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How to Download and Install Windows 7 SP1 All in One ISO by faXcooL




If you are looking for a complete and reliable version of Windows 7 that includes all the available editions and service pack 1, you may want to check out the Windows 7 SP1 All in One ISO by faXcooL. This is a bootable ISO image that contains the following versions of Windows 7:



  • Windows 7 Starter 32-bit



  • Windows 7 Home Basic 32/64-bit



  • Windows 7 Home Premium 32/64-bit



  • Windows 7 Professional 32/64-bit



  • Windows 7 Enterprise 32/64-bit



  • Windows 7 Ultimate 32/64-bit




This ISO image is activated (no serial needed) and genuine (Windows Update is available). It also includes some improvements and fixes that were released after the service pack 1, such as enhanced HDMI audio device performance, corrected behavior when printing mixed-orientation XPS documents, and additional support for communication with third-party federation services.


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In this article, we will show you how to download and install Windows 7 SP1 All in One ISO by faXcooL on your computer or virtual machine.


Step 1: Download the ISO image




The first step is to download the ISO image from a reliable source. You can find the original upload by faXcooL on Archive.org. The file size is about 4.2 GB, so make sure you have enough space and bandwidth to download it. You can also use a torrent client to download the file faster and resume the download if it is interrupted.


Step 2: Burn the ISO image to a DVD or USB drive




The next step is to burn the ISO image to a DVD or USB drive that you can use to boot your computer or virtual machine. You will need a blank DVD or a USB drive with at least 8 GB of capacity. You will also need a software that can burn ISO images, such as ImgBurn, Rufus, or PowerISO.


If you are using a DVD, insert it into your optical drive and launch the burning software. Select the ISO image as the source file and the DVD as the destination. Choose a low burning speed to avoid errors and verify the disc after burning. Eject the disc when done.


If you are using a USB drive, plug it into your computer and launch the burning software. Select the ISO image as the source file and the USB drive as the destination. Choose the option to create a bootable USB drive and format it as FAT32 or NTFS. Click start and wait for the process to finish. Safely remove the USB drive when done.


Step 3: Boot from the DVD or USB drive




The final step is to boot your computer or virtual machine from the DVD or USB drive that contains the Windows 7 SP1 All in One ISO by faXcooL. You may need to change the boot order in your BIOS or UEFI settings to do this. Alternatively, you can press a key (usually F12, F10, or Esc) during startup to access the boot menu and choose the DVD or USB drive as the boot device.


Once you boot from the DVD or USB drive, you will see a screen that asks you to select a language, a time and currency format, and a keyboard or input method. Choose your preferences and click next. Then, click install now to start the installation process.


Step 4: Choose an edition and partition




The next screen will show you a list of all the available editions of Windows 7 that are included in the ISO image. You can choose any edition that suits your needs and preferences. However, keep in mind that some editions have more features and requirements than others. For example, Windows 7 Ultimate has more features than Windows 7 Starter, but it also requires more disk space and memory.


After choosing an edition, click next and accept the license terms. Then, choose whether you want to upgrade an existing installation of Windows or perform a custom (advanced) installation. If you are installing Windows 7 on a new or empty hard drive, you will need to choose the custom option and create a partition for Windows. You can also format, delete, or extend existing partitions if you want to change your disk layout.


Step 5: Complete the installation and enjoy Windows 7




The final step is to complete the installation and enjoy Windows 7. The installation process may take some time, depending on your hardware and the edition you chose. You will see a progress bar and some messages on the screen that indicate the status of the installation. Your computer or virtual machine may restart several times during the process.


After the installation is finished, you will be asked to enter a user name and a computer name. You can also set a password and a hint for your account. Then, you will be asked to choose a security setting for your network and whether you want to activate Windows automatically online. You can also skip these steps and do them later.


Finally, you will see the Windows 7 desktop and the welcome screen. You can now explore and customize Windows 7 as you like. You can also check for updates, install drivers, and install your favorite applications. Congratulations, you have successfully installed Windows 7 SP1 All in One ISO by faXcooL!


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