It doesn’t really matter what version of Windows you have, the best way to get your system working at its full speed and as issue free as possible is with a clean install of the operating system. Many small things can go wrong with your system over time which eventually will degrade performance and cause stability issues. Even with Windows 10, it’s recommended to clean install after upgrading so you are not transferring any problems from your old Windows install onto your new one.
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It’s relatively easy to get hold of a Windows 10 ISO image, burn it to DVD or write to USB and do a clean install. However, it’s more difficult to source official install media for older operating systems like Windows 7. Of course, there are many unofficial sources like torrent sites but most of the well best seeded files will have been cracked, tampered with or altered in some way. That makes it more difficult to verify safety and stability. Using a trusted source is always the preferable option.
The best way to guarantee you are getting a clean and untouched Windows ISO image is going directly to the source, which is Microsoft themselves. It used to be easy to download Windows 7 ISO images until they were all removed from Digital River after sales of Windows 7 were discontinued in 2014. Microsoft doesn’t even want ordinary consumers to download a Windows 10 ISO direct anymore and instead pushes you to use the Media Creation Tool.Thankfully there are ways around these obstacles and it’s possible to download Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 ISO images directly from Microsoft’s own servers, whether it’s through an officially recommended method or a workaround. Here we show you several ways to download the ISO you need so Windows can be installed cleanly and safely.
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Things to know about Windows ISO images and Reinstalling
- Your Windows license only allows you to reinstall the edition of Windows that you have a license for. If you have Windows 7 Home Premium, for example, you must install that same operating system again.
- You can switch between 32-bit and 64-bit as long as the Windows edition is the same. For example, you can replace Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit with Home Premium 64-bit.
- You do need a legal Windows license or the new install will be in trial mode. Windows 7 users will have a product key sticker. Windows 8.1 or 10 users will either have a separate key if Windows was purchased as a standalone product or the key will be embedded in the system BIOS. It will be read automatically on reinstall if your computer is from a manufacturer such as Dell or Lenovo etc. If you upgraded to Windows 10 for free the license is tied to the computer hardware and will reactivate automatically on reinstall without entering a key.
- If you are using Windows 7 with a computer purchased from a manufacturer and cannot read the product key on the sticker, it’s still possible to reinstall and activate without it. Read our article on backing up and restoring the Windows 7 license for help on what to do.
Download a Windows 10 ISO With the Media Creation Tool
There are a couple of ways in which you can download a Windows 10 ISO. One is the Microsoft Media Creation Tool which allows you to download a Windows ISO file, upgrade to Windows directly or download the installation files onto a flash drive so you can install from USB.
1. Download the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool and run it. Accept the license agreement, select “create installation media for another PC” and click Next.
2. The language, version and architecture type will be chosen that best matches the operating system you are running the tool on. To change these untick the recommended options box and chose what you want from the drop down menus. Click Next when done.
The “Windows 10” option in the Edition menu will include Home and Pro versions, so if you also choose Both in the Architecture menu you’ll get an all in one ISO image with 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 10 Home and Pro on the same disk.
3. Select “ISO file” to download an ISO image file and click Next. You’ll then be asked to supply a save location and filename. The files will then start to download.
Once complete you can open the DVD burner directly or click Finish and create the install media later. An all in one image with both 32-bit and 64-bit editions included will not fit on a single layer DVDR and you’ll have to use either a USB flash drive or dual layer DVDR. Once downloaded, you can burn the image to DVD, write it to USB or store the file for later use.
Download Windows 8.1 With the Media Creation Tool
There’s still a lot of users around that have Windows 8.1 installed and they might want to keep hold of it and not upgrade to Windows 10. After all, Windows 8.1 is supported until 2023. Windows 8.1 also has its own Media Creation Tool although this one has fewer options than the Windows 10 version.
1. Download the Windows 8.1 Media Creation Tool and run it. The first window offers the language, edition and architecture download options. Select from the drop down menus and click Next.
