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Was wondering if you can add the Dell 7 Professional Multi-Lingual Skylake Reinstallation .iso to the Windows ISO Downloader?

In the meantime one can use the Dell OS Recovery Tool to Download a Windows 7 Pro OEM .iso:

http://www.dell.com/support/home/uk/en/ukbsdt1/drivers/osiso/recoverytool/

This Tool can be ran on a non-Dell system provided that a Dell Service Tag is input. There seems to be no limitations on how many times a Service Tag is input:

  • 5KR9DC2 - Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit
  • 7GXLCS1 - Windows 7 Pro 32 Bit

This is a multi-lingual .iso so can be used for all languages and with some minor workarounds can be used for all OEM and Retail Licenses.

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The Windows 7 Pro Edition has been updated until January 2016 and unlike Microsoft's 2010 .iso contains IE11, USB 3 drivers and Storage Controller drivers for up to 6th generation Intel Skylake Systems but only for the Pro Edition making it far superior to Microsoft's 2010 Installation Media. 

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preinstalled-skylake-updates

The .iso Installation .iso checksums are here:

  • G13K9_PW4KGA00_W7SP1PRO64_ROW(DL).iso (7,404,138 KB):

    • MD5: d363f535afae79139fe8632702613ffb

    • SHA1: f52615d64ebe9b7c7aeb754746356bc3a052c415

    • SHA256: 2bfa2ebbee84804c8e643bf829644e6c5ef373e63bdeae3a6ac927d371f4c0d0

  • MT5KY_N6N9GA00_W7SP1PRO32_ROW(DL).iso (5,715,252 KB):
    • MD5: 488ae6c2a7e587e87c12101fde083458

    • SHA1: c36a77d3dbbe1d248a04a496e2f88ab268ff6ce9

    • SHA256: b33b6b5a5c98ad33729741b2f2fe4c74bc7a8677f7c13d0c4966fd9ae5ed2c14

Full Details of the Dell Skylake .iso and the necessary workarounds required for all OEM and Retail licenses are available here:

http://dellwindowsreinstallationguide.com/download-dell-skylake-windows-7/

 

 

 

 

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Unfortunately I don't. I think getting Windows 7 Pro 32 Bit preinstalled on a Skylake system via Downgrade rights was extremely rare so very few service tags will have that .iso. There are rumours it exists (I can't find the site which mentioned it I think somewhere in mydigitallife) and I think there might be a Windows 7 Home Premium .iso also but trying to find details about it.

 

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Okay so I have a list of Service Tags and they essentially have 3 Downloads...

2DF4FA00_W10x64ROW_pro(DL)_v3.iso (6,687,824 KB) otherwise known as the Dell Windows 10 Professional 64 Bit 10586 (TH2) Recovery Drive .iso:

  • MD5: 55e87e9226cc9976e90057fd97be32fd
  • SHA1: 3d1e231bd417c5c3b8264925e2b949dda9859644
  • SHA256: 0d77d4b01029f8d57521dce669c8734fde7f77227c0ef33a85ef866e1e2c0d49

9663HA00_W10x64ROW_home(DL)_v3.iso (6,675,846 KB) otherwise known as the Dell Windows 10 Home 64 Bit 10586 (TH2) Recovery Drive .iso:

  • MD5: a957adfce491131aa4667ed185d0fe00
  • SHA1: 4bd8822997919da4b80a55933958b731675e4773
  • SHA256: 63c040fc748f1a9bdd889004e3c6b7a828ba525c6f594f453968448c3e8c22ac

G13K9_PW4KGA00_W7SP1PRO64_ROW(DL).iso (7,404,138 KB) otherwise known as the Dell Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit Multi-Language January 2016 Skylake .iso

  • MD5: d363f535afae79139fe8632702613ffb
  • SHA1: f52615d64ebe9b7c7aeb754746356bc3a052c415
  • SHA256: 2bfa2ebbee84804c8e643bf829644e6c5ef373e63bdeae3a6ac927d371f4c0d0

This was available in the past (for US Service Tags) but looks to be superseded in all cases for the multi-lingual one:

WGC5Y_2FR1DA00_W7SP1PRO64_ENG.iso (4,662,522 KB) otherwise known as the Dell Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English Only January 2016 Skylake .iso

  • MD5: c3bf0b9562a9bd9db7b8600163ff9e33
  • SHA1: 2785cf6a322ecc5979b1a6a179e4e797d5d64d25
  • SHA256: a91d80ba6d937069c113961abe1b08771a0961b2daf23d69d0c795bea3d22291

In my opinion the Windows 7 Pro OEM Reinstallation .iso G13K9_PW4KGA00_W7SP1PRO64_ROW(DL).iso is the only useful download here. The Windows 10 .isos are all obsolete (TH2) and are more akin to Recovery Drives than proper Windows 10 Installation Media.

