[Direct Download Links] Genuine Windows 7 RTM with SP1 ISO (32-bit and 64-bit)

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DISCLAIMER: The download links given in this topic are genuine and absolutely legal. You should have a valid product key with you to be able to install Windows 7 using these ISO files. If you don't enter a product key, Windows will run only for 30 days.

When we purchase a new computer, it comes pre-installed with an OS, most of the times the OS is Microsoft Windows. Now almost all new computer systems are coming pre-installed with Windows 7.

Some computer manufacturers provide a recovery disc with their computers so that you can restore the OS in case you face problems while starting Windows.

But what would you do if you didn't get the recovery disc or if you lost the recovery disc. Even if you have your genuine product key noted down in your diary or printed on the backside of your computer, you can't use it to reinstall Windows because you don't have the setup disc.

To solve your problem, we are going to list direct download links for Windows 7. These are genuine and official download links. Its completely LEGAL to use them as they are hosted by "Digital River" online store which is an official distribution partner of Microsoft. These ISO files don't come with a product key. You'll need to use your own product key to activate Windows. The links provide an untouched Windows 7 ISO which is a fully functional 30-day trial version which can be converted into full version after entering your product key and activating it.

Download Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1 (SP1):

Download Windows 7 Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (SP1):

Download Windows 7 Ultimate with Service Pack 1 (SP1):

Download Windows 7 Professional RTM without SP1:

Download Windows 7 Home Premium RTM without SP1:

PS: Once you finish downloading the ISO file, you can burn the ISO file to a DVD using any burning software and then install Windows 7 using it.

NOTE: If you have product key for other Windows 7 editions like Ultimate, etc, no need to worry. You can use the above mentioned ISO to install your desired Windows 7 version using a simple method mentioned in following tutorial:

How to Choose Desired Windows 7 Edition / Version During Setup?

Thanks to our friends Martin and Jan Krohn for sharing them...





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