This tool offers Windows 8.1 and 8.1 Pro as separate downloads as well as 32-bit and 64-bit versions. The N versions are mainly intended for European markets and have media related features missing like Windows Media Player.
2. Choose “ISO file” and click Next. A file requester will ask for the save location and filename, after supplying that the download will begin.
The ISO images for windows 8.1 are from late 2014 and include the major autumn update.
Download a Windows 7 ISO From The Disc Images Page
The last official Windows 7 ISO is from 2011 which includes Service Pack 1 and a minor hotfix that fixes an install bug. There will be tons of updates after installation so creating an integrated ISO is also worth considering. The one official method left available requires you to enter your Windows 7 product key before downloading the image file.
1. Visit the Windows 7 Disc Images page at Microsoft.
2. Enter your 25 character product key into the box and click Verify. If the key is accepted you will be able to download a Windows 7 ISO that corresponds to the license key you entered. Select the required language and a 32-bit or 64-bit version then download the file.
Important Note: This page has a massive problem because it only accepts retail license keys which you get only when purchasing a full boxed copy of Windows 7. If your computer is pre-built from a manufacturer such as Dell or HP your key will be of the OEM type which cannot be used. The same also applies to volume licenses and system builder OEM versions. This restriction excludes most Windows 7 users from downloading an ISO image from the only official source available.
Third Party Methods To Download Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 From Microsoft
Ever since Microsoft removed Windows ISOs from Digital River it’s been more difficult to find a clean and untouched image. Thankfully, there are ways in which you can get to the ISOs on Microsoft’s own servers using other means. Here a selection of easy ways to do it.
Adguard.net Techbench Download Page
Adguard is a Russian website (not related to the ad blocker) that releases custom ISOs for Windows. They also have a separate page which is a simple frontend allowing you download Windows ISO images from the Microsoft servers. This is an easy and quick way to get access to all Windows downloads at Microsoft without using hacks or separate third party tools.
Simply visit the page and in the drop down menus select the Windows version, then the edition, then finally the language. After a few seconds, the download links will appear to the right with 32-bit and 64-bit versions if both are available. Also displayed are SHA1 checksums for the download so you can check the ISO file integrity once downloaded.
Besides Windows 7, 8.1 and various versions of Windows 10, the Adguard Techbench page also offers ISO downloads for Office 2007 and 2010. The TechBench Dump link at the bottom of the page offers all available ISO download links on a single page. The middle button top left also does the same but shows checksums and has direct links for quicker access.
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Techbench Dump is another easy to use way of downloading Windows ISOs, this is based on a Github script. It does the same thing as the Adguard site but with a different layout. With this page, you click on the button for which Windows (or Office) you want to download, select the version (Home, Pro etc) on the following page, then the language on the next page.
Finally, you will come to a page with download buttons for 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the ISO. There’s also a set of direct links so you can quickly redownload the image from Microsoft servers without going through the steps again. Another very clean and efficient method to get the ISOs you need.
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Heidoc Windows and Office ISO Download Tool
Heidoc is a website that has been hosting ways to get ISO images from Microsoft for a number of years. They also have a dedicated tool which is able to download not only Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 ISOs but also ISOs for Office 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 (also 2011 for Mac). The tool is kept updated so any potential problems should get fixed quite quickly.
Run the program, select what you want on the right and the main window will show a copy of the Microsoft Windows 10 ISO download page, but with the specific ISO file code injected. Select the edition from the drop down and click Confirm, select the language and click Confirm. Finally, click the button to download the 32-bit or 64-bit version. The Office 2013/2016 downloads are slightly different because they open and download the file in your browser.
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Universal Windows Downloader
This little 22KB tool is by nummerok, who like Adguard, is associated with WZT. With it, you can download Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 ISOs, as well as Office 2007 and 2010 images. Sadly, Universal Windows Downloader has not been updated since mid 2016. That means it does not currently include downloads for Windows 10 Anniversary Update or previews/final release of the Creators Update. Everything else, such as Windows 7 or 8.1, is up to date.
