Download Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO ( 32bit / 64bit ) from Microsoft

Download Official Windows 7 ISO images from Microsoft: Few days back , a friend of mine Accidentally broke his original windows 7 Installation Disk and unfortunately he did not bother to create a backup copy of his windows 7 Disk beforehand. So i had to lend him my copy of windows 7 . Similarly if you cannot source out a windows 7 disk from your friends or relatives, continue reading on to find out how you can download a Windows 7 ISO image officially from Microsoft.

If you are stuck in a situation where you have lost your windows 7 installation disk or damaged it accidentally, you can always download a copy of your windows 7 ISO file from Microsoft itself. Many people are not aware of this and most of the time they end of downloading pirated copies of Microsoft windows 7 from various sites online.

I would always advise against downloading windows 7 from Illegal sites online. The main reason being most of these pirated copies of windows 7 are modified and have rootkits and spywares in them, which are very much undetectable from most antivirus. Using pirated copies of windows 7 on your computer will compromise your private data to hackers and other cyber criminals.

Microsoft offers free downloads of all its Operating systems, If you have a fast internet connection then you can easily download any version of windows 7 from the links below. These Windows 7 ISO files are hosted by Digital river, which is Microsoft’s official content delivery partner for Windows 7 .

All these Windows 7 ISO’s come with SP1 integrated in them and have a 30 days trial period. You can use your Original windows 7 keys to activate these windows 7 copies.

Download Windows 7 SP1 ISO ( x86 / x64 ) Image

Note : Since most of these files are above 2GB in size , we advise you to use a Download manager like Free Download Manager to download these Windows 7 ISO images. After downloading these images you can burn these Windows 7 ISO images on a DVD or create a bootable Windows 7 USB flash drive to install Windows 7 on your PC.

There are two options to choose from during the Windows 7 installation process:

  • Upgrade. This option replaces your current version of Windows with Windows 7, and keeps your files, settings, and programs in place on your computer.
  • Custom. This option replaces your current version of Windows with Windows 7, but doesn’t preserve your files, settings, and programs. It’s sometimes referred to as a clean installation for that reason.

For more information visit this link.


  1. Greetings says:

    Dear, I am looking a Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit without SP 1, any idea where I can download it from.

    Bless you for time & efforts.

  2. Chester Ladera Cabana says:

    where can i download windows 7 all version iso trial version …. in single dvd.. can you give me a link.. thanks

  3. Han Solo says:

    Downloading now, thanks but I need more bandwidth from the DL site, I have 50 Mbps avail. but the DL site is throttled back (745 Kpbs) been awhile I had to wait over an hour to get 2.4 gigs.
    No big, I’ll just hop in the ole Falcon and head over to Tatooine for a lil action ;)

  4. Bill Jones says:

    Hi, What if my computer came pre-installed with windows 7 on it, and I don’t have the disk? Can I still use the ISO if I have the product key?

  5. Future IT says:

    Thank you for this! I use VirtualBox a lot for a few courses I am taking for IT & networking, and I accidentally deleted my current VB machine and didn’t have the stupid ISO on a flash drive and didn’t feel like going on campus to get it. It’ll be worth the wait in download time just to not go out in the cold! haha.

  6. Ani says:

    I have downloaded and installed Win7 SP1 from the link you have provided. Its working fine. But the I dont have the key to activate and its asking to activate within 3 days. Please help.

  7. lloyd says:

    Hi, just downloaded Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 English
    and only realized during installation that is the Ultimate version not the Pro version

  8. disqus_DX6nugGdm0 says:

    Will Win7 ultimate 64 install over my win7 ultimate 32. Using same key that have saved. But have lost my disks in a move.

  9. ThAlberts says:

    Hello, can it be that 64 bit professional X64 Dutch is a ultimate version?
    Do you have a link for 64 bit professional Dutch

  10. Techless says:

    My laptop broke(Win 7 Home Prem 64-bit) luckily i have my friend to fix it, but he only installs the Home Prem 32-bit. Can i upgrade it to 64 again? i also have the product key in sticker under the laptop, will it work? Thanks! and Sorry! its my first time doing this. >.<

    • Hopefully Helpful says:

      Yes you can! Just follow the instructions on the page, mount the ISO image for the 64bit win 7 home premium, install it over the old 32 bit, and then register the 64 bit with your product key on your laptop! (:

      • Kai says:

        No, he can’t! Once the x32 operating system is in place, it will destroy any older data he has (fresh install) to get the x64 OS running. His hardware needs to be able to support x64 also.

  11. manjot singh says:

    hi lovejeet i have hp probook 6460b which is given by my collage they din give me the product key please help where can i find it its not at the backside of the laptop.pls help. thank you tons

    • lovejeet says:

      you are welcome casimk. As for the windows 8 links, Microsoft is not providing windows 8 and windows 8.1 ISO images for download to the public. The only way to download window 8 ISO images is by using an original product key.

