Download Windows 7 SP1 ISO ( 32bit / 64bit )

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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 had not bothered to create a backup copy of his windows 7 Disk beforehand. So i had to lend him the Original copy of Windows 7 disk. However if something similar happens with you and you cannot source out a windows 7 disk from your friends or relatives, continue reading on to find out how you can download a copy of the Windows 7 ISO image officially from Microsoft for free.

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 usually 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 various spywares hidden in them, which are almost undetectable by most antiviruses. Using a pirated copy of windows 7 on your computer will compromise your private data to hackers and at the same time you will not be able to receive major updates for bug fixes and security.

Microsoft offers free downloads for most of 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 day trial period. Once installed, you can use your Original windows 7 key to activate your windows 7 installation.

Download Windows 7 ( x86 / x64 ) ISO Images Direct from Microsoft

Download Windows 7 SP1  ( x86 / x64 ) ISO Images Direct from Softpedia

Apart from the above links provided by softpedia, you can also download Windows 7 ISO files from third party mirrors on the web. However make sure to verify the MD5 hashtags of these ISO files. Download Windows 7 from Microsoft Product Recovery

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 either 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.

How to Download Windows 7 ISO with a Genuine Product Key

Alternatively, for those who have a genuine Windows 7 key, here’s how you can use it to download a Windows 7 ISO for free. Alternatively, if your Windows PC came installed with genuine Windows 7, you can use a free program like Magic Jellybean Keyfinder to view your key.

Head over to http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-recovery and enter your genuine windows 7 product key and choose a language.

Note: You might have problem verifying OEM Windows 7 keys. If you face any problems contact Microsoft directly or your OEM key provider.

Wait for a few seconds for your key to be verified and you will be able to download a ISO image of Windows 7. Since the ISO image will be more than 2GB in size, it is recommended to use a Download manager to download it successfully. Once you’ve downloaded the ISO images, you can then use Rufus to create a bootable Windows 7 ISO and proceed with installing Windows 7 on your PC.

How to Create a Bootable Windows 7 USB flash drive to install Windows 7

Once you’ve downloaded the ISO images, you can then use Rufus to create a bootable Windows 7 ISO and proceed with installing Windows 7 on your PC. Follow the instructions provided in the link below to create a bootable windows 7 USB flash drive.

Read: How to Create a bootable Windows 7 USB flash drive.

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. The installation was Running on my fierce pc.

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Download Windows 7 SP1 ISO ( x86 / x64 ) Image

  • Windows 7 32-bit Ultimate x86 English
  • Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate x64 English
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 English
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 English
  • Windows 7 32-bit Home Premium x86 English
  • Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium X64 English
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Chinese
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Chinese
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Danish
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Danish
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Dutch
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Dutch
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Finnish
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Finnish
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 French
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 French
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 German
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 German
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Italian
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Italian
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Norwegian
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Norwegian
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Portuguese
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Portuguese
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Spanish
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Spanish
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 Swedish
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 Swedish
  • Windows 7 32-bit Professional K x86 Korean
  • Windows 7 64-bit Professional K x64 Korean

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977 comments

  • Looks like Microsoft has stopped supporting Windows 7 or something? I just spent over 2 hours on the phone/chat with tech support trying to get a windows 7 download from them, and after all that time they’re like “Something’s up with the network, try again in an hour, bye.” and that’s it. They acted like a download of Windows 7 is something they don’t do any more and were making a special case for me.

        • Really? I will never enter my product key on page without SECURE(HTTPS) connection and encryption. If you open the download page on Microsoft website you wll see that the connection is NOT secure. Everything you enter can be intercepted between you and the download page. This is outrageous security flaw!

  • Hi Paul, thanks for sharing the image source 🙂 and your informative guidance. Now my system is perfect! Nevertheless, I did all back up as advised. Greatly appreciate your help….. 🙂

  • practically useless
    1.] all links are dead.
    2.] not usable for pre-instaled OEM (when os is included with PC)

      • When you enter key from pre-instaled OEM (dell, hp, lenovo, …) Microsoft tell you “sorry, medium is not available for pre-sale OEM, contact your manufacturer…”.

        • Ah right, I though you were meaning that, the downloads only work for retail keys afaik, I do have a universal disc, please see my other posts.

    • Microsoft has stopped anyone just downloading them freely, you now need a product key to download them:(

  • I have two dead hard drives in two computers. As many other have done, tried downloading the Windows 7 Recovery ISO, only to learn OEM not supported.

    The manufacturer tech support claim they can only offer upgrade to Windows 8.1

    Any ideas?

    Need Win 7 Professional 64 bit and Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit. I have the legit product keys. (the original OEM keys).

    All and any help appreciated.

  • practically useless
    1.] all links are dead.
    2.] not usable for pre-instaled OEM (when os is included with PC)

  • This information is inaccurate in a very important sense. Here’s the error I got.

    “Unsupported Product
    The product key you entered appears to be for software that was pre-installed on a device. Please contact the device manufacturer for software recovery options.”

    So, I have a valid key, and yet cannot download the ISO file. Getting one from Lenovo is a pain, you have to buy it and wait for shipment.
    And for once I thought Microsoft might actually be thinking of the customer, looks like that didn’t last for long. Good thing I downloaded several of the isos and kept them (strike while the iron is hot).

    • Yeah the .ISO’s from MS only work for retail keys and not OEM! I have one .ISO, so one disc/USB for 9 versions of Windows 7 🙂 Which I made from 2 of the .ISO files when they were available, if you would like a link to the .ISO, email : it-service@live.co.uk : 🙂 🙂

  • It is not true that you can download it directly from microsoft if you have a valide key. I have a valid OEM windows 7 key and they are refusing to give me the ISO image, saying I should “contact my manufacturer” (which I can’t do since I bought the now lost DVD from a person)

  • What is wrong with MS? Please provide your genuine customers with means to download their purchased product! The new site does not work in 90% of the cases (invalid language or contact your oem or…) MS clearly wants their customers to download their software from untrusted sources cause that’s the only practical way to get it. Why would MS make it difficult and why would they even need to ‘validate’ the entered product key? Really… what’s the purpose of it… They can already check if you’re ‘legal’ by checking the entered serial after installation… Recover my software my ass… completely useless for 99% of the Windows users.

  • hey i used this site for my pc since i had a win7 home prem key , but i trying to help my buddy with hes laptop and he has win 8 64bit , and im lost on window8 this is is weird tried to give one of my window7 and doesnt work .. someone help me he has a window 8 64bits OEM not sure but i think the OEM thing is blocking me to install window 7 on it , i would like help or a window 8 6 bits iso for OEM or anything :/

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