All you have to do is find the Windows version you want from the Product drop down and select the language from the other drop down. Then the x64 and x86 download buttons or a single button will become available depending on what version of Windows is selected. Like the other methods here, the file will then download from software-download.microsoft.com.
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Note: There’s another Windows ISO downloading tool around that was released in early 2017, called MSDN Downloader. The program looks nice and is quite intuitive with a built in hash checker. The problem is it pulls all of its ISO images from a Russian server and not from Microsoft. The files may or may not be identical to the originals and you are free to use it if you can find it, but please be aware the files are not coming from Microsoft’s servers.
Verify The SHA1 Checksum of Your Windows ISO
All Windows ISOs are over 2GB in size so it’s wise to check that the download is not corrupt. You can do this by comparing the SHA1 checksum of the downloaded ISO with the checksum from Microsoft. If they don’t match there is a problem with the file. Rather than searching Microsoft’s MSDN pages looking for the correct checksum, it’s easier to use the Adguard download page or its database list (middle button top left).
If you don’t already have a hash checker handy, we have a list of 10 File Integrity checking tools so you can download one of those. Then verify both SHA1 checksums match.
For your convenience, we’ve listed some English language SHA1 checksums for ISOs downloaded from the Windows 10 download page and third party methods above. The Media Creation Tool ISOs for Windows 8.1 and 10 will not be the same though and will not match these checksums.
Windows 7 Starter SP1 32-bit
Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 32-bit
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 32-bit
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
Windows 7 Professional SP1 32-bit
Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 32-bit
Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
Windows 8.1 and Pro (Autumn 2014 update) 32-bit
Windows 8.1 and Pro (Autumn 2014 update) 64-bit
Windows 8.1 and Pro (Autumn 2014 update) 32-bit (English International)
Windows 8.1 and Pro (Autumn 2014 update) 64-bit (English International)
Windows 10 Home and Pro (Anniversary update) 32-bit
Windows 10 Home and Pro (Anniversary update) 64-bit
Windows 10 Home and Pro (Anniversary update) 32-bit (English International)
Windows 10 Home and Pro (Anniversary update) 64-bit (English International)
If any the checksum you want isn’t listed, you can still find it using the Adguard database if required.
Unlocking Windows 7 Versions From a Single ISO
Many users will know that each Windows 7 ISO contains all other available versions, except for Enterprise. For instance, the Home Premium ISO also contains Starter, Home Basic, Professional and Ultimate, but they are hidden from view. To unlock the extra versions all you need to do is remove the ei.cfg file from the image.
A simple way to do this is using a small program called the ei.cfg Removal Utility which tells the file system of the disc to ignore the file. This is a handy and quick method because opening the file, deleting it and then resaving the ISO is not required, the process here is near instantaneous. Below is a Home Premium 32-bit install disk with ei.cfg removed.
All you have to do is run the ei.cfg Removal Utility and locate the downloaded Windows 7 ISO, a small window will pop up to say the file is removed, running the tool again will restore the ei.cfg. Using this method means you can save time and bandwidth and get all Windows 7 consumer editions by downloading a single Windows 7 ISO file instead of four or five.
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Iv a dell inspirion 1545 on wind 7 but got 2nd hand so wanted re-install wind 7 but no disk and am a beginer using the internet ,How do i no whitch i want use ? How do i download coz at the min the windows help keeps popping up wen i click open ? Or is there a way of downloading to my iphone then getting it on iv a 32b dellReply
The script works fine but when I choose language and confirm, show me this error:
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Sir I am confused between Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 and Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 COEM. What is coem? Which one you will recommend to download from your given website- adguard.net. Thank You.Reply
There’s very little or no difference between the two and both should work equally as well, but to avoid any unforeseen issues, use the non COEM version.Reply
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SHA1 generated for windows 8.1 pro downloaded from media creation tool is not the same as the one that u provided, whats the diffrence ?
and does windows 8.1 pro downloaded from media creation tool contain latest major update ( update 3 ) ?