  12. privatebrian says:


    Can you tell me if these windows 7 iso’s come with the latest updates, or will i still need to download
    a million updates as well…thanks in advance….

    • Jose Rosas says:

      Yes, but make sure you have the key or else it will be pointless since the user wouldnt be able to use for more than 30 days.

  13. arron06 says:

    ive upgraded from vista to win7, but dont have a product key, on my laptop i have win7 can i use that key to activate this copy of win7 on this pc

    • i use linux insted says:

      ultmate is the best professional is under ultmate and ultmate requires more power in the machine
      you may want to use home insted it will work better for you

      • Artur says:

        Thank you very much for reply! I do another one if you can reply :) My machine have 64bit support, but i never try, if i install xubuntu for 64bit him work better then xubuntu 32bit? Sorry for bad English and all this question.

        • Jose Rosas says:

          If your PC supports 64-Bit, then yes you can do it. 64-Bit just has few more features in general, Xubuntu or not. Typically a 64-Bit will have more Processing power than a 32-Bit,, so will definately see a performance increase. Also, if your PC has a more than 3 GB of RAM then 32-Bit will not work since it doesnt support past 3 GB of RAM. But anyways, if you can put 64-Bit it is highly recomended to be used instead of 32. With 64-Bit you get more out of your PC.

  14. i use linux insted says:

    ive tried 3 times to set windows up each time using ultmate pro and home and each time it said that i needed to make a proper partion to have this work and i tried like 10 times to make this work and is still did not work some one plaese help

  15. impatient says:

    starts to download fast but slows way down, drops to about 40 kb/sec and looks like it will take 12 hours to download. Does the server throttle the download speed and is there a way to speed it up?

          • Asifali says:

            `oh bad :( actualy lovejeet i have got my laptop from university and the didn’t give me any product key help me plz where can i find it its not at the backside of the laptop jst one thing written at both laptop back side and packing is that (Geniun windows 7 home basic 64 bit) pls help. bundle of thankx

  16. Matt says:

    I am trying to partition my hard drive on my Mac so i can still do some other work that I need Windows for but they keep saying its not 64 bit even when I downloaded the 64 bit. Any ideas?

  17. Trev says:

    Guys, I am running Vista Home premium 32 bit at the moment. What is the easiest way to upgrade to Windows 7. Will these downloads do it for me, and what about the activation key. Will it need one and where do I get it from.
    Thaks trev…

    • Jose Rosas says:

      They might work if your PC has the Windows 7 Requirements, which are:

      1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor

      1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)

      16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)

      DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

      To get the product key you must buy it from Microsoft, there is no free product key. If you have a old Win7 PC around that you dont use you can try use its product key, although you might want to deactivate the Windows 7 on that PC, just to make sure it works.

    • lovejeet says:

      Hi Sriram, unfortunately Microsoft does not provide the official download links for windows 8 and windows 8.1. You will compulsorily need a genuine key to download ISO files of windows 8 and windows 8.1.

      • htimba says:

        Yeah, I have a 3 year old Toshiba Satellite that had Win 7 on it, it had gotten so corrupt that it was blue screening. I had tried the Factory restore (Toshiba doesn’t include a restore disk) several times and it didn’t fix the problem. So I wiped the hard drive clean and installed Linux Mint 16 on it and had been using that for about 4 months without any problems, and it’s a nice system, but I have been wanted to put Windows back on it, and wasn’t sure if I would have to buy another licence for it. So this is definitely good news. Thanks.

        • htimba says:

          The label says Windows 7 Home Prem OA (not sure what the OA stands for), so I downloaded Win 7 Home Premium x64 and installed it, but the product key didn’t work. Not sure why, but I reinstalled Linux Mint again.

  18. Will says:

    Thank you Lovejeet. The Windows 7 ISO installed perfectly as a VM on my Fedora Workstation using gnome-boxes. My old Asus laptops activation key was able to successfully active the OS. I’ve a few dead laptops with old Windows 7 keys preinstalled on them. It’s nice to finally have them back online, rebranded as virtual machines at least. And the digitalriver download was extremely fast (a few minutes), at least for me over FiOS.

  19. Asifali says:

    i download Ultimate x86 and try to install it on oracle virtualbox but during expending file process around 45% i got an error some windows files are corrupt or missing [error code: 0x80070570)] any body have idea how to fix this? is iso file right? plz help…..

  20. Asifali says:

    i download Ultimate x86 and try to install it on oracle virtualbox but during expending file process around 45% i got an error some windows files are corrupt or missing [error code: 0x80070570)] any body have idea how to fix this? is iso file right? plz help…..

