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Windows 7 SP2

Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by robinbredin, 19 Aug 2018.

  1. robinbredin

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    What it is, I have lost my disc that I made up with Win 7 SP2 on it. Can anybody tell me where I can get the download to make up another disc. Thanks
     
  2. no idea what

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  3. robinbredin

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    Thank you sir. I have SP1, will that give me SP2.
     
  4. no idea what

    Capodecina

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    I'll be honest I'm not entirely sure. One would assume it would be the latest SP2, but if not then it will install via windows update.
     
  5. robinbredin

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    Thanks andy.
     
  6. malachi

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    Windows 7 never had an SP2 officially but there is an rollup update which should be included in the iso.
     
  7. robinbredin

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    Thank you
     
  8. ED209

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    There was never a sp2 for windows 7. If you use a windows 7 sp1 ISO you will find another 200 odd updates waiting for you.

    I make my own windows 7 ISO using simplix updater so it has the most updates.

    What version of windows are you after Home\Pro\Ultimate?
     
    Last edited: 21 Aug 2018
  9. Mujja

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    Once you install Windows 7 SP1 you'll probably have trouble getting the 200+ updates to download. There are several threads on here with workarounds.

    MS released a Convenience rollup in May 2016 KB3125574 (476MB). Before up install the rollup you'll need to install KB3020369
     
  10. darael

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    I have an ISO with SP3 and IE7 integrated if you're interested.
     
  11. Tute

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    Anybody know if these ISOs have the NVME drivers pre-installed?
     
  12. Rroff

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    Most of those 200 updates merely slow things down, add junk or telemetry or try to push Windows 10 - the only really critical updates are for the SMB fixes.
     
  13. nightmare99

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    It would be best to just install Windows 10, you have simplified updates and nvme drivers inbox supporting all the latest hardware.