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Windows 7 SP1 AIO 24in1 x64 en-US Jun2014 – murphy78


Windows 7 SP1 AIO 24in1 x64 en-US Jun2014 – murphy78
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Windows 7 SP1 AIO 24in1 x64 en-US Jun2014 – murphy78 | 5.31 GB

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Contains Windows Updates current to Jun10-2014 patch date

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:
en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677332.iso
en_windows_7_ultimate_n_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677543.iso
en_windows_7_professional_with_sp1_vl_build_x64_dvd_u_677791.iso
en_windows_7_enterprise_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677651.iso
en_windows_7_enterprise_n_with_sp1_x64_dvd_u_677704.iso

Installation Indexes:
Windows 7 Home Basic / N SP1 / OEM / Pre-Activated
Windows 7 Home Premium / N SP1 / OEM / Pre-Activated
Windows 7 Professional / N / VL SP1 / OEM / Pre-Activated / KMS-Activated
Windows 7 Ultimate / N SP1 / OEM / Pre-Activated
Windows 7 Enterprise / N SP1 / KMS-Activated

Release File: Win7AIO-24in1-SP1-x64-Jun2014.iso
Size: 5.31 GB
CRC32: FFFFFFFF
SHA-1: 0CF84834F7722C91A7CF4A49C0EC928B473862B9

Language: en-US (English – United States)

Tools used:
Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 7.0
imagex for image compression, renaming, and export
dism for Windows Updates integration and mounted file copy
oscdimg for ISO mastering
Added Info folder to Setup dir to annoy credit thieves.

DISM /add-package (IE11 and PreReqs):
KB2670838, KB2726535, KB2729094-v2, KB2786081, KB2834140, KB2929437
IE-Win7.cab, IE-Hyphenation, IE-Spelling-en

DISM /add-package (Main Updates):
KB2479943, KB2491683, KB2506014, KB2506212, KB2506928-v2, KB2509553,
KB2511455, KB2515325, KB2532531, KB2536275, KB2536276-v2, KB2544893,
KB2545698, KB2547666, KB2552343, KB2560656, KB2563227, KB2564958,
KB2570947, KB2574819-v2, KB2579686, KB2584146, KB2585542, KB2592687,
KB2603229, KB2604115, KB2619339, KB2620704, KB2621440, KB2631813,
KB2640148-v2, KB2647753-v4, KB2653956, KB2654428, KB2655992, KB2656356,
KB2660075, KB2667402-v2, KB2676562, KB2685811, KB2685813, KB2685939,
KB2690533, KB2698365, KB2699779-v2, KB2705219-v2, KB2709630, KB2709981-v2,
KB2712808, KB2718704, KB2719857, KB2727528, KB2729452, KB2732059-v5,
KB2732487-v2, KB2732500-v2, KB2736422, KB2742599, KB2743555, KB2750841,
KB2756921, KB2761217, KB2763523, KB2770660, KB2773072, KB2785220,
KB2789645, KB2791765, KB2798162, KB2799926, KB2800095-v2, KB2803821-v2,
KB2807986, KB2808679, KB2813347, KB2813430, KB2820331, KB2832414,
KB2835361, KB2835364, KB2836942, KB2836943-v2, KB2839894, KB2840149,
KB2840631, KB2843630-v3, KB2844286-v2, KB2846960, KB2847077, KB2847311,
KB2847927, KB2849470, KB2852386, KB2853952, KB2861191, KB2861698,
KB2861855, KB2862152, KB2862330-v2, KB2862335, KB2862966, KB2862973,
KB2863240, KB2864058, KB2864202, KB2868038, KB2868116, KB2868626,
KB2871997-v2, KB2872339, KB2875783, KB2876284, KB2876331, KB2882822,
KB2884256, KB2887069, KB2888049, KB2891804, KB2892074, KB2893294,
KB2893519, KB2898857, KB2900986, KB2904266, KB2908783, KB2911501,
KB2912390, KB2913152-v2, KB2918077, KB2919469, KB2922229, KB2926765,
KB2928562, KB2929733, KB2929755, KB2929961, KB2930275, KB2931356,
KB2939576, KB2957189, KB2957503, KB2957509, KB971033, KB982018-v3

DISM /add-package (2nd Pass) Updates:
KB2830477, KB2857650, KB2923545, KB2965788

DISM /add-package (IE11 Update)
KB2957689

DISM /add-package (7.6.7600.256 Windows Update – Self-Update)
WUClient-ActiveX, WUClient-Aux-TopLevel, WUClient-Core-TopLevel

OOBE.cmd phase:
If OEM-Activated index, will load custom graphics logos and backgrounds
based on the motherboard manufacturer of your system. If Intel it will
load intel graphics. You get the idea. It also attempts to set the OEM
activation.

SetupComplete.cmd phase:
KB2533552 (online-only update)
Winloader and reboot if Activated index.

Features:
-Internet Explorer 11
-Default, KMS-Activated, OEM-Activated, and Pre-Activated indexes
-DaRT7.0 recovery-mode options integrated into boot and winre.
-UEFI boot information added to ISO boot data
-Fixed EFI boot folder to add bootx64.efi and the bcd info

Notes:
-Included Pre-Activated and OEM-Activated indexes will only work with
MBR-partitioned legacy bios booting. For UEFI booting you need to mod the bios
or use a UEFI loader emulator such as WindSLIC. Alternatively you could use a
KMS-Activated index

Changes:
-Added NET452 redist folder on iso.
-Removed boot and index: usb3, lan/wlan, mass-storage drivers.
-Added winre usb/network/mass-storage drivers for recovery
-Added boot.wim and winre.wim DaRT debugger files for crash analyzing
-Changed the WinLoader pre-activation method to use a 7z-sfx with a rar’d file
inside using password: WinLoader-Pre-Activated-v2.2.2
-AutoCRC on the ISO to standardize to crc32: FFFFFFFF
-Changed the MSUpdate Opt-In script for automation
-Moved back to straight ISO releases, you can delete your old baseline v2 stuff.
It might be a bandwidth saver, but people won’t keep seeding 2 torrents forever.

Download Links:

Code:

http://keep2s.cc/file/e84c249fa995d/Win_7_SP1_AIO_24in1_x64.part1.rar
http://keep2s.cc/file/064a799523427/Win_7_SP1_AIO_24in1_x64.part2.rar
http://keep2s.cc/file/df75ac0035624/Win_7_SP1_AIO_24in1_x64.part3.rar
http://keep2s.cc/file/599c3b852ec34/Win_7_SP1_AIO_24in1_x64.part4.rar
http://keep2s.cc/file/35a496ad00c95/Win_7_SP1_AIO_24in1_x64.part5.rar
http://keep2s.cc/file/336e2aeecfd5d/Win_7_SP1_AIO_24in1_x64.part6.rar