Windows 7 SP1 All in One ISO

As of March 2015 the links for Windows 7 ISO’s from Digital River are down. While you can obtain the ISO’s with authentication from the Microsoft Software Recovery website I have heard that it refuses to accept legitimate Windows 7 OEM product keys making the service only beneficial for those with Retail product keys.

Fortunately I have copies of both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows 7 from Digital River before the links had disappeared and I decided to compile an “All in One” ISO version of Windows 7 to share with everyone – hooray! 🙂

This disc contains:

32 Bit (x86)
64 Bit (x64)
Starter
Home Basic
Home Basic
Home Premium
Home Premium
Professional
Professional
Ultimate
Ultimate

You can download the Windows 7 SP1 “All in One” ISO from here:

File Size: 3.8GB
Language: English
CRC32: 43CC2B28
MD5: 02C813D1735A3E9E7E1566DBBBBCAAA9
SHA-1: 0BDD23A6986403016EFB8BD39A425F6714FCCE4B

If you need a different language ISO or a pure 64 bit version for UEFI boot consider finding the version on the “Un-Official Digital River Mirror” linked below (note – this is an external site).

UNOFFICIAL WINDOWS 7 DIGITAL RIVER MIRROR ]


FAQ

Q. Is this ISO safe to use?

The files used to create the “All in One” (AIO) ISO comes from both 32 bit and 64 bit versions of Windows 7 that came directly from Digital River (Microsoft’s Digital Distributor). Compiling them altogether was done using Microsoft’s Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK).

The AIO ISO file has been tested and virus scanned using Kaspersky Lab Antivirus with no advisories to ensure that it is safe to use. Of course feel free to do virus checks of your own if you feel more comfortable that way.

While the AIO ISO is distributed in the hope that it will be useful please bear in mind that this file is distributed without any warranty or liability and that the end user fully understands and accepts the risks when using this software.

Q. Is there a product key to this?

There is no product key with this ISO, you will need your own key to activate Windows 7.

Q. Why is there no “Enterprise” edition?

The AIO ISO is targeted for personal users since the “Enterprise” edition is available for corporate volume licensing customers only.

Q. Can I use this ISO to make a bootable USB?

Yes you can, simply use the Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool with this ISO to create a bootable Windows 7 AIO USB drive. Alternatively you can use Rufus to do this for you.