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Old 07-16-09, 11:34 AM   #1
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Default 7600.16385.win7_rtm.090713-1255 leaking

Coming out of China, both x86 and x64. Current leaks appear to be ISO files extracted and compressed in rar. Should be done downloading soon.
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Old 07-16-09, 12:05 PM   #2
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Coming out of China, both x86 and x64. Current leaks appear to be ISO files extracted and compressed in rar. Should be done downloading soon.
what do you mean by that?
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Maybe he means they were taken from the VHD?
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what do you mean by that?
The single .iso file is split and compressed into different part .rar files and you need to extract it out?
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Default Re: 7600.16385.win7_rtm.090713-1255 leaking

No, the x86 version anyway is not an iso file that has been rared. The contents of the ISO file were extracted, then compressed into rar file. So when you unrar the files, you literally have the files as if they were extracted from the iso. Digital signatures still intact, so it appears nothing has been tampered with. I will have x64 soon enough -- that is supposedly a rared iso file.

Also, torrents are up on all the usual places

Edit: 64bit is same as x86. Rar contains contents of ISO, but not an actual ISO itself.
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Old 07-16-09, 01:42 PM   #6
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Only idiot would download leaked pirated copies of ANYTHING, as it could contain tons of malware, backdoors, etc.

In my opinion, 99% of viruses comes from warez sites. Using SW only from legal and trusted sources = staying virus free.
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No, the x86 version anyway is not an iso file that has been rared. The contents of the ISO file were extracted, then compressed into rar file. So when you unrar the files, you literally have the files as if they were extracted from the iso. Digital signatures still intact, so it appears nothing has been tampered with. I will have x64 soon enough -- that is supposedly a rared iso file.

Also, torrents are up on all the usual places

Edit: 64bit is same as x86. Rar contains contents of ISO, but not an actual ISO itself.
that just stupid
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Desktop shot. Nothing new -- asks which version you want to install upon setup.
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Only idiot would download leaked pirated copies of ANYTHING, as it could contain tons of malware, backdoors, etc.

In my opinion, 99% of viruses comes from warez sites. Using SW only from legal and trusted sources = staying virus free.
Not this again.
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Not this again.
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Old 07-16-09, 03:44 PM   #11
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Well with this version are you able to make a toolbar by right clicking on the taskbar then when it's created can you drag it to another side of the screen and create a seperate toolbar from the taskbar like you could in XP and Vista?
That is one thing I really hate that they got rid of in Win 7 RC and was hoping it would return in the final version.
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Only idiot would download leaked pirated copies of ANYTHING, as it could contain tons of malware, backdoors, etc.

In my opinion, 99% of viruses comes from warez sites. Using SW only from legal and trusted sources = staying virus free.
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