Windows 7 new build

alkit

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Hi,
I see that they have up to build 7264 of Windows 7.

The RC available on Microsoft's web site is only build 7100.

Is there any way that I could download the 64 bit version of one of the newer 726x builds, using local bandwidth?

Thanks!
 

DJNgoma

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A VHD 2 ISO, I wonder if they cause problems because of the convertion.
 

LabAnimal

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you do realise that the newer builds are near impossible to crack at the moment... Stick to the RC - less of a headache!
 

Elev8r

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Just use the RC keys you get off the Microsoft website, Beta keys might even work. No reason to need a crack.
 

Stickfigure

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Just use the RC keys you get off the Microsoft website, Beta keys might even work. No reason to need a crack.
+1

Wtf would you crack something that is free :confused: That's like going out and buying an original pc games and then cracking it :/
 

kwaggawerner

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I'm using a VHD build of 7260... no problems (Except some bugs with I've read M$ is still working on)

I found it on intl torrents....

I *could* upload it on local... but only want to upload it once....
 

Shake&Bake

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I'm on the 7100 64 bit build & really pleased.
Just have to find drivers for my bluetooth dongle that will keep my web connection stable.
 

alkit

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What is the difference between VHD and ISO?
Also @kwaggawerner, what do u mean that you only want to upload it once?
 

Schwartz

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What is the difference between VHD and ISO?
Also @kwaggawerner, what do u mean that you only want to upload it once?
think he means with torrents you are always up'ing when some one is dl'ing!
 

DJNgoma

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What is the difference between VHD and ISO?
Also @kwaggawerner, what do u mean that you only want to upload it once?
VHD is a virtual drive typical for a virtual pc, afaik ISO is a disc image.
 

Stickfigure

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VHD's can contain viruses as well. Rather be safe and only get a widnows 7 that is an ISO.
 
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