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Windows 7: Any way to learn a Windows DVD or ISO version before installing?

12 Jun 2011   #1

Any way to learn a Windows DVD or ISO version before installing?

Is there any way to learn a Windows DVD version before install?
For example I have two Windows 7 ISO's and one of them SP1 slipstream but I don't know which one. (Of course I can understand it from ISO's size but I wonder is there any specific way )

Thank you

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12 Jun 2011   #2

Windows 7 Pro X64 SP1

You could mount the .iso using a utility. (I use MagicISO.)

7Zip (freeware, open source) opens .iso files.
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13 Jun 2011   #3


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bobkn View Post
You could mount the .iso using a utility. (I use MagicISO.)

7Zip (freeware, open source) opens .iso files.
Of course I can, but which file will say me this is with SP1 or without SP1?
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26 Mar 2017   #4

Win10 Pro64bit
Yes, there is!

1. Mount your Windows ISO installer.
2. Open terminal with Administrative rights and type:
dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:E:\sources\install.wim /index:1
  • Substitute the letter 'E' with the actual letter Drive.
  • Change Index to 1, 2, 3, as example, for Windows Ultimate to appear details of one specified Windows version.
  • Without "/index:" show all versions of Windows in a ISO.
Tested on Windows 10 pro 64 bits.

I'm newbie on this command,
I now this it's a old post,
My English it's not perfect.
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