The article clearly states: “The Media Creation Tool ISOs for Windows 8.1 and 10 will not be the same though and will not match these checksums.”Reply
thanks for the quick reply ray, one last question if u allow me,
whats the diffrence between windows 8.1 from media creation tool and techbench ?
and does windows 8.1 pro from media creation tool include update 3 ?
I don’t think there are many differences between the two if any. The media creation tool version installs from a .ESD file where the normal ISO installs from a standard .WIM file, that’s why the checksums don’t match.
Both have the latest major update from late 2014, I think that is classed as “update 3”.Reply
thank you so much, by the way i figured out the diffrence, the iso from techbench is 4.02gb where media creation tool give us 3.27gb iso its because iso from techbench contain pro+core version, in the other hand media creation tool give separate iso for core and pro ( i think you mentioned that in your article i just didnt notice) i hope this will help others too, thanks again.
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Hal, can you provide me sha-1 checksum of Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB ISO Eng?Reply
Now the MSDN site requires login to even view SHA-1 hashes :(Reply
There are several checksums because there are several ISO releases, your best bet is to Google it and go through the list of available checksums.Reply
Thanks for this and for the exhaustive articleReply
Can anyone confirm that downloading Windows 7 Pro using this technique *DOES NOT* work anymore?Reply
If you want Win 7 Pro English, then that is technically correct. However, the Heidoc tool is able to download Win 7 Home Premium English, so you can get that and unlock the Pro version on the ISO as mentioned in the article.Reply
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Just to point out none of the ISOs coming from that program come from Microsoft servers, so download the files at your own risk.Reply
Using Heidoc Windows and Office ISO Download Tool for windows 10 iso, how do I get ” the specific ISO file code injected” since its not on a browser? Or if its already applied then how to I get to choose between Home and Pro when getting the windows 10 iso?Reply
That’s telling you how the tool works, you don’t have to do anything. You simply choose which version of Windows you want on the right and choose the version of Windows 10 you want from the drop down menu in the program where it says “select edition”.Reply
I understand how it works, after you click on your select edition….the iso’s are different builds of home/pro. Is there a way to choose home or pro on that iso, from my install memory I don’t think there is a choice when installing.Reply
For the third day I received this message (and a Kitten drawing).
Oh, something went wrong.
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If this does not work, please contact the Site administration: adguard
Please tell me what to do?Reply
forget it. sites such as Adguard and techbench dump are no longer working.
best bet is to use the latest version of the Windows ISO download tool from Heidoc.Reply
Thank You ;)Reply
There used to be a different method of downloading Windows ISO’s here. It involved copy & pasting some js into a Microsoft webpage. Is that method no longer a fix? Or am I missing it somehow?Reply
Doh! Found it. Never mind (sorry).Reply
Thanks RAY, for this wonderful article, i can’t think anything easier !Reply
I don’t find Win7 Home Basic x64Reply
For some reason Microsoft does not host a Home Basic 64-bit ISO but you can still download a HP/Pro/Ultimate ISO and use the ei.cfg removal method to get the Home Basic x64 version.Reply
The product key you entered appears to be for software pre-installed by the device manufacturer.
the product key is valid, if used to install windows 7 professional x64
The slimey bastards just won’t allow you to download what YOU OWN, whether it was preinstalled or not, you still have a valid working product key, which should be more than enough to download a genuine copy of windows from the source, ie microsoft.
And they wonder why they are targetted all the time. This is not about who owns what, because it’s established i own the key and it cost microdickheads nothing to give me a digital download….yet it is ironic, windows 10 is completely free if you download the enterprise edition. after the trial you can keep on using it, nothing gets locked off…yet try to get software you should already own by having the key they tell you to do one.
