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Windows 7: Does anyone have the MD5Sum of the windows 7 install iso?

16 Sep 2010   #1
reluttr

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Does anyone have the MD5Sum of the windows 7 install iso?

Remember when Microsoft had that offer to where you could get windows 7 home premium or windows 7 pro for 30$ if you was a student? Well when you bought this you was offered to purchase a backup dvd or just unpack the iso to a usb drive using a usb extractor tool Microsoft made. Well I purchased the back up dvd, and installed from usb drive.

Well I have decided my system is in need of a reinstall... but for w/e reason teh flash drive refuses to work... and the backup dvd has these odd foggy patches on it from being in the envelope for so long. So I searched around in my email "and the web" and managed for find what I believe was the original download link Microsoft sent me "its hosted on digital river, so I am 99.9% sure its the correct link". So I downloaded the iso "about 3.0 GB" through Firefox, and I am unsure of the quality of the ISO. So if someone could post the MD5SUM of the Windows 7 Pro x64 iso, I would be very grateful.

Also if possible please post the MD5SUM of the other available iso's "Home Premium 32 bit, Home Premium 64 bit, Pro 32 bit", this could serve as a good reference to others trying to recover their install drive.

On a side note, I wish Microsoft had a easier system to order key less replacement install dvd's, or at least a easy way to download the iso for the usb install. You just shouldn't have to go through a blog to get the official download links to something you purchased.


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16 Sep 2010   #2
smarteyeball

 
 

These are the RTM .iso from Technet:

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