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Old 05-29-09, 12:11 AM   #13
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Default Re: Windows 7 7137 x64/x86 in the wild!

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None of the builds I found match the MD5 listed...
The build I downloaded got MD5 matched, I read posts on neowin forum that if MD5 listed are not matched then you got the builds that been tamped with trojans and malwares. Make sure you got the one with matched MD5 listed that are the clean builds.
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Old 05-29-09, 01:39 AM   #14
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Default Re: Windows 7 7137 x64/x86 in the wild!

so those of you who got it, is there anything noticeably different? Or is it just a bunch of small bug fixes that aren't noticeable. Any changelog anywhere?
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Downloading both versions now. Man i never even got the chance to use 7127!
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None of the builds I found match the MD5 listed...
I grabbed 2 copies of x64 and one of x86 all the MD5s matched.
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Just installed it, running it now. So far it seems to be exactly the same as RC1 7100.
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what do you mean by the MD5 thing? how can you check?
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what do you mean by the MD5 thing? how can you check?
md5 hash check, to make sure the file is "untouched". each file has its own unique md5 hash.

use http://www.fastsum.com/press/md5-hash.php to quickly check the hash of the file.
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So where do you get the keys than if its a torrent?
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md5 hash check, to make sure the file is "untouched". each file has its own unique md5 hash.

use http://www.fastsum.com/press/md5-hash.php to quickly check the hash of the file.
haha thanks danny. so what am I looking for when I do it so I know it's a legit build? Like it's not gonna pop up and say "this windows is legit"....
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So where do you get the keys than if its a torrent?
Release Candidate keys should work with it.
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haha thanks danny. so what am I looking for when I do it so I know it's a legit build? Like it's not gonna pop up and say "this windows is legit"....
Just run the hash checker on the iso you downloaded, then check it against known "clean" hashes. I provided them below.

64 bit:
crc: 06047573
md5: 0D863472414EFC337D032E8ED33C347B
sha1: 8E35D15281A554FD890AD682249E485B9B82278C

32 bit:
crc: 3D4EEF0C
md5: 2F7520915DFF55380E979E67AE4687DB
sha1: FF9C8751095E77BE0FD4A0A0A937E3EAB0C18943
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Just run the hash checker on the iso you downloaded, then check it against known "clean" hashes. I provided them below.

64 bit:
crc: 06047573
md5: 0D863472414EFC337D032E8ED33C347B
sha1: 8E35D15281A554FD890AD682249E485B9B82278C

32 bit:
crc: 3D4EEF0C
md5: 2F7520915DFF55380E979E67AE4687DB
sha1: FF9C8751095E77BE0FD4A0A0A937E3EAB0C18943
alright mine's legit. thanks!
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