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There already is a better OS than Windows, and it is Totally Free for everyone, and includes loads of free open source software. LINUX !! there are hundreds of special editions as well. I recommend Ubuntu for 1st timers, loads of software, support options and Forums for troubleshooting. :)
(and you can run lots of SteamPowered Games as well)
There are many reasons why Linux has not taken off, it’s had plenty of chances…;)Reply
Brilliant! Thank you SO MUCH.
I needed an ISO for Windows 7 for my laptop. I had a legit key but could not download the ISO from the Microsoft site. This worked a treat.
Thank you so much again.Reply
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Downloaded w7 ISO easily, just wondering if you do a reinstall with one of these, it will not be considered genuine and will not be activated unless you have a product key?Reply
Like with every Windows 7 install disc, you need a genuine product key to activate it. That can be a key from a sticker or if your computer was made by the likes of Dell or HP, you can backup the OEM key before reinstalling.
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Thanks for the reply. Amazing site btw, a lot of great information. One more question. My windows is activated and i have a product ID: with the OEM in the 20 digit code, but i’m almost 100% sure my windows is not genuine, i think i got the CD from someone a long time ago… So can i reuse that ID with the guide you posted?Reply
Thank for the nice words :)
No, you can’t use a Product ID number to activate Windows, only a legit Product key. If you use our Windows 7 OEM License Installer from the link I provided earlier, it will tell you if your license is an OEM type from a major manufacturer. You don’t have to do anything just launch the program and it will tell you.Reply
It said… You are using:
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
OEM Information in the Bios
Does that mean the copy i have can be used on a new machine (building a new pc)? My current PC was not prebuilt it was also assembled by me, i just don’t remember where i got the Windows Disk. I’m a bit confused since it’s activated, but i don’t have a Product key.
Sorry for bothering you :)
If it says Dell, you either have a Dell motherboard or someone has flashed your BIOS with Dell information to activate it.
If you use our tool after reinstall it should reactivate your Windows with a Dell license.
BEWARE, if you are running a Windows crack such as Daz loader, the tool will pick up that as the Daz tool emulates the BIOS. If that is the case your computer will not activate after reinstall.
Fantastic post. I have downloaded Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 (Brazilian Portuguese) and it worked for me (04/01/2017).Reply
Brilliant article and resource.
Just got a clean W7 32 bits thanks to you!
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Win7 Ultimate SP1 ISO is d/ling now, thank you very much….!Reply
No, the Windows 7 ISO only has updates as far as Service Pack 1 which was 2010. Downloading and installing KB3020369 and the Rollup update KB3125574 will save a lot of time during updating though.Reply
Great tutorial! I wanted a Win 7 SP1 ISO for a clean install instead of an OEM recovery. On a geek scale from 1-10, I’m maybe a 3. Everything I need know, in terms I can understand, and steps I can actually perform. I was able to create an all consumer editions bootable DVD. Solutions (or a link) to everything I needed to do from start to finish. Far more than I hoped to find in a single source. THANK YOU!Reply
Amazing article, thank you so much.Reply
This still works flawlessly as of 30 October 2016. At least with the 8.1 ISOs. Thanks a lot.Reply
This really is a superb article. Many thanks. It got me out of a hole as I needed to install a Win7-32bit Home Premium on a new hard disk for a friend’s laptop whose disk had corrupted horribly and which was unrecoverable. All he had was the Licence Key and no restore disk or anything.
The procedure you describe worked a treat, and thanks for having the forethought to provide the SHA1 checksums for the various ISO files downloaded. Microsoft seem to have taken that page down for some reason.
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Thanks! working perfect!
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Microsoft seems to be watching when we download the ISO’s for Win 7 and 8.1 from the Win 10 download page. It seems to me that it would be a good idea to use a proxy to hide your IP address and to use a computer which does not have any MS products installed. (I would be very surprised if MS does not include spyware whenever one of their products is installed so that they can identify the computer .)
