Microsoft releases Windows 7 Service Pack 1 RTM for Public

6 Responses

  1. David Macdonald Ajang says:

    What are the “Standalone debugging symbols” for? Do we need it? What’s the differences between “Checked” & “free”?

  2. Computer Tech 101 says:

    Windows 7 service pack 1 (which I will only comment on as I am not using Windows server 2008 at home or at work, they are hell bent on using Windows server 2000! lol) it seems to work pretty good although some people have come to me with issues saying that their computer blue screened after their computer rebooted. I instructed them to do a system restore as the system boot repair doesn’t seem to solve this specific issue.
    This seems to happen with some systems that don’t have up to date video hardware as it’s a video card issue. Some file in the service pack changes and or enhances video performance which can effect older video cards which in turn will give you the BSOD.
    Anyhow that’s my experience with Windows 7 service pack 1.
    Other than that, it’s great !!!

  3. Ihsaanwant says:

    I have windows 7 ultimate (x64) installed on my laptop.
    how do I install sp1?

  1. February 23, 2011

    […] UPDATE – Download Windows 7 Service Pack 1 RTM (KB976932) […]

  2. June 3, 2011
  3. July 31, 2011

    […] Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (KB976932) was released publicly in February earlier this year via Automatic updates and Standalone SP1 Installer for both 32-bit & 64-bit edition. The official download links for Windows 7 RTM DVD ISO images are across the web since long and now the Official Windows 7 ISO with SP1 Integrated can now be downloaded directly from Digital River, which is Microsoft’s online distribution partner. […]

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