Windows 7 Sp1 AIO (10-in-1) USB3 En-US ESD (x86-x64) September 2016 5.22 GB
Windows 7 Sp1 AIO (10-in-1) USB3 En-US ESD (x86-x64) September 2016 | 5.22 GB
murphy78 presents Windows 7 AIO 10in1 USB3 DualBoot en-US
No Windows 7 Settings were harmed in the making of this ISO.
No Programs are added to Windows.
No Unattended Settings were added to the installation.
No Registry Settings were modified.
64-bit MSDN Sources:
32-bit MSDN Sources:
Installation Indexes all w SP1:
Windows 7 Home Basic
Windows 7 Home Premium
Windows 7 Professional
Windows 7 Ultimate
Windows 7 Enterprise
Dual Release File: Win7AIO_10in1_Sep2016_DUAL-ESD_x32_x64_en-US_murphy78.iso
Size: 5.17 GB
x86 (32-bit-only version): Win7AIO_5in1_Sep2016_ESD_x32_en-US_murphy78.iso*
Size: 2.30 GB
x64 (64-bit-only version): Win7AIO_5in1_Sep2016_ESD_x64_en-US_murphy78.iso*
Size: 2.92 GB
*Run the associated exe delta patch to create this iso.
MS DaRT 7, 10
diskpart scr v1.2.8 (shift-f10 during boot setup, then "menu")
oscdimg for ISO mastering
dism for ESD recovery compression/integration
DISM /add-package and /resetbase (Win10 boot.wim only 14393.187):
DISM /add-package (IE11, Conv Rollup, USBfix, Serv Stack):
KB3020369, KB2670838, KB3125574-v4, KB3181988,
DISM /add-package (Main Updates):
KB2545698, KB2547666, KB2574819-v2, KB2592687, KB2667402-v2, KB2676562,
KB2685811, KB2685813, KB2698365, KB2729094-v2, KB2732059-v5, KB2750841,
KB2761217, KB2773072, KB2813347, KB2834140-v2, KB2862330-v2, KB2894844,
KB2900986, KB2919469, KB2970228, KB2984972, KB3004375-v3, KB3006137,
KB3046269, KB3059317, KB3102429-v2, KB3118401, KB3123479, KB3138612,
KB3140245, KB3145739, KB3150220, KB3156016, KB3156017, KB3156019,
KB3159398, KB3161102, KB3161949, KB3161958, KB3163245, KB3164033,
KB3164035, KB3170455, KB3172605, KB3175024-v2, KB3177186, KB3178034,
KB3179573, KB3182203, KB3184122, KB3184143, KB3185278, KB3185911,
KB2830477, KB2923545, KB3126446
DISM /add-package (IE11 Update)
DISM /add-package (7.6.7600.320 Windows Update - Self-Update)
WUClient-ActiveX, WUClient-Aux-TopLevel, WUClient-Core-TopLevel
KB2533552, KB3020388, KB3075226 (online-only updates)
-Internet Explorer 11
-.Net 4.6.2 in Net462 dir on iso
-DaRT7.0 recovery-mode options integrated into boot and winre.
-Some useful scrs in similarly named folder on iso.
-DualBoot setup with UEFI/Fat32 support I can only test UEFI x64 as I only have x64 processor, but ia32 should work for certain UEFI devices with only 32-bit processors
-DaRT 10 added to Boot, 7 to winre This has options to reset passwords, edit registry, remove updates, scan system files, get a remote desktop connection, etc.
-DiskPart v1.2.8 scr with ESD support, multi-version setup, fast setup (fewer keys but default settings) To run my diskpart scr, boot into usb or dvd setup,
then press shift-f10 to bring up console and type "menu" The scr will then ask if you wish to use it, etc.
**Determine how you want to activate before installing**:
-Use Microsoft Toolkit KMS activator for Enterprise/Pro
-Use Windows Loader for BIOS-boot MBR-partitioned Home/Pro/Ult
-Use WindSLIC for UEFI/GPT partitioned Home/Pro/Ult (advanced users)*
*This is on MDL, I've provided shortcut in torrent dir
-Use a USB program such as RUFUS to put this on a 8GB+ USB Flash drive for boot installs. You can also burn it to a dual layer DVDR or greater if you're using ancient physical media.
-The x32 or x64 variants will fit on a normal DVDR
-Reboot and change boot settings in bios/uefi to point to the install media device (dvdrom, usb, etc) then save and exit. After running setup up until the first reboot you will need to set boot
settings back to your hard drive if you don't use UEFI boot.
-I recommend inserting the gVLK during setup if you plan to install an ProVL/Enterprise SKU. It will change the channel to Volume. It's not required, but it will give you a bogus Retail channel if you don't. diskpart scr will not change to default channel on Win7, so using the gVLK and Windows Setup is the only way to get a correct volume channel (other than adding an ei.cfg)
-This is not an official method of installing Windows 7. I recommend having alternate setup media in case your system has trouble correctly setting up Windows. Because the setup boot.wim is from win10 and the install media is from win7, it may or may not correctly pass setup info if you add custom unattend scrs or whatever.
-I have tested all of the DaRT, setup, and diskpart scrs as working, but since win7 was not intended to be installed using win10 boot media, you should consider it experimental.
-That being said, I haven't changed any actual win7 settings, so the actual install is the same as the USB3 version of my Sep2016 release.
CODYQX4, mikmik38 and others - MTK261 KMS activator
Daz - Windows Loader 2.2.2 Activator for BIOS Home/Pro/Ult
murphy78 - Integration, ISO design and testing
nononsense - UEFI SLIC injector project
[ How Install ]
1 - Create bootable USB (highly recommended) with Rufus,
2 -Burn To DVD
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