Win 7 SP1 iso from Digital River?

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  1. Barfo

    Barfo Lifer

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    I bought a Windows 7 Pro license with the student discount some time ago from Digital River. Obviously, the disk image I downloaded then had no SP1, I'm going to reformat this week and was wondering if Digital River has an updated Win 7 image with SP1?
     
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  3. spinejam

    spinejam Diamond Member

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    I'm not sure re: Digital River offering SP1 downloads.

    You can use http://www.rt7lite.com/ and slipstream SP1 / rebuild your own dvd. It's easy and works great! (use v2.60 beta for SP1 slipstream_ability) :)
     
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    ImDonly1 Platinum Member

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    There isn't one made yet.
     
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    chucky2 Diamond Member

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    Use a torrent, works awesome, that's what I've done for Vista and now 7. It's not like you're stealing, you legally own Windows 7...

    Chuck
     
  6. Barfo

    Barfo Lifer

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    Yeah I've slipstreamed the service pack to my original windows iso. I just need to wait until Firefox 4 is released so everything is nice and tidy when I install.

    If it came from a reputable source I would, but I don't trust torrented software (except Linux), especially an OS.