  21. Kashif Khan says:

    I have downloaded Windows 7 Professional 64 bit,, I will install it on my Laptop.
    Now the question is that , I have a Product KEY of windows 7 PRO on the back of my Laptop..can I use that key to activate this window that i have downloaded from this site…Thanks
    Kashif Khan

  22. xKikizki says:

    I’m downloading Windows 7 Professional 64bit to my pc ATM. My PC had Windows 8 64 bit but i downgraded it to Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit. Will I still be able to install Win 7 Professional 64bit to my PC?

  23. Anonymous says:

    What is an illegal site? You mean a torrent site? I torrented the ISO for maximum speed and just checked integrity using a checksum.

  24. manojfelis says:

    Hi thanks for the download link. Is the windows downloaded from these links are updated versions? I.e., Latest version containing all the updateds up-to-date?

    • lovejeet says:

      I am not sure if Microsoft has the provided the latest updates with these windows 7 SP1 copies, but you can download the updates once windows 7 is installed on your PC.

  25. Lee H says:

    Hi, im currently just downloading home premium at the moment – do I need to burn to a disc or USB flash drive or can I just run the setup from the download section? iv had about 3 attempts at this already through various other download links all which have failed bringing up an error code of 0X0

    • lovejeet says:

      Hi Lee,
      use any of the methods which seems to be easier for you. As for the errors it seems to be a problem with your hard disk. A quick Google search will help you find out a solution for the errors.

    • lovejeet says:

      You usually get this error if the installation media or the hard disk is faulty. Try burning the ISO files at a lower speed ( 2x ) otherwise create and use a bootable windows 7 USB Flash drive.

  26. Iceman says:

    Hi there, I am new to all of this, I am currently downloading the Windows 7 Professional 64bit iso image/file, Once the download is complete I then burn the image onto a disk right? Should i burn it onto a CD or DVD?? What must i do after i have done all these steps??

    Reply back ASAP!!


    • lovejeet says:

      1.Once you download the ISO file you will need to burn it to a DVD disc. After that you need to insert it in the DVD drive and reboot your PC.
      2. When you PC reboots, go to your PC’s bios and set the DVD drive with the first boot priority. save the settings and your PC will restart.
      3. When your PC boots up you will be prompted to press a key to start the windows installation process.

  27. Laura says:

    I have a new desk top PC that has windows 7 64 bit. Due to my software on my network I need 32 bit. I downloaded Windows 7 32 Bit X86 english, burn it to a DVD, and tried to install it. It won’t let me go back to a 32Bit. Does anyone know what I can do to get back to a 32 Bit system ? Any help will be Greatly Appreciated !

      • Iceman says:

        Hi Lovejeet, I have burned the ISO file onto a DVD disk, I have an OEM Valid Win 7 Professional 64bit Key, can i use this to Activate my Genuine windows 7 Trial??

        Reply back soon!


  28. martin says:

    Guys I have downloaded Windows 7 Home Premium x86 and tried to create bootable USB. I have received Error extracting Windows 7 image. In log is stated: Error reading UDF file booten-usbootsect.exe.mui

    Can you help? Cheers

  29. Iceman2 says:

    Hi Lovejeet, I have the ISO file burned onto a DVD disk, I have an OEM Win 7 Professional 64bit Valid Key, Can i use this to Activate my Genuine windows 7 Trial???

  30. Harkster says:

    I am Downloading the 64 bit win 7 iso file from different laptop to try and fix my own ,will the

    Windows 7 USB DVD Download Tool open the file to copy to dvd so i can try fix mine ?

  31. Jas says:

    Hi, my laptop was encrypted with some virus, thus I had to re-install my Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. I followed the guidelines online in order to install the windows from a boot-able USB and successfully re-installed windows. However, within 2 days time I have started to experience the blue screen crash on the newly installed windows. I used the original product key of my previously purchased windows. Can you please suggest me what to do?

    • lovejeet says:

      Blue screens are usually related to incompatible drivers and faulty hardware. Try installing all the required drivers for your laptop. such as the graphic, Ethernet, audio drivers etc.

  32. paresh suthar says:

    “….download these Windows 8 ISO images. After downloading these images you can burn these Windows 7 ISO images on a DVD…” -above

    Are these ISOs of win 8 or win 7? I understand that win 7 is the desired installed version but I was just curious if one is able to create a prior install cd from next version on win. I didn’t think that was possible and would be good info to know.

  33. Derok says:

    I’ve been trying to download these and each time the download cuts off at 2.0GB. I see that the files are supposed to be 3.1GB, any idea why I’m getting cut off?

  34. Harkster says:

    Hi lovejeet .Back again ,was on last night ..The reason i wanted to reboot windows was for the past few weeks my laptop (less than 2 years old )was getting slower and slower and cpu very slow, ended up near half hour to start , so thought full clear reinstall would sort this ..Managed to get the full iso file on flash as you recommended ,no probs there it is reinstalled but just as bad, been on black screen for ages just with arrow …Need Help ! Any Ideas ?

