Windows 8.1 with Bing - AKA CoreConnected, CCSL, and ProfessionalStudent OEM images

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by murphy78, Sep 15, 2014.

  1. Paradoxical P

    Paradoxical P MDL Novice

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    If I were to install Windows 8.1 with Bing and initiate a store update, would I be able to capture the IR5 ESD download URL?
     
  2. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    Maybe, but i don't think they bothered to create it
    Bing SKUs never had ESD files anyway, only leaked OEM images
     
  3. Paradoxical P

    Paradoxical P MDL Novice

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    Alright. As always, I appreciate the help!
     
  4. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    I'm already confident about my info, but let's see... :)

    what first post and what count exactly? :g:
     
  5. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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    #225 vanelle, Aug 7, 2017
    Last edited: Aug 8, 2017
    As you have already noted is counting by the use of the word 'Update X' total misleading.
    when you say 'IR4 is August (when Update 2 was released)' - this become nonsense

    you can count by 2 ways

    1. MSDN releases (ISO's) - this is the most used naming cheme on MDL and WWW
    IRM (dvd_27*) <- AKA RTM - DVD Label IRM_*
    IR1 (dvd_29*) <- AKA Update 1 (or RTM with Update Rollup) (or GDR) - DVD Label IR1_*
    IR3 (dvd_40*) <- AKA Update 2 - DVD Label IR3_*
    IR5 (dvd_60*) <- AKA Update 3 - DVD Label IR5_*

    2. count everything (but dont use the word update)
    IRM <- ISO (dvd_27*) - DVD Label IRM_*

    IR1 <- ISO (dvd_29*) General Distributet Release - DVD Label IR1_* = Store ESD
    Code:
    KB2883200, KB2894029, KB2894179

    IR2 <- refreshed Store ESD
    Code:
    KB2862152, KB2868626, KB2876331, KB2883200, KB2884101, KB2884846,
    KB2887595, KB2888505, KB2894029, KB2894179, KB2898514, KB2900986,
    KB2901101, KB2906956, KB2908174

    IR3
    <- ISO (dvd_40*) - DVD Label IR3_*
    Code:
    KB2919355, KB2919442, KB2932046, KB2937220, KB2937592, KB2938439,
    KB2938772, KB2939471, KB2949621

    IR4 <- refreshed Store ESD - August
    Code:
    KB2919355, KB2920189, KB2931358, KB2931366, KB2932046, KB2934018
    KB2937220, KB2937592, KB2938439, KB2938772, KB2939153, KB2939576
    KB2949621, KB2950153, KB2954879, KB2955164, KB2956575, KB2958262
    KB2958263, KB2959626, KB2961072, KB2962140, KB2962872, KB2964718
    KB2965142, KB2966407, KB2966870, KB2967162, KB2968599, KB2969817
    KB2971203, KB2971850, KB2972280, KB2973201, KB2974008, KB2975061
    KB2975719, KB2976978, KB2979582, KB2980654, KB2990532, KB2993651
    Embedded Lockdown Manager KB2959936

    IR5 <- ISO (dvd_60*) - DVD Label IR5_*
    Code:
    KB2932046, KB2934018, KB2937220, KB2937592, KB2938439, KB2938772
    KB2939153, KB2949621, KB2954879, KB2958262, KB2958263, KB2961072
    KB2962140, KB2965142, KB2965500, KB2966407, KB2967917, KB2968599
    KB2971203, KB2973351, KB2976627, KB2976978, KB2977629, KB2978002
    KB2978742, KB2981580, KB2987107, KB2989647, KB2998527, KB3001237
    KB3003057, KB3014442, Embedded Lockdown Manager KB2959936
    

    EDIT:
    - fix IRM 29* -> IR1 29* ...(thx abbodi1406 for the hint)
    - add KB (as far as i know)
     
  6. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    So Microsoft officially labels KB2919355 as Windows 8.1 Update, and we are not supposed to use it? :rolleyes:
    then a very few documents/articles later refer to it explicitly as Update 1

    try not to include the DVD media label into the "Update" equation
    they are two separate counts

    Media label: IRM, IR1... IR5
    Update terminology: KB2919355 (1), KB2975719 (2), KB3000850 (3)

    BTW, (dvd_29*) are IR1, not IRM, and they equal first Store ESD
     
  7. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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    thx for the hint, fixed #225
    add also KB*

    BTW your Update terminology is misleading
    KB2919355 (1) -> included in IR3 (and IR4)
    KB2975719 (2) -> included in IR4
    KB3000850 (3) is afaik out side from IRM, IR1... IR5 ;)
    It also contains patches that are not included in IR5
     
  8. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    It's Microsofts's, not mine (although not very explicitly)

    that's what i said from the beginning ;)

    KB3000850 is the reason for creating IR5 media, so it's included, dah!
     
  9. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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  10. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    Thank you for making my day

    have a nice one :)
     
  11. shaun55665

    shaun55665 MDL Novice

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    Just wanted to say thanks for the Win_with_Bing_8.1_32BIT_English_OEM.img link in the first post. I spent soooo many hours trying to fix my tablet without success until I found this and then BAM! Fixed! Will keep seeding this for years.
     
  12. Atenza

    Atenza MDL Junior Member

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    May I ask for the WIM file?
     
  13. matzhee

    matzhee MDL Novice

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    Hello guys! I'm new here

    will this run in a new laptop with windows 10 (pre installed) ?

    Windows 10 auto update and task scheduler always made my disk working in 100% which makes my laptop very slow.

    If yes? Can I place it in a usb stick and then boot from there?
     
  14. Eric Green

    Eric Green MDL Novice

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    Are you still seeding this? I'm finding no seeders, and I'm trying to download this to reinstall on my HP Stream 8. I currently have Windows 10 on it, but it is such a disaster, and it makes the tablet completely unusable. Also, I just want to say that I can't believe what a PITA it is to get this version of Windows 8.1.
     
  15. aaaaalex

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    Is there any links for the Spanish, non-Single Language edition? I have a Toshiba Laptop that had that, but its hard driive crashed and Windows 10 is too slow for it (it has a s**tty, dual-core Atom based CPU).

    Thanks
     
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  16. Eimel

    Eimel MDL Novice

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    first post in this forum, thank you so much for the updated link, and i hope it is reliable. downloading now and will try soon!
     
  17. aaaaalex

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    Nope, that's the Spanish Single Language, and I need the non-Single Language edition (I tried to activate it with the original key from the laptop, but Windows says it is from another edition of Windows).

    Can somebody help me? Thanks!
     
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  18. Eimel

    Eimel MDL Novice

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    Hello everyone, the link I have chosen before was Windows 8.1 with Bing. That is CoreConnected, am I right?
    I am finding for Windows 8.1 Single Language with Bing, that is CoreConnectedSingle Language.
    Problem is, the link above is for the Spanish version? or do I have to change the language using a script somewhere? Thanks.