While downloading the two versions of 7 and 8.1 (a total of four ISO’s) I received an E-mail from MS saying that they have detected “something unusual about a recent sign-in” to my account, even though I had not logged in to any MS account recently. The E-mail from MS included my IP address and a link to log in to Live.com to view information about the “unusual” activity. It took many rounds of account verification and entering codes before it would finally let me log in to Live.com, and when I checked to see the unusual activity there was no additional information.
My conclusion is that by sending the E-mail, MS was really saying: “We know who you are and what you are doing.” I am not concerned about them knowing I have the ISO’s because I have no intent to use them for anything other than reinstalling software on systems that originally came with the products. But since there are few companies more slimy and sneaky than MS, I am concerned that they might do something like block access to their web site or product updates. Before this I had never thought I would have a need to use a proxy to hide my identity.
My downloads continued and the SHA1 checksums verified correctly. I did have trouble getting to the pages that had the links to download 7 and 8.1. Usually the web site would hang on the white page that says: “Validating your request. This may take a few minutes”….Reply
In my opinion a “something unusual about a recent sign in” is not related to downloading ISO files in the slightest. There is actually nothing illegal or dodgy at all about downloading ISO files directly from Microsoft’s own website, even though you are using a small hack to get them.
I’ve had occasional emails like you mention long before downloading ISO files from that page and it could be due to a number of reasons including someone else trying to log into your account, which happens from time to time when hackers are running scripts on the Microsoft servers. The timing is unfortunate but they are not related, I’m 100% convinced of that.Reply
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Since the time I search a clean version of win7, problem solved in few seconds (except the downlading ;) )
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what edition of Windows Vista do you have, prassri?
No free upgrades from Vista to Win7 are available.
Although Hewlett-Packard [HP] did have some free Windows 7 upgrade offers for qualified desktop & laptop computers for a limited time when Windows 7 was first released but it’s way too late for that now.
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Are these ISO files free of the windows spy/telemetry updates? Or do we have to surgically remove all that telemetry that Microsoft has slathered on these operating systems lately?Reply
It depends which Windows you want, Windows 10’s ISO will have all the telemetry included as it’s built into the OS from the beginning. For Windows 8.1 and 7 the extra telemetry was added in updates over the last year or so, the ISO’s won’t have the telemetry but the updates you install will so will have to be careful when updating.
Microsoft don’t make full telemetry and no telemetry ISOs…;)
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Haha that non-JS method is just hilarious. Let’s hope they’ll never stuff that hole. Although by tomorrow, I’ll probably have burnt 10 copies (just to make sure…) of Windows 7 updated as much as possible to use for my offline machine for years to come.Reply
This is really, really great info.
I was able to download Windows 7 SP1 Home Edition to reinstall in my system, just in case I need it.
Shame to Microsoft to dont provide easy ways to download past versions of his OS.
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Thank you Raymond! You are the best as always ;)Reply
Great resource in case your hard drive breaks and your computer didn’t include a rescue disk.Reply
Thank you, I have also been facing this issue after misplacing my vanilla dvd’s…
Also thank you for detailing the pitfalls of torrent AIO ISOs, all one has to do is install one in a VM and have a peek with TCP View or Curr Ports and watch it calling home to mother Russia…
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This is very good information, however, mostly I need OEM ISOs to reinstall corrupt systems. The full WZor script has Windows 7 “COEM” and Windows 7 “COEM GGK”. What is the difference between these? Are these different from “OEM”? I cannot find any information on this.
Which would reinstall a PC by Dell, HP, Acer, etc on a replacement hard drive that would allow the key code to be accepted?
There are three key codes. First there is an OEM code that can be found with Magic Jelly Bean. Next, in Magic Jelly Bean there is a “match to CD Key data CD Key:” Third, there is a key code on the label on the side of the PC.
