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Windows 7: Missing files or corrupt ISO

08 Sep 2009   #11
Crypto

Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kris View Post
OK I am downloading 2 more. Is there a way I can check the downloads? Like I know there is a Hash checker, but what is it? And is there something better than PowerISO to use as an ISO burner, maybe something with lower speeds??? Thanks in advace

Hash Check is the best way to check if your donloaded ISO has the same and Only things in the Original ISO
If you you know how to find the hashes , then compare it with the relevent edition that you have in here(clcik "Details")
Subscriber Downloads | Search and download thousands of Microsoft products and get Product Keys

So if your hashes matches with the relevent hash thats in the MSDN site, then youcan be sure that you have the exact same thing.

If you are already in Windows 7, use its own ISO image burning tool.
You can use Magic ISO, Nero, Alcohol etc.


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08 Sep 2009   #12
Kris

Windows 7 Starter
 
 

I'm not in windows 7, trying to install ultimate crashed my OS. Therefore I'm asking for best results, which one do I use? I'm not really good at hash sniffing, but I guess I'll search around on how to do it. And also, I have seen where telling the ISO burner to verify the completed contents helps to know if the burn was successful. Thanks for your help.
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08 Sep 2009   #13
Crypto

Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kris View Post
I'm not in windows 7, trying to install ultimate crashed my OS. Therefore I'm asking for best results, which one do I use? I'm not really good at hash sniffing, but I guess I'll search around on how to do it. And also, I have seen where telling the ISO burner to verify the completed contents helps to know if the burn was successful. Thanks for your help.
Install Hashtab . Go to Properties of the downloaded ISO, then you will see a hash tab, check the hash, compare it with this, (these hashes are for Windows 7 Ultimate RTM build 7600)

64bit
SHA1: 326327CC2FF9F05379F5058C41BE6BC5E004BAA7ISO/CRC: 1F1257CA

32bit
SHA1: 5395DC4B38F7BDB1E005FF414DEEDFDB16DBF610ISO/CRC: C1C20F76


If they match, then you are ok,

Use Nero, Its simple, and you can verify the content easily when you setup the burning options.



Or check this http://blogs.zdnet.com/hardware/?p=3317 How to Burn and verify using ImgBurn
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10 Sep 2009   #14
Kris

Windows 7 Starter
 
 

So what should the hashes be for x86 build 7100? This is what I got:
CRC32: EC7135F9
MD5: 0EAA2B9867B2DC7278009FE518A78005
SHA-1: 0D9A34ECFF1514570193C23BD5CE5205C8CA257E
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10 Sep 2009   #15
chuckr

XP_Pro, W7_7201, W7RC.vhd, SciLinux5.3, Fedora12, Fedora9_2x, OpenSolaris_09-06
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kris View Post
So what should the hashes be for x86 build 7100? This is what I got:
CRC32: EC7135F9
MD5: 0EAA2B9867B2DC7278009FE518A78005
SHA-1: 0D9A34ECFF1514570193C23BD5CE5205C8CA257E
For my copy of:
7100.0.090421-1700_x86fre_client_en-us_retail_ultimate-grc1culfrer_en_dvd.iso

I get:
CRC32: E8A1C394
MD5: 8867C13330F56A93944BCD46DCD73590
SHA-1: 7D1F486CA569EFFFFB719CFB48355BB7BF499712

and for:
7100.0.090421-1700_x64fre_client_en-us_retail_ultimate-grc1culxfrer_en_dvd.iso

I get:
CRC32: 58FB2BE0
MD5: 98341AF35655137966E382C4FEAA282D
SHA-1: FC867FE1AB2E0A9796F9E4D155B44EA6998F4874

using HashTab v3.0.0
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