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.
Just download the desired Official Windows 7 SP1 Bootable ISO image and burn to a DVD. Next time you perform a clean installation of Windows 7 on your system, you don’t need to download and install SP1 as it’s already integrated with Windows 7. You can download all major editions of Windows 7 in English (USA) – Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate. They are available for x86 and x64 systems.
Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO Download Links (English)
Windows 7 Home Premium x86 SP1 – X17-24208.iso (bootable)
Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1 – X17-24209.iso (bootable)
Windows 7 Professional x86 SP1 – X17-24280.iso (bootable)
Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 – X17-24281.iso (bootable)
Windows 7 Ultimate x86 SP1 – X17-24394.iso (bootable)
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 – X17-24395.iso (bootable)
The Windows 7 SP1 ISO is available in Chinese, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. Visit HeiDoc.net for additional links and detailed information. There you will also find download links for Windows 7 RTM ISO (both x86 and x64).
These are NOT illegal – These are just the download links for Windows 7 SP1 ISO which is a retail package that offers a 30-day trial period. You need to activate your Windows afterwards with a genuine license activation key to continue using it. Downloading these files from Digital River is absolutely legal and completely free of charge.
Install any Windows 7 Edition –
The Bootable ISO image can be easily converted into a Universal Installation Media supporting all Windows 7 editions. There’s only a single file that needs to be removed on the DVD. The file named ei.cfg in the sources folder restricts the choice of Windows editions that can be installed with that particular DVD. To remove it, you can manually delete the file from sources folder or just use the ei.cfg Removal Utility to do it easily.