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Windows 7: Link to ISO for Windows 7 home premium 64 bits SP1


20 Oct 2011   #1

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Link to ISO for Windows 7 home premium 64 bits SP1

Hi could please someone point me out a trusted page where I can download an ISo for Windows 7 home premium 64 bits SP1, I have tried already in many pages but it seems I always get the wrong file.

I own a laptop with serial code but no cds at all and I am plannig to reinstall.

Thanks

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20 Oct 2011   #2
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We're not allowed to link to ISO downloads for Windows 7, but you can search Google for Official Windows 7 ISO downloads to find a safe one.

Follow these steps to get a Perfect OEM reinstall: Reinstalling Windows 7
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21 Oct 2011   #3

windows 7 home premium 64
 
 

Well, I have downloaded the iso and I know that I can use windows 7 to burn it to the cd, but I have 3 cds of 700mb, what is the right way to burn it in case one cd is not enough to brand it?

Could someone point me a tutorial?

I have windows 7 home premium 64 bits systeem

Kubuntu is also installed and I want to erase everything and start from scratch

Do I need extra software to make partition?, if yes what freeware can I use to do this
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21 Oct 2011   #4

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by etphonehome View Post
Well, I have downloaded the iso and I know that I can use windows 7 to burn it to the cd, but I have 3 cds of 700mb, what is the right way to burn it in case one cd is not enough to brand it?

Could someone point me a tutorial?

I have windows 7 home premium 64 bits systeem

Kubuntu is also installed and I want to erase everything and start from scratch

Do I need extra software to make partition?, if yes what freeware can I use to do this
use a tool like imgburn to burn the iso to a rewritable DVD when you have the right ISO which is going to be more like 3.09gb in size ?

keep you ISO and your data safe in a fresh partition created using partition wizard which is free for home users
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21 Oct 2011   #5

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by etphonehome View Post
Well, I have downloaded the iso and I know that I can use windows 7 to burn it to the cd, but I have 3 cds of 700mb, what is the right way to burn it in case one cd is not enough to brand it?

Could someone point me a tutorial?

I have windows 7 home premium 64 bits systeem

Kubuntu is also installed and I want to erase everything and start from scratch

Do I need extra software to make partition?, if yes what freeware can I use to do this
You will need a DVD, not CD's.
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21 Oct 2011   #6
Microsoft MVP

 

It's best to back up your data externally, so you can boot the installer and use Custom install Drive Options to delete all partitions, create new ones as you wish then format before install following the illustrated steps shown here: Clean Install Windows 7

I gave you the steps earlier to get a perfect reinstall of factory OEM: Reinstalling Windows 7
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 Link to ISO for Windows 7 home premium 64 bits SP1




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