The Windows 7 direct downloads are back! You can use our new ISO download tool to generate temporary download links on the Microsoft server. All downloads that were previously available on Digital, River are accessible once again, plus many more (more languages, OEM versions, Get Genuine Kits etc.)
If you have a valid retail product key, you can alternatively download untouched ISO images via the Software Recovery Centre. Those downloads are exactly the same as the ones provided by our download tool.
If you have no product key yet, and want to use Windows 7 permanently, these links are for you. Windows 7 keys are quite affordable these days, and Amazon's A-to-z Guarantee ensures that you receive your money back in case you receive a counterfeit product. A Windows 7 key is always valid for all language and bit versions of the same edition, therefore, don't worry if the product is not available in your desired language. You can still activate any ISO download of the same edition. Windows 7 is available from Amazon, eBay etc. in three different editions:
Once you've completed your download, you can burn it to DVD using any DVD writing software that supports writing disk images. If you already run any Windows 7 version, it's also possible to write the ISO image to DVD just by double clicking it.
The Windows 7 product keys are all agnostic of language version and bit edition. Any valid Windows 7 product key determines only the edition (Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, Enterprise). It can, however, activate both 32 and 64 bit editions in any language. So, for instance, a key for the German Windows 7 Professional x86 edition can activate a Chinese Windows 7 Professional x64 edition. So if you already own a key, you can download any 32 or 64 bit image in your preferred language.
The *.iso downloads can very easily be converted into universal installation media supporting all Windows 7 editions (except Enterprise). There's only a single file that needs to be removed on the DVD. The file named ei.cfg in the sources folder restricts the choice of Windows editions that can be installed with that particular DVD. To remove it, you can apply the ei.cfg Removal Utility very easily.
The x86 (32 bit) editions run with 32 bit, the x64 editions, with 64 bit. The most important difference is that x64 editions can address more than 4 GByte of memory. Most software isn't available in 64 bit yet, and some old software and devices won't work on x64. So it makes sense to use 64 bit if you have more than 4 GB of RAM, and/or your most important software programmes exist as x64 versions as well, and you're absolutely sure your soft- and hardware will work properly. If you're still unsure which one you should choose, please download an x86 edition.
The following table is provided for reference only, so that you know which file name is which Windows version, in case you find some of the files from an alternative download source. The downloads in this table are no longer working.
hello. hhd broke on my laptop. I'm going to replace the drive with an SSD. But my operating system key is sewn into a laptop. I wanted to download the ISO of Windows 7 from the Microsoft website, but they write that I should contact HP. How can I recover my license and transfer windows to SSD I do not have ISO Windows 7.
The tool will download official legitimate ISO images from Microsoft and has lots of options for many Windows versions including OEM. If you use it, be careful to select the correct Windows ISO for the OEM/COEM, x64 edition, Home/Pro /Ultimate edition, Windows 7 etc...
When download completes, you will need to write or \"burn\" the ISO image and boot from a bootable media. You need to use either 1 empty/blank USB pendrive (4 GB capacity or more) OR an empty/blank DVD disc (4.7 GB capacity)
As the titIe states, I néed a Windows 7 Professional ISO (ideally SP1) to set up a new PC, I would download the ISO directly of the Microsoft website, but I only have a OEM key, which they do not take, and the manufacturer only says to use the shipped recovery CD, which I do not have anymore.
Hi, I am looking for little advise. I am reinstalling my laptop windows (recovery partition has been removed) using OEM DVD with Windows 7. License on the back of the laptop is for Spanish version (laptop bought in Spain) and will like to use UK version of Windows 7. Got ISO of UK version of Windows 7 and wonder if will accept my license
You will need to download the ISO file for your version of Windows. For this instructable, we will be reinstalling Windows 7 Home Premium.Thislink is to a page with the Digital River downloads which is a licensed distributor of Microsoft software. The downloads are each over 3GB so a memory card of at least 4GB will be required.**Please note that your product key will only work with your edition of Windows so ensure you download the right version of Windows!
The ISO file that was downloaded in Step 3 is a disc image. In order to use this ISO file; it must be mounted to a virtual drive on your PC. As shown in the picture above, mounted in virtual Drive (F:) If you are unsure how to do this; try this helpful article on Mounting an ISO. Once the ISO is mounted, copy all the files to the memory card.
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