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Old 03-05-2011, 05:25 AM   #1
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I have purchased keys, I just need to download an iso of Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. I found an address at Microsoft that allows downloads of professional, but I need ultimate. Help will be appreciated.

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The only legal place to download ISO's is from Microsoft (or their program w/Digital River if that's still going on). At Microsoft you'll need a subscription to TechNet or MSDN in order to access the Subscriber Downloads.

Where did you purchase the keys from? They should be able to supply you with a download link (if they're legitimate).

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Hu John,
I appreciate your response, I bought the keys at Windows 7 key sale
Digital River doesn't have Ultimate available, Amazon is listed as having it but link is broken. I hadn't anticipated a problem finding a download since it would be useless without an authentic key.
Hope someone knows where I can find one.
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Hu John,
I appreciate your response, I bought the keys at Windows 7 key sale
Digital River doesn't have Ultimate available, Amazon is listed as having it but link is broken. I hadn't anticipated a problem finding a download since it would be useless without an authentic key.
Hope someone knows where I can find one.
Thanks,
Ashley
those are not legal keys at that site. even if they were, you cannot use them since they are oem and oem keys can only be used by a newly built computer that never had windows installed on it.
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Usasma is correct; the only legal way to download the ISOs is through Technet or MSDN.

I suggest you purchase a genuine version of Windows, complete with a key and DVD. Try newegg.com.
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Hi sobeit.
I appreciate your input. I am building a new computer.
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Thanks Jonathan. starting to look like I may be out 32 bucks. If this will be my greatest disapointment in life I will have no complaints.
Thanks Guys for the help, I may look around a little more.
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