Windows 7 Professional SP1 (32 bit and 64 bit ISOs)
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- 2020-06-16 20:41:53
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Subject: windows 7 ultimate product keys
Subject: Product Key
Subject: Please seed! Don't hit and run!!
Subject: Works well.
Subject: Works great!!!
Subject: Still active
I'll seed for some time too.
edit: it took approx. 25 minutes lol
Subject: i have not tryed this but is i bootable
Subject: I do use this for virtual computer and use it to repair my windows 7 laptop
Subject: Best Windows version ever
Subject: product key
Subject: Very good copy
Subject: product key
Subject: I loved it!
Subject: Very good for games
Subject: What is the product key?
Subject: Ignore Easiphbraclu‘s link previous
Subject: IS bootable, but you will need to modify ISO for drivers
So I only tried the 64-bit version, as that's what I'm in need of, and I can say it appears to be legitimate. If you make sure to create a BOOTABLE flash-drive, following either of these instructions:
Power ISO: https://poweriso.com/tutorials/how-to-make-win7-bootable-usb-drive.htm
Then you should see it load-up on your system as a Windows 7 installer.
However, if you are installing this in a brand-new hard drive, you might run into trouble. Windows 7 service pack 1 did NOT ship with USB 3.0 support... so like me, you're (probably) going to find yourself sitting at the Install Screen that says "Choose your preferred Language," and neither your keyboard or usb mouse will work - even if they're wired.
I have looked into a variety of workarounds, some people suggest to "disable USB 3.0 mode in BIOS by switching to USB 2.0 compatibility mode [or legacy USB 2.0]), and others say you have to modify the ISO file. I'm going to be attempting the latter since by the end of this, I will be having a tri-boot system, and don't want to mess anything up for the other OS'.
Here are two sources for, and two ways of, modifying the drivers on the ISO - one is through command-line, another is through faking a C:\ directory WIM mount.
Command line: http://woshub.com/adding-usb-3-0-controller-drivers-to-windows-7-install-media/
I'll try to report back if this thing lets me edit my posts. Good Luck! (If I manage to get a working ISO out of this which is inclusive of USB 3.0 support, I may re-upload this somewhere else and link to it in a separate comment.
Nobody ever said Windows 7 die-hards were gonna go-down easy!!!)
Subject: WTF ?
Subject: Fuck that bitch
Subject: Does not work with my PC.
Also tried to boot in while inside windows 10(using setup.exe) but then it restarts and then stucks at the loading screen(Starting Windows) of windows 7.
Subject: Perfect Iso
Subject: Worked perfect
Subject: Nice for a VM!
Subject: MEME (awesome iso)
MY BRAIN: oh f i think i have windows 10 lets tell myself to try it on a old pc
ME: lets use windows 10 on 512 mb ram with 1 core procesor
Subject: You want 32-bit or SP1, you can't have both.
Subject: TITLE IS INCORRECT
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