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Windows 7 SP1 AIO (5-in-1) x86 En-US March 2015-Murphy78

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Windows 7 SP1 AIO (5-in-1) x86 En-US March 2015-Murphy78

Windows 7 SP1 AIO (5-in-1) x86 En-US March 2015-Murphy78 | Size 3.48 GB

Release Date : March 2015
Languages : English - United States

murphy78 presents Windows 7 5in1 SP1 x86 en-US Mar2015 Contains Windows Updates current to Mar9-2014 patch date

No Windows 7 Settings were harmed in the making of this ISO.
No Programs are added to Windows.
No Unattended Settings were added to the installation.
No Registry Settings were modified.

Release File: Win7_5in1-SP1-x86-Mar2015-en-US.iso
Size: 3.48 GB
SHA-1: 691F36D60E9042946C14E308D9256CC9794431E5

32-bit MSDN Sources:

Installation Indexes:
Windows 7 Home Basic
Windows 7 Home Premium
Windows 7 Professional
Windows 7 Ultimate
Windows 7 Enterprise

Tools used:
Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset 7.0
imagex for image compression, renaming, and export
dism for Windows Updates integration and mounted file copy
oscdimg for ISO mastering
Added Info folder to Setup dir to annoy credit thieves.

DISM /add-package (IE11, PreReqs, and KB2929437):
KB2670838, KB2726535, KB2729094-v2, KB2786081, KB2834140, KB2929437
IE-Win7.cab, IE-Hyphenation, IE-Spelling-en

DISM /add-package (Main Updates):
KB2479943, KB2491683, KB2503665, KB2506212, KB2506928-v2, KB2509553,
KB2511455, KB2515325, KB2532531, KB2536275, KB2536276-v2, KB2544893,
KB2545698, KB2547666, KB2552343, KB2560656, KB2563227, KB2564958,
KB2570947, KB2574819-v2, KB2579686, KB2585542, KB2592687, KB2604115,
KB2619339, KB2620704, KB2621440, KB2631813, KB2640148-v2, KB2644615,
KB2647753-v4, KB2653956, KB2654428, KB2656356, KB2660075, KB2667402-v2,
KB2676562, KB2685811, KB2685813, KB2685939, KB2690533, KB2698365,
KB2705219-v2, KB2712808, KB2718704, KB2719857, KB2727528, KB2729452,
KB2732059-v5, KB2732487-v2, KB2736422, KB2742599, KB2750841, KB2761217,
KB2763523, KB2770660, KB2773072, KB2789645, KB2798162, KB2799926,
KB2800095-v2, KB2803821-v2, KB2807986, KB2808679, KB2813347, KB2813430,
KB2820331, KB2832414, KB2835361, KB2836942, KB2836943-v2, KB2839894,
KB2840149, KB2840631, KB2843630-v3, KB2846960, KB2847927, KB2852386,
KB2853952, KB2859537, KB2861191, KB2861698, KB2862152, KB2862330-v2,
KB2862335, KB2862973, KB2864058, KB2864202, KB2868038, KB2868116,
KB2868626, KB2871997-v2, KB2882822, KB2884256, KB2887069, KB2888049,
KB2891804, KB2892074, KB2893294, KB2893519, KB2894844, KB2900986,
KB2908783, KB2911501, KB2912390, KB2918077, KB2918614, KB2919469,
KB2922229, KB2928562, KB2929733, KB2931356, KB2937610, KB2939576,
KB2943357, KB2957189, KB2957503, KB2957509, KB2961072, KB2966583,
KB2968294, KB2970228, KB2971850, KB2972100, KB2972211, KB2972280,
KB2973112, KB2973201, KB2973351, KB2976897, KB2977292, KB2977728,
KB2978092, KB2978120, KB2978668, KB2978742, KB2979570, KB2984972,
KB2984976, KB2985461, KB2991963, KB2992611, KB2993651, KB2993958,
KB3003743, KB3004361, KB3004375-v3, KB3005607, KB3005788, KB3006121,
KB3006137, KB3006226, KB3006625, KB3008627, KB3010788, KB3011780,
KB3013410, KB3014406, KB3019215, KB3019978, KB3020338, KB3021674,
KB3021917, KB3022777, KB3030377, KB3031432, KB3032323, KB3033889,
KB3033929, KB3034344, KB3035017, KB3035126, KB3035131, KB3035132,
KB3036493, KB3039066, KB3046049, KB971033, KB982018-v3, KB2830477,
KB2857650, KB2923545, KB2965788, KB2984981, KB2994023

DISM /add-package (IE11 Updates)
KB2976627, KB3021952, KB3032359, KB3023607

DISM /add-package (7.6.7600.320 Windows Update - Self-Update)
WUClient-ActiveX, WUClient-Aux-TopLevel, WUClient-Core-TopLevel

SetupComplete.cmd phase:
KB2533552, KB3020388 (online-only updates)

-Internet Explorer 11
-NetFx452 installer and updates in ISO folder for optional installs.
-DaRT7.0 recovery-mode options integrated into boot and winre.

-Switched to 5in1. It seems a lot of people were using them for
their home systems and did not have ult/ent versions. This is
the extent of win7 versions I'm willing to add.

Note: If you're a fan of the OEM branding that used to be in the AIO versions, you can check out the projects on MDL. There's a project called "System Brand Changer" by Alphawaves that will allow you to change your system folder logos and desktop background to appropriate images based on a motherboard of your choosing. I use it and I love it.

**Determine how you want to activate before installing**:
-Use Microsoft Toolkit KMS activator for Enterprise
-Use Windows Loader for BIOS-boot MBR-partitioned Ultimate

Alphawaves, The_Guardian, searchengine - System Brand Changer project CODYQX4 - Microsoft Toolkit KMS Activator for Enterprise
Daz - Windows Loader 2.2.2 Activator for BIOS murphy78 - Integration, ISO design and testing


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