You can now download genuine Windows 7 ISO files, [i:2y8gsmy4]including[/i:2y8gsmy4] SP1, direct from [url=http://www.heidoc.net/joomla/technology-science/microsoft/14-windows-7-direct-download-links:2y8gsmy4]HERE[/url:2y8gsmy4].
This is very handy for those users who did not receive an installation disc with their computer. It is[b:2y8gsmy4][i:2y8gsmy4] not[/i:2y8gsmy4][/b:2y8gsmy4] illegal, there is no product key involved and you will still need to use the product key from your original installation. Simply download the ISO which matches your version of Windows 7 and burn to disc.
An installation disc will provide users with the option to perform a 'Repair Installation' which would not be available otherwise. Also, the inclusion of SP1 will save having to download and install loads of additional updates after a clean install.
All versions of Windows 7 are available in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions (make sure to download the one which matches your original installation).
September 6, 2010
Can't understand why PC manufacturers or small system builders, don't always supply a windows disk, im sure they have the cost covered... anyway the direct download link is a blessing for those of us that need a disk to reinstall windows rather than reinstalling from a partition which is a waste of space as far as im concerned.
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