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Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 RTM


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SP1 RTM was released yesterday.


Wave0: English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish.

Size: 1,545,795,584 byte

SHA-1: 9D85703A456B79FC295BE24E797367F032FE947B

MD5: AE635827CA85D35EAC36B44F5064CD4B

CRC: 59CF095B

for x32|x64|IA64 systems.



for more languages (see below).

Wave1: Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese-Hong Kong SAR, Chinese-Simplified, Chinese-Taiwan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese-Brazil, Portuguese-Portugal, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, and Ukrainian.

Size: 2,048,196,608 byte

SHA-1: F2ABA1102E18EAD08C78527AB422C09AB7D1F54C


CRC: B07748AE

for x32|x64|IA64 systems.

Yes, the final SP1 dates back from November 19, 2010!

Fully activatable.

No links here but you can search for these files and easily find them.


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Considering that the release might well happen in 72 hours or so why take a chance on an unverifiable release?

I kinda trust Softpedia.

The real problem for me now is how to integrate it on the installation files...

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Considering that the release might well happen in 72 hours or so why take a chance on an unverifiable release?

No, the official SP1 release will not happen until IE9 has gone Gold within MS, which is due in late february...

As a reminder, IE9 has not even been compiled as a Release Candidate, only an official Beta (now quite outdated) and some Technical Previews. IE9 RC is planned for early february with the RTM out around early march (late february at best).

It all comes down to saying that if any wants to wait for the official Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 SP1 release before applying it, you will have to wait for a few weeks more, which would be too bad not to do so (but anyone remains free to do whatever he wants to so...)

Even if more than sixty KB patches/updates have been released since Nov. 19, '7601.17514.101119-1850' is the final SP1 assembly. You are all free to give it a try for yourself and welcome to give your feedback on it.


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What kinda bull is that?

IE9 HAS NOTHING To do with SP1 For Win7!

Please quote a source...

I have never stated IE9 had anything to do with SP1 but as ricktendo64 wrote, MS has always implied (search for past articles on the subject) that they wanted to make a double release, even if both developments were separate. It is just marketing stuff related to IE9, in order for customers to get both updates/upgrades.

The point now is, because of the leaked final SP1 assembly, MS are wondering whether they should release SP1 some time before IE9, which is unlikely in the end (internal sources at MS). Sometimes, things do not go according to plan...

As I wrote you are free to try, I am not trying to convince anyone of anything, only relating facts...


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