Which ISOs, if any, will match which of these key codes? Microsoft makes this very confusing. If you can you shed some light on this, it would be very helpful?Reply
The COEM ones are commercial OEM versions which are not required and only meant for major companies. COEM GGK is the same but includes the Get Genuine Kit which helps end users purchase a genuine Windows license. As these are not required for general users we left them out of the modified script.
The standard Windows 7 downloads will cover almost everything including retail and OEM so you can use the key from the sticker. The only thing they do not cover is the OEM pre installed keys, which if the computer was purchased from HP, Dell etc will be the key you find in Magic Jellybean and is different to the one on the sticker.
To reuse the OEM key requires extra steps, you can read about that here:
Thank you so much. Let me see if I understand this correctly.
If the hard drive is toast and the sticker on the side is unreadable, I can do this:
* Download the x32 or x64 Windows 7 ISO, as needed, per this article.
* Run the ei.cfg Removal Utility to unlock the versions.
* Burn the ISO to a DVD or USB stick.
* Replace the bad hard drive with a new one.
* Install the correct Windows 7 version.
* Do not enter a product key when prompted.
* Download the Windows 7 OEM License Installer
* Run the installer and click “Install Cert & Key”
* This will reactivate the OEM key from the BIOS and
will properly Activate with this downloaded Windows 7 ISO version.
That is quite correct, I have done similar many times. Just make sure the Windows 7 OEM License Installer tool supports the manufacturer of the computer you are using it on (Dell, HP, Lenovo etc).Reply
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Thanks mate, much appreciated. I have checked the SHA sums and they are the same as the “refresh” media that was released a while back (last year) I’ve already got two USB Flash drives for Universal install. I remember creating them ages ago and yes, I did use ei.cfg to remove the limitation, so now I’ve got x86 & x64 Super fast SUB Install. Have used WinUSB or WinToFlash.Reply
Finally manage to download using flashget… tq for the articleReply
Amp the page waiting for resources to download. That was awesome!Reply
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- Official ISO / Key
- Windows 10/7/XP
- Latest Release
- 15 May 2014
- File Size
- 1GB / 964MB (32-bit)
- Provided By
- Microsoft Inc.
Office 2013 Professional Plus ISO Free Download Overview
For decades Microsoft Office has remained the best productive suite for business, after the initial release following Office 2003, Office 2007 and Office 2010. The latest Office 2013 Professional Plus ISO Free Download applications are facilitating the corporate professionals, students and business users with all new functionality. Office 2013 is first touch enabled office release from Microsoft to accompanied by Windows 8. Now save documents on Skydrive for free due to deep integration of Office 2013 with Microsoft cloud services.
MS Office 2013 Professional Plus Features
Office 2013 come with new application interface, based on Metro, the interface of Windows Phone and Windows 8.
Office Professional Plus 2013 includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher, and Lync. Download and install full-featured software for a 60-day trial period.
For more information and detailed features of Office 2013 visit Microsoft Office Store.
Microsoft Office 2013 Edition Comparison
Microsoft released five editions of Office 2013. All editions contain Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote (licensed for use on one PC).
Home & Student: This retail suite includes the core applications Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
Home & Business: This retail suite includes the core applications plus Outlook.
Standard: This suite, volume license, includes the core applications plus Outlook and Publisher.
Professional: This retail suite includes the core applications plus Outlook, Publisher and Access.
Professional Plus: This suite, volume license, includes the core applications plus Outlook, Publisher, Access, InfoPath and Lync.
How To Install MS Office 2013 Professional Plus ISO
After you successfully download Office 2013 iso file. Save it on your PC. Follow this tutorial which tells How to install MS Office 2013 from ISO Image. Let us know if you face any issues during Office 2013 Professional Plus ISO Free Download or installation.
Office 2013 Professional Plus Product Key
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