Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by xxMSIxx, Jul 18, 2009.
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wait for FINAL UNTOUCHED ISO
Yeah ! Wait for FINAL UNTOUCHED ISO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
just downloading for a rainy day......ya if its true
what is the difference between the untouched iso and the touched one?
Somebody has touched it!
No...the versions we've got here are originally not bootable, so WZor used (and others, too) the bootsector of an old build.
This may result to a different SHA1 checksum of the created iso! The OS itself should be the same!
any bad or adverse effects of installing this "touched" iso? i made it bootable by using cdimage.
Well even if 16385 was signed off, it doesn't means that the final build will have that number.
why it doesn't matter? if there is a new build number, can we continue using 385 or do we have to install 386? what about future updates?
they will NOT rename the build anymore...signed off is signed off....
for safety reasons i recommend everyone to reinstall any win7 with the RTM untouched iso, but normaly u could use the build leaked....
How about a copy of Server 2008 R2 16385
Latest build is getting windows update for my Nforce2 chipset. Too bad most of you are not old enough to know what I'm talking about
So AT LAST NV supports this chipset again ?
WOW ! After 5 or so years without support it's nice to see it back again.
The I'm gonna install Win7 on my sis rig
Great news and thanks.
nForce 2 isn't that old. It is less than 10 years old, so I don't know why you are acting like it is ancient. Windows XP is older than nForce 2.
HSChronic - I agree however NVidia threated it like it was ancient already and dropped all support for it a few years ago.
had one a long time ago with my Athlon XP I think it was Blazin fast AMD Athlon XP 1300+ or something like that.
Must be a generic microsoft driver not an Nvidia one.
Not true. I'm sitting next to my PC, ASUS A7N8X-deluxe!
Hey they will have to redo the code a bit anyways as the version we have now is time hard coded. The RTM will not have this. Once we get the real RTM, then we can start to look for cracks.