i dont want a torrent or .rar just a iso
yeah, buy a technet account, login and download from technet
oh you want to get it without a torrent or from file hosting service or paying for it? then you're going to have to find a "friend" with an account
you know, there's a tool called hash check and md5sum right? if you're paranoid about something you download from an "untrusted" source, then you compared the checksums against the ones from MS... it can't get anymore simple than that!
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and it's still not the same as the MSDN/technet ISOs... and it will NEVER be
there will still be a mess of files that can't be cleaned up
slipstreaming Vista/7 discs is not like 2000/XP
all i am asking for is windows 7 home premium sp1 intergrated iso from fileserve?
make your own, as stated in the other threads
most people don't care about the lesser editions of windows here so they're not going to spend their time on it
just download the ultimate version and modify the ei.cfg using either the edition changer tool or by hand
That would require some reading AND learning.
Yes 1000 page e-book you have to read and understand to perform this enourmously complex task.
Now that we know everything there is to know about Windows 7 SP1, can we start discussing Windows 7 SP2? It is probably too early to start a thread on this, and I should probably leave it to experts here to do it.
As others have posted out, SP2 is being developed even before SP1 was being finalised. SP2 should be released next year. Perhaps, can we rely on WZOR / Zuko to leak SP2 end of this year?
is it better to upgrade from windows 7 RTM to sp1 or do a clean install with sp1 intergrated and what are the reasons why? i guess the reason why i ask is because i did the first method upgrading from RTM and wondering is it worth it to do intergrated instead? will i notice any diffrence?
burley, probably not. Unless you've been very sloppy for the (up to) 1.5 years that you've had your Win7 installation, have it loaded down with junk that you don't use, seldom if ever maintain it, or have identified a problem that you can't solve, then I wouldn't bother.
to be honest, either way is fine, pending a couple of issues.
the whole fresh install nonsense and fast boot is all pending on what ends up getting installed, and a properly defragged and boot optimised system won't have much difference either way.
its probably not worth reformatting than oh well will wait for sp2 before i do that
I think it's pretty simple - if you have problems with .exe installed SP1 and you know (or believe) those problems are caused by separately installing SP1, then by all means - no one is holding you back.
Me personally - i always install final version of the SP with a clean install from an MS created ISO.Just to be on the safe side.Never had any problems.
i did a clean install of windows 7 RTM than upgraded to sp1 and had no problems.. although it would have been quicker to do the intergrated method because it takes only 15 mins versus the 1.5 hours it took me to install windows 7 and sp1 seperate. thats the only benefit i can see.
Yeah.OS install is much less of a pain these days than it used to be,The main timewasters are installing apps and setting up your app settings.Even with silent installs and autoimport settings via commandline like i have it takes much time.