  35. New to IT says:

    Hi I am using this to install on a laptop that has XP. I downloaded the file on that PC and then created a bootable flash drive. I am waiting for it all to load onto the flash now my question is do I just plug it in to the pc as is with XP on it or do I have to do wipe it out first?? Please help me I have been messing with this machine for 2 1/2 days now, thats why i decided to put windows 7 on it.

    • lovejeet says:

      No, you don’t need to wipe anything. As soon as your bootable USB flash drive is prepared, you can connect the USB flash drive with you PC and then restart it. When your PC restarts, go to the bios and set the USB flash drive with first boot priority, Save the settings and restart. When your PC boots up again you will be prompted to press a key to start the windows 7 installation.

    • ykatzma says:

      Hi, lovejeet. All these files belong to UDF file system. Even when I burned it to DVD, and verification was OK, the DVD did not boot. I was also not able to open the ISO using my PowerISO. You have any idea how to solve the problem?

  36. Werner Marx says:

    Hi Lovejeet, just a quick question. I downloaded Win 7 pro 64 and burned the .iso to disk. Tried installing it on 3 different PC’s, all 3 PC’s boots successfully, but all 3 fails mid installation. Tried 2 different new DVD’s, tried writing at 2x speeds ect, not working. Yet, when I install a VM machine from the .iso it works flawless. What could cause it not to work on DVD? It hangs right where it starts to copy the windows setup files. Everything points to a faulty DVD but I’ve burnt 3 different copies from two machines (thought it might be my dvd writer.) I’m stumped.

      • Werner Marx says:

        Hey dude, thanks for the reply. Tried the USB method, but my computer just hangs after the POST process, right before it’s supposed to boot. I’ve done some googling, but it looks like I’m the only one having these types of issues. Therefor I have to deduce that the problem is somewhere on my side. I’ll tinker a bit with these images, and report back when I find the issue. I’ve found an original win 7 disk in the meantime, but this is bothering me why I cant get it to work. PS thanks for uploading these.

    • lovejeet says:

      Hi Marv,There is no need of validating these ISO files, as you can see all the files are hosted on Digital river which is Microsoft’s official content delivery partner for their online stores.

  37. lovejeet says:

    Hi, just take a look at the official Microsoft forums, you will find the moderators over there providing these links to everyone. These fields are completely safe and if you do a Google search you can see these links on many more reputed sites.

  38. user says:

    I have tried downloading a few of these with and without the download manager. All have stopped at 99%. is anyone else having this issue?

  39. Glen says:

    I am looking to reinstall my Windows 7 which I already own.

    I take it these images are the very latest versions that Microsoft is shipping (digitally), and include the latest updates up to that point?

    I won’t have to download 3 years worth of updates after installing these?

  40. Tops says:

    i have last 1 question :D Can I run Aero on that NTB what you writed in before comment? In windows index experience i have score 2.9 in graphics for aero. thanks :)

  41. lovejeet says:

    You are right, but i started this thread to share these windows 7 links. i didn’t had any idea of this post becoming too popular. Anyways your comments will really help a lot of our viewers, thank you mate. I will add your link to the post.

    • lovejeet says:

      All these Windows 7 ISO’s come with all the SP1 updates. I Cant say how much old are these, since Microsoft doesn’t provide that information. Rest assured you will have to download very few updates after you install windows 7 from these ISO’s.

  42. timothy willis says:

    what do you do after you download the rar file and how to find the image file bc i done like it said and the intsall couldnt find the files

  43. JP says:

    Hi there, the link you provided for the Home Premium 32bit is not correct. Could you please provide me with the correct link

  44. Tom Segers says:

    Ye links are dead and its really frustating. I got a laptop where hard disk crashed went to get a new one wanted to install but noticed the cd i had for my pc is professional and laptop is home, i need to home 64 bit version in dutch (i dont care the langauge, but noticed when on my msdn account that they make a difference between dutch and english version) So dont know if the key will work with english version. Its just a key from a laptop with the sticker on the bottom. Been looking for over an hour for the original version of windows but only finding dead links or sites that arent from microsoft so im doubtfull if there cracked or original versions

    • lovejeet says:

      It seems Microsoft has discontinued these Windows 7 ISO files. At the moment here is no confirmation from Microsoft about this. It can even be a temporary problem. In case Microsoft provides updated Windows 7 ISO images, i will add them here.

      • brian says:

        I called microsoft last night there servers are down and it is a known issue you cant even download office from them atm they said it would probaly be 1-2 days for there servers to get fixed it is a top priority

    • lovejeet says:

      hi Conder, unfortunately Microsoft doesn’t provide direct downloads for windows 8 and 8.1 ISO images. However if you have a genuine key, you can easily download ISO images for windows 8 and 8.1 .