2W4N082 - XPS8900 (UK)
9633HA00_W10x64ROW_HOME(DL)_v3.iso (Windows 10 HOME TH2)

46T3K72 - XPS 9350 (UK)
9633HA00_W10x64ROW_HOME(DL)_v3.iso (Windows 10 HOME TH2)

6KGQFC2 - Alienware 13 R2 (Australia)
9633HA00_W10x64ROW_HOME(DL)_v3.iso (Windows 10 HOME TH2)

JZ5MJC2 - Latitude E7270 (UK)
2DF4FA00_W10x64ROW_pro(DL)_v3.iso (Windows 10 PRO TH2)
G13K9_PW4KGA00_W7SP1PRO64_ROW(DL).iso (Windows 7 Pro January 2016)

8DPRJ72 Latitude E7270 (USA)
2DF4FA00_W10x64ROW_pro(DL)_v3.iso (Windows 10 PRO TH2)
G13K9_PW4KGA00_W7SP1PRO64_ROW(DL).iso (Windows 7 Pro January 2016)

7SXYDC2 - Latitude E7270 (India)
2DF4FA00_W10x64ROW_pro(DL)_v3.iso (Windows 10 PRO TH2)
G13K9_PW4KGA00_W7SP1PRO64_ROW(DL).iso (Windows 7 Pro January 2016)

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Great thanks. You have the 2 Windows 7 Pro (64 Bit and 32 Bit) that we've found offered for most models. I tested it last night:

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLUNd9tdelQ

Some users commented that they got different ISOs with the following Service Tags.

The Latitude E7250 ISO is slightly larger, I'm not sure if it offers additional drivers, I don't have that model to test with...

The Precision T1700 ISO is from 2011. I'm not sure why this is, but it may be useful to have this ISO. I've had reports by some people saying the newer ISO didn't work on their system (but it's worked on all systems I tested it with).

  • Latitude E7250 Service Tag: 9C03J72 (January 2016) - gives V24C6_GGFY7A00_W7SP1PRO64_ROW.iso
  • Precision T1700 Service Tag 4W7C132 (November 2011) - gives N87PW_X00-00_D0V2KA00_7601_W7SP1_PROFESSIONAL64_RTM_DELL(DL)_.iso

V24C6_GGFY7A00_W7SP1PRO64_ROW.iso (7,521,254 KB):

  • MD5: 4da7a972664e6db1091d7c5959d2b94a
  • SHA1: f0cdd94c0aa2a28bc48c82b65c83ac24e5c6fc52
  • SHA256: cc1a650e9fac2f89ffd68f64a272203fd7581e66c729a7e8a89bcbcfb4d7b101

N87PW_X00-00_D0V2KA00_7601_W7SP1_PROFESSIONAL64_RTM_DELL(DL)_.iso (5,488,294 KB)

  • MD5: bcd068249a4d00e124a0c2c597da42d7
  • SHA1: 10529a3a46bf8cb917e317512640e6846e1c3f16
  • SHA256: 0510cec214db80ce811040daebd7e2e494290e87d2afd8f0c0cfffb49a59fa27

 

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So the new version has a much greater selection of models, however, many of them include the same Windows images, but there are also several new ones.

It's now also possible to preview the file name, file size and SHA256 hash.

If anyone has any service tags that produce different downloads, please let me know. If you don't want to expose your service tag publicly, send me a PM.

I've been looking for Vista, XP, Win Server and other Linux service tags on Google, without much success so far...

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Great work!

I didn't know there was a Home Basic ISO. At one time someone told me there was a Home Premium ISO but I never managed to find it.

I like your updated UI with the SHA256 at the bottom. It may be far easier said than done but it would be useful if you had that for the Microsoft Downloads also.

 

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23 minutes ago, Philip Yip said:

I like your updated UI with the SHA256 at the bottom. It may be far easier said than done but it would be useful if you had that for the Microsoft Downloads also.

Pretty much impossible to be done without any hash information available in the Microsoft API... 😞

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4 hours ago, Jan Krohn said:

Pretty much impossible to be done without any hash information available in the Microsoft API... 😞

I guess it could be done by downloading all the ISOs and checking them with Rufus but it may be too much of an undertaking to do for all the images your Download Tool offers.

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For the Windows downloads this might work. Most of them can be checked with the "ISO Tools" anyway. Actually all of them except the insider and developer editions should be covered.

The Office downloads from officecdn.microsoft.com however are occasionally updated, without any notification from MS. That would lead to people getting the wrong hashes, and eventually great frustration (at the latest after they have downloaded the file for the second or third time).

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On 12/11/2018 at 6:38 PM, Jan Krohn said:

For the Windows downloads this might work. Most of them can be checked with the "ISO Tools" anyway. Actually all of them except the insider and developer editions should be covered.

The Office downloads from officecdn.microsoft.com however are occasionally updated, without any notification from MS. That would lead to people getting the wrong hashes, and eventually great frustration (at the latest after they have downloaded the file for the second or third time).

I don't think Microsoft will Update their Windows ISOs. The Windows 7 ISO haven't been updated since 21st November 2010. I just spent quite a bit of time writing a guide to bring the Bootable USB up to date using DISM. It is unlikely for them to Update the Windows 8.1 ISOs and for Windows 10 they will just release a totally new Build.

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