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nekrosoft13 01-29-10 05:06 PM

Post-Windows 7 RTM Windows Build 6.1.7700 Leaked Information
 
Not only is Microsoft hard at work on producing the first major update to the latest iteration of the Windows client, but the company is also working on the evolution of Windows beyond Service Pack 1. In this regard, the software giant has reportedly put together a post-Windows 7 RTM development milestone of Windows, full build string 6.1.7700.0.100122-1900. According to Wzor, Build 7601.16486.100115-1536 does not belong to the Service Pack branch of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, but to the winmain branch.

The source of the information is not mentioning whether Build 7700.0.100122-1900 is a step forward on the path that will ultimately lead Microsoft to produce Windows 8. However, Wzor notes that the company is working on the development of the new Windows operating system. Both leaked information and screenshots have been leaked in the wild. Build 6.1.7700.0.100122-1900 actually refers to a copy of Windows Server 2008 R2.

Users following Microsoft closely undoubtedly already know that the release to manufacturing (RTM) Build of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 was 6.1.7600.16385. In this regard, itís obvious that 6.1.7700.0.100122-1900 of Windows Server 2008 R2 actually supersedes the final development milestone of Windows 7 client and server releases, which was wrapped up on July 22nd, 2009.

At the bottom of this article, you will be able to see screenshots of Windows Server 2008 R2 Build 6.1.7700.0.100122-1900. The promise from Wzor is that details on Build 7700.0.100122-1900 of the Windows client are also coming. At this point in time, the actual bits for Build 6.1.7700.0.100122-1900 have not been leaked in the wild.

Here is the information accompanying Windows Server 2008 R2 Build 6.1.7700.0.100122-1900: SHA1: 587076ADBA10F47DB5E59597CBEBB10AB0236741, MD5: 6E9EBB5615CA0E80B1199A12F929178D and CRC: 319B2D13. A Microsoft employee leaked information at the start of December 2009 indicating that Windows 8 will be RTMíd in 2011, and that Windows 8 Server (Windows Server 2012) will follow in 2012.

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new version of windows 7 and server 2008 R2 has leaked, dated fom January 22 2010


MICROSOFT.WINDOWS.7.POST-RTM.7700.X64.RETAIL.ENGLISH.DVD
FILE: 7700.0.100122-1900_x64fre_client_en-us-GRMCXFRE_EN_DVD.iso
SIZE: 3,231,166,464 byte
SHA1: C0CB719B781D49B39D8CC93A27F990A366B8E4C7
MD5: EBEB8AEC73339536564D26DB584A9474
CRC: B3F323D6

MICROSOFT.SERVER.2008.R2.POST-RTM.7700.X64.VOLUME.ENGLISH.DVD
FILE: 7700.0.100122-1900_x64fre_server_en-us_VL-GRMSXVOL_EN_DVD.iso
SIZE: 3,064,651,776 byte
SHA1: 587076ADBA10F47DB5E59597CBEBB10AB0236741
MD5: 6E9EBB5615CA0E80B1199A12F929178D
CRC: 319B2D13

K007 01-29-10 08:18 PM

Re: Post-Windows 7 RTM Windows Build 6.1.7700 Leaked Information
 
Cool....but what does this mean? Is this SP1?

nekrosoft13 01-29-10 08:23 PM

Re: Post-Windows 7 RTM Windows Build 6.1.7700 Leaked Information
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by K007 (Post 2175802)
Cool....but what does this mean? Is this SP1?

no


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