  45. cman says:

    Is it recommended to use download manager when downloading this type of file , I started the download without it and it looks to be a 4 hour download.

    • lovejeet says:

      It generally depends upon your internet connection. You seem to have a stable internet connection, but for those who don’t have good internet connection, a download manager would be a better option, since it would allow you to stop and resume the download anytime.

  46. Andrew says:

    • 3 days ago

    Called Microsoft. They stated that they are still having server issues. I been told to wait and try again tomorrow..

    is this still true? or are these links working again?

  47. luxorscorp says:

    The spanish version is the same as the english version (either in x64). Both booting with the same language….sorry for my english.

  48. Loyd says:

    Hi. I’m downloading it right now. I’m going to install it on the new computer I’m buying tomorrow. Question is, can I download it now then save on a flash drive then install on the new computer? If yes, how? Thanks!

  49. Mark Sherwood says:

    Upon inserting the disk (with Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit) it says “Enter Password”. That is the first thing to pop up. Any ideas?

  50. Boca says:

    Hello Lovejeet,
    Thank you for posting and providing the info. I downloaded what I thought was my appropriate version and after installation, I get stuck in a bootload error loop. Some of the errors say there are registry errors. Some are saying there are missing startup components. I’m using the Windows 64 bit home premium in English and trying to install this on a Samsung N150 plus notebook that had a Windows 7 Starter DOS but has since crashed.
    Any suggestions?

    • lovejeet says:

      Hi Boca, i wont recommend you installing a 64 bit OS on your notebook. I checked out the specs and it seems that the 1GB of Ram on your notebook might hamper its performance. With my experience, i can point out the problem to be related with your hard disk. You should head over to the Microsoft forums and find out if anyone else has the same problem as yours.

  51. John says:

    computer noob here. so, after i download the version i had on my HP laptop, then putting it on a bootable usb flash drive, i should be able to install it on my mac using bootcamp? new to mac and was surprised to find there is no place to install a cd on this thing.

    • archlinuxguy says:

      You must be using MacBook Air, right? Well on MBAs you can only install Windows using a bootable USB drive. If you already created one, go to spotlight search and type “Boot Camp Assistant”, and you can select both “Download the latest Windows support software from Apple” and “Install Windows 7 or later version”. You can then partition your drive and insert your USB drive, and you’re good to go.

  52. Matt says:

    I have a laptop that came with windows 7 32bit preinstalled and a key provided but no install disc and want to upgrade to 64bit. I suspect the key provided is an OEM key. Will I still be able to activate the 64bit windows 7 using this key?

  53. concernedcitizen says:

    I’ve just downloaded the file, but I’m not sure how to launch it: What programs do I need to open the files and launch it?

  54. How_delightful says:

    I downloaded and installed the ISO after (ahem) a Motherboard replacement (upgrade Mo-bo/Chip system); but I want to register my Microsoft codes from my previous motherboard PC and then install my Ultimate Upgrade code later. But neither code lets me register. I had had to buy Ultimate Upgrade to get Windows in English [as the Japanese Windows 7 PC did not have an English language option]).
    Two problems?
    My PC was Japanese with a pre-installed Japanese language version of Windows 7 Home Premium and the ISO is in English; so that may be causing the conflict?
    When I go to Register at Microsoft it tells me I cannot do that and later gives me a number to call. But they could not register my genuine codes either (because they were used on my [ahem] previous motherboard), and they said they would put me through to some technical support and the phone went dead at their end.
    Can I register my Codes on my new motherboard or not?
    OR do I need to re-install the original language version for it to work?
    Any pointer appreciated.

    • lovejeet says:

      You should be able to use your serial key to activate windows as long as you are using it on a single PC at a time. Since i am not well aware of this problem, A better place to find a solution to your problem would be the Microsoft forums.

      You might find a thread with a similar problem like yours or most probably the moderators might address your problem. here’s the link to the Microsoft forums:

      • Roallin says:

        This is incorrect. An OEM windows license is tied to the original computer it was installed on. The license cannot be transferred to another computer. Once activated on a specific computer, the license is tied to that computer. Microsoft considers the motherboard as the computer. If the motherboard dies and needs to be replaced, the activation service will see it is a new computer. But if you call the phone activation and explain to them your motherboard died and was replaced, they will usually activate (my past experiences). If the key being used is a Retail key, then yes, the license can be transferred to a different machine, provided it is only activated on one machine at a time. But given the previous comments about laptops and Acer computer, I would guess this in reference to an OEM install.

  55. Duncan says:

    I just want a Windows 7 home basic ISO to install on a laptop that has a product key. Why is it so hard to find one!? Can anyone help?

