Windows 7 7260 Is Out

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  1. busydog

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    See next post.....
     
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  2. davehc

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    Please read the forum rules. No links to leaks please.
     
  3. busydog

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    X86 7260 Out in VHD and ISO Flavors

    My bad...... (on previous post)

    No links just letting you know....... Maybe X64 is forthcoming. Haven't seen it yet.:razz:
     
  4. Master Chief

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    So far the leaked 7260 is only "officially" a 32-bit VHD and a modified ISO (of that VHD) by SoLoR just like he did for 7232. I'm hearing that soon (tomorrow? day after?) 7261 will be leaked (64-bit). It doesn't really matter if it's also a VHD since SoLoR will have an ISO up in a few hours after leaking anyway. :)
     
  5. PcBoyGeorge

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    How is there 7261 if 7260 is the RTM? Also won't rtm require new keys are its not rc branch no more. Cause i hope the rc keys did work since i could use them on it. Since i plan on getting the last build before final rtm which is free and works with rc codes then ill stick with it until it expires

    Also most things i have seen are fake 7260.
     
  6. gws

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    Here is the info for 7261

    6.1.7261.0.win7_rtm.090615-1900 Compiled of the 15th

    RTM win7_rtm branch :
    6.1.7260.0.win7_rtm.090612-2110
    6.1.7261.0.win7_rtm.090615-1900
    (June 15-19 to continue to assemble. That's the first candidate for the final assembly of Windows 7)
    Final RTM Re-build 7300 (Expected)


    gws
     
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  7. whoosh

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    Thanks GