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Jan Krohn

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  1. I've never been able to replicate that freezing bug, but every time I got feedback from users about the root cause, it was some third party "security" software that has made some changes to the system. There are two download links because Microsoft provides both of them. Should MS remove one of them in the future, then there's still the second one as a backup. That's why I'm including both.
  2. Just give it a complete rest of 24 hours. It's not my fault that MS has blocked you.
  3. Click on the "database" link bottom right. This is a collection of lots of random downloads, including VC++, .NET etc.
  4. Blocked by Microsoft for downloading too much. This is usually lifted after 24 hours. Most builds are identical. There are only 4 or 5 different ones for all Dell models.
  5. Thanks for the information. Will be removed in the next version. It's a shame. This is a good software, and I still use it for html and php editing.
  6. Yes it would. However, I can only add what's made available by Microsoft.
  7. If you can provide service tags, downloads can likely be included, if the models aren't too old and out of support.
  8. You can download them from here: Try Windows 10 Enterprise on Microsoft Evaluation Center
  9. From the FAQ... Q: I'm experiencing one of the following symptoms: After selecting a software version, everything grays out and freezes. I'm receiving the popup message "ERROR. Please check your internet connection." I'm receiving an error message in the status bar. A: This is your local connection issue, and can have a number of root causes: You have modified your HOSTS file. Please remove the following two lines. 0.0.0.0 aa.online-metrix.net 0.0.0.0 c.bing.com You have installed software that prevents scripts from modifying secure websites, such as certain adblockers, firewalls, privacy tools or similar security related software. You have disabled TLS 1.2 in your internet settings. You can enable it again in the control panel in the Internet Options category. In rare cases, starting the tool as administrator can resolve the issue. In rare cases, installing the latest Windows updates, or updating Internet Explorer or the .NET framework to the latest version can resolve the issue.
  10. Everything is working fine for me. What's the error message?
  11. It's an automated process. When you try to download, it creates a request. These requests are processed on a first-come first-served basis. There will be no difficulty getting this particular download once the requests for the various Windows 7 edition can no longer be fulfilled (probably by the end of the day). Office 2010 is always less requested, and therefore mostly served after Win 7 is all done. (If you don't want to wait that long, you can already grab the Office 2010 Home and Business download. As far as I know, it also accepts keys for the Professional edition.)
  12. Use the Office Removal Tool to remove all traces of previous Office installations: https://aka.ms/diag_officeuninstall
  13. The images for many of the Dell models are identical. There are only about 3 or 4 different images. I've never tried to find out about actual differences. It could be a good strategy to pick the latest image (by date), as it is likley to have the lastest updates and drivers.
  14. @Yaron The links are generated on a first-come first-served basis. I just checked the logs to find out when the Hebrew version usually unlocks, but sad to say, it hasn't managed to unlock for more than a year now. Competition to grab Windows 7 in one of the rarely requested languages is quite high. The best chance to get your download really is to try as often as possible, starting March 1, until no more links can be generated (usually around the 3rd or 4th day of the month). Also try the other Windows 7 editions (Home, Ultimate, COEM). You can easily convert the disc to Win 7 Pro. Alternatively, if you don't mind the Dell branding, you can download a multi-lingual Dell disc. There is no restriction on those downloads, and they work on all PC brands.
  15. @Yaron you'll have to wait for March 1. The Windows 7 downloads ar not going to be unlocked earlier.
  16. I've never tried making a bootable USB drive from the August 2018 refresh files. But you could try doing that with Rufus. In my experience that's the best tool to create bootable Windows media. If the August 2018 refresh file still doesn't work, you could try one of the newer Dell images. They work on other devices too.
  17. Hi, Unfortunately, the Office 2007 downloads were pulled by Microsoft. An old version of the downloader won't help. It would just give an error message when you choose Office 2007.
  18. My above hint should be sufficient to find the site that had been suggested by mooms. Also, the Office 2010 downloads will be back on 1 February, in less than 24 hours.
  19. Sorry I had to remove the link. Since it is unclear whether that site provides their downloads with or without permission, linking to it can cause very unpleasant issues. However, since the site does have the requested download indeed, let me help find the link through Google or similar means. It has something to do with the-eye, and is located in the EU.
  20. Thanks for reporting. This is a bug, and will be fixed in the next version.
  21. You can download the August 2018 refresh, or the Dell branded version. For the vanilla Win 7 SP1 version, you'll have to wait until February.
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