      • Santhosh Kumar says:

        I already have windows 7 enterprise but i wrongly removed mbr to kali linux now i cant open any windows as it says no operating system …can i use any other windows 7 home cd to restore my window and its partioning data…pls help me

  56. Renato Bosa says:

    Is each product key linked to one language?
    Or can I reinstall my windows with other language, using the same license I have purshased?

  57. mike says:

    where is the windows 7 64 or 32 bit in chinese simplified or chinese traditional version??
    I downloaded the chinese version up site but there is only chinese taiwan language to choose.

  58. cowykillr says:

    I purchased Windows Professional 7 64 bit awhile ago as an upgrade. i just did a fresh install with the CD i ordered with it, but it says that my key is only good for upgrading not fresh installs. Any insight?

  59. nchethan says:

    dear lovejeet,
    can you tell me if there is any official link to buy the product key online in india. microsoft store in india shows only windows 8.
    I used the above links to download and try win7 on my netbook. Its been great on my netbook. i want to purchase it right now i’ve 15 days left for trial version o end. Can you let me know from where i can buy a key?
    mail id:

  60. James LaBarre says:

    This is only half of the solution. I still need to find a legal/legitimate source for Win7 ***KEYS***. I’m trying to upgrade a homebuilt system from XP, as well as a couple Virtualbox VMs. Of course, I could just as easily tell my brother (who has the homebuilt system) that he’s going to have to move to Linux, since MS doesn’t want to sell a MSWin version that will run on his hardware (no NX bit in the CPU). I’d have no problem removing MSWin from another system.

  61. srikar says:

    i had windows 7 home basic i installed windows 7 ultimate 64 bit but i lost my network and dvd rom drivers and when i downloaded the drivers from another source they weren’t getting installed….

  62. Nestor says:

    i get to the point where it says install windows, but then it says that the drivers are not in the file that i downloaded.

  63. Adam says:

    Thank you for the links.
    I find it VERY disappointing that these links are not in a Microsoft or Windows domain but that’s Microsoft for you.

      • Espen Kristoffersen says:

        I have the same problem. The download seem to get interrupted randomly. Several friends of mine with different kind of connections and equipment are also experiencing the same.
        It never interrupts at the same place twice.

  64. mike says:

    Ive used Win 7 USB tool, Rufus and unetbootin to try and make a bootable USB with these. Everytime it fails on extraction. Ive tried with all links

    • Espen Kristoffersen says:

      Are you sure the files are fully downloaded? I advice you to check your file size and then the original file size.

  65. joseph says:

    Where can i get Windows 7 Home Basic x86 original iso?
    I have the original serial key but I dont have the original instalation dvd,
    I tried one that I got from the torrent but it wont activate.
    Can you help me?

  66. Guy Fawkes says:

    Would you help me? I Have Home basic 64 bit OEM License.
    I Need Offical Windows 7 Home basic 64 bit iso file please help!

  67. Akuma says:

    HI everyone it is very easy to get product key just search in youtube or google on files called windows 7 loader after install windows 7 start use the program loader 7 then press on unistall then restart your windows then use the same program then press on install then restart your windows and done

  68. |V3nom| says:

    i was surprised when the download worked! always a little cautious when downloading things from sites i dont normally use. good to know this ones legit. :)

    i didnt have any problems with anything either. it downloaded just fine and worked great with the windows usb tool. got an old laptop running win7 32bit from xp which was a HUGE improvement! like no comparison. thanks techverse. :)

    • Chars says:

      You might find some help here, www(dot)windows8keysonline(dot)com,there are a lot activation code can be used for your reference.I bought it here until now it works very well !

  69. rob says:

    yep the connection stops at 99.93% and refuses to connect with a download manager and a working internet. I’m guessing this is malware.

  70. Nish says:

    Thanks for providing these links. Although, I am using Free Download Manager the download stops as 99%!!!! Any clue how to get over this issue?

  71. Faris Nafi says:

    somethings wrong with the link, when i try to download Win7 Home Premium it say ”

    The Page or File You Requested Could Not Be Provided”

    the file must been broken or deleted, please fix the link

  72. Silellak says:

    This is probably a long shot, but does anyone have a mirror for these ISOs while the Microsoft links are down? Was really hoping to set up Bootcamp today.

  73. Harmanpreet says:

    will you keep us up to date about when the O.S. will be available again for Download. I really need it !!

    And my friends needs WIn 7 Pro 32/64 bit

    Nothing is working currently.

  74. Hakouna Matata Madafaka says:

    Links still broken. What does Microsoft have in mind? They prefer the ‘piratebay-like’ sharing? with keygen, viruses, trojans, …..?
    I’m about to give up, checking these links every hour since two days…

  75. KD says:

    A short question: i’m trying to install Windows 7 on my iMac via Bootcamp which is why i need the ISO image, but would i need the SP1 image or would the non-SP1 image work just as well? Thanks

  76. Rayvier says:

    I downloaded the RTM to try to fix Win 7 HP (32-bit) on a friend’s laptop. I managed to get it to boot but when I click on Repair My Computer it just stops. Anyone have any ideas? Is this because it’s not SP1? I’m at a dead end. I used to never have issues with these.

  77. bdeyes says:


    Just had to post response to complaints below.
    2% Rule applies (Got to be 2% smarter than whatever you’re working on).

    Had no problem with your RTM link download and install.

    Link works fine. Download is legit. Have installed WIN7 Ultimate 64-Bit fine with my license key.

    Also thank you for the update/explanation about MS download site.

    Went there from WIN7 Forums link and could not figure out why I could not get their download link to work.

  78. lias says:

    The Page or File You Requested Could Not Be Provided
    The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.

    HTTP Error 404 – File or directory not found.progress site maintenance right?

  79. gilligan says:

    Still down 4 days later. Is it possible these links are gone for good? What terrible timing for maintenance down time with XP support being discontinued very soon.

  80. acharles says:

    It would be helpful to post hashes for these iso files so that those who try alternate download means can check if their download is legitimate.

  81. kailesh says:

    hi there .. i bought a used laptop which has windows 7 home basic 64 bit … i want to format it … but unfortunately i did not get the original disc that comes along with the package … any chances of finding the windows home basic 64 bit iso from anywhere?

    • Ankit says:

      Now a days u generally don’t get any original disc. There is a hidden partition inside your drive that stores the original windows its key and all the necessary drivers. Just go to system restore option of your BIOS and format it to the factory settings.

  82. davo says:

    I have a oem version of windows 7 home premium 32bit, would I be able to download and use the 64bit version using my product key?
    I also have a laptop with windows 7 but it didn’t come with a disk, would I be able to download a copy from here to do a fresh install using the key that is written on the laptop?

    • lovejeet says:

      Yes, you will be able to activate a 64bit copy of windows 7 premium using the product key from a 32bit version of windows 7 premium.

      As for the laptop, download and install the same version of windows 7 that came with your laptop and use the product key provided with your laptop to activate it.

    • lovejeet says:

      You can either burn the downloaded windows 7 ISO to a DVD or create a bootable USB Flash Drive using it. Check the links provided in the article for instructions to create a bootable USB Flash Drive.

  83. Wan Zulkarnain says:

    is this download link are with service pack 1?

    why the size is nearly same with iso without service pack 1?

  84. GwenKillerby says:

    ” Using pirated copies of windows 7 on your computer will compromise your private data to hackers and other cyber criminals”
    As opposed to Microsoft which doesn’t do any spying??? Keep dreaming.
    Any upgrade on any piece of software is designed to
    a] spy better on the end user,
    b] protect themselves from copying their stuff
    c] make stuff harder for the user in general. i.e. to “get away with stuff”.
    I don’t really begrudge them that, cos presumably they earn it, but …..
    jussayin … let’s not be naive about it. I see enough, too much gullibility in church as it is no need for more.

    • Sach says:

      But with Micro$oft it’s legal as the government wants them to.
      And the Government won’t empty your account like hackers would. That is until the $ collapses.

  85. CL says:

    Thanks dude, my refurb desktop only came with the 32-bit disk. It worked flawlessly, and the simple app you recommended to create a bootable USB with the iso is so easy to use, you made my life easy. Appreciate that, and please ignore all the idiotic bashers and cheapo who are clueless and gullible.

  86. Lonewolf says:

    hey, just wondering, I have my activation key on the bottom of my laptop and I would like to reinstall windows 7 ultimate 64 bit using the link above and I was gonna use my activation key at the bottom of my laptop, would that work?

  87. Lonewolf says:

    hey lovejeet, can I ask u a question? I am having this kind of problem that is, what happens if your os(windows) gets corrupted. And when i asked for help they say you can’t change or reinstall windows on that kind of PC because it has something to do with your os. Any idea? Thanks.

    • lovejeet says:

      Hi Lonewolf, you can re install windows 7 on your computer without any problem. However, you should take a backup of your important data before that.

      • Edvin says:

        can i always reinstall windows? so it doesn’t matter how much i screw up my system i can always reinstall windows?

  88. dramillz says:

    dont noe if ur still answering question but i got one i need to convert my hard drive from mbr to gpt and it will not let me do it .. buy the way im trying to install windows 7 64 bit

    • Imam Bakshi says:

      First of all you go to Bios sating. your problem is there. This type issues is only for HP Note books.

  89. Mohammed Ihlas says:

    Hello Lovejeet,Sir,Will the Windows 7 Setup ask me for a Product key when Installing?Please reply me soon sir,Awaiting your answer!!!!

      • Mohammed Ihlas says:

        Oh Thank you for the reply sir!!!I was waiting for your reply for a long time!!Thank you for replying sir,Thank you very much :)

  90. NetAdmin says:

    Was unable to activate an OEM license key for Home Premium x64 on a new dell workstation using the product key on the sticker, and the ISO provided by digital river. By the looks of it, this has been the case for most people. I have personally tried this ISO for two completely different machines, both they wouldn’t activate with their OEM license because it is apparently a VL install. I can’t speak for the other ISO’s.

    • sach says:

      Meant to reply here
      I support Dell PCs in my job.
      DELL has an OEM disc which is usually BIOS locked. The Keys are different as you cannot usually use a Dell Windows key on a non-Dell disc, if you do it either will say it’s an invalid key or if it does work will later say (could be a few months later) “you may have a pirate copy of windows”, and then shut down soon after..
      Some Dell Windows discs install onto a Dell PC and never ask for the key, this is because it detects the BIOS and knows it’s on a Dell.
      Hope this helps.
      You can find the Dell discs on Ebay cheap if you need them, I have loads of them but you are not supposed to resell them so I don’t.

  91. Drew says:

    I downloaded the file for Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, but it will not work when I use it in the windows usb/dvd download tool. Any suggestions or tips?

  92. Sach says:

    I support Dell PCs in my job.
    DELL has an OEM disc which is usually BIOS locked. The Keys are different as you cannot usually use a Dell Windows key on a non-Dell disc, if you do it either will say it’s an invalid key or if it does work will later say (could be a few months later) “you may have a pirate copy of windows”, and then shut down soon after..
    Some Dell Windows discs install onto a Dell PC and never ask for the key, this is because it detects the BIOS and knows it’s on a Dell.
    Hope this helps.
    I have many Dell and HP/Compaq some Fujitsu and other OEM Windows Discs NT4, 2000, XP, Vista & 7 in 32 and 64 bit. If you want to host these as well I could make ISOs for you.

    • lovejeet says:

      Thanks for your offer Sach. But as microsoft has advised to download windows 7 ISO’s from digital river, most windows users wont download the ISO files from anywhere except the Digitalriver’s severs.

  93. strahinja says:

    when i put in bios cd/dvd rw……….after that installation need to start but only start to fix this?when i start setup i can’t format,delete….. partitions

  94. The Lost1 says:

    OK…I have tried 5 different times using the link downloads above as well as other files from other suggestion sites and I have tried winrar and rufus and the windows 7 usb/dvd download tool. Each and every attempt have one of two results…

    1. I get an error message saying “this is not a valid iso file.

    2. it goes to the “Setup is Starting” and the mouse pointer changes to the blue spinning ring and then seems to go no further. I get it to this point in the morning and at bedtime i just cover the screen in hopes that it will finally actually run the setup and when i wake up i look at it and it hasn’t changed.

    What am I missing here???

  95. rick says:

    My laptop is 3 years old and
    windows crashed and goes to a screen that says a recent hardware or software change might be the cause.
    to insert windows installation disc and restart computer. It never came with install disc.
    Are these the links I would need to download and burn to disk to make a disc to fix the problem? the key code sticker on bottom of my laptop says home premium.
    been googling this problem for like a week and even on the Microsoft website found no help

    • lovejeet says:

      Yes, you can download the Windows 7 Home Premium ISO from the links provided above and use it to install windows 7 on your laptop. The key code provided on the bottom of your laptop can be used to activate your windows 7 home premium installation.

  96. jord says:

    I made a bootable USB and followed all the steps, but when the pc is collecting the information I get a message that a driver is missing. So I’m stuck now. Can someone help me out?

  97. Basavaraj Negimani says:

    When I start my PC, it shows DQS training failed on previous boot, reverted to slower DRAM speed.Press F1.

    And After F1, Press F2 to load defualt values and continue.
    I discussed in many communities, all of them given wrong solutions.
    please give me correct solution. I have last faith on you.

  98. strahinja says:

    Thanks for your answer but that not work.I use Microsoft sc/dvs download tool to make bootable cd,then I go to bios.i now have windows 8.1 pro.That’s is best windows 20 sec.startup,25 sec shutdown.

  99. Ram says:

    hi..originally mine was a windows 7 home premium 32 bit lenovo laptop…through my friends dvd i upgraded to windows 8..and then to 8.1 pro preview version(not through official microsoft version) my laptop is not booting and when i am about to reset it asks for windows installation or recovery media…i tried my bootable dvd of win 7 32 bit..but its showing invalid…i have the product key of win 7..but not that of win 8.1…can anyone help me please

    • Phil says:

      These downloads are only for people already owning a license, if you do so and it’s on a laptop the product / serial key usually will be on a sticker at the bottom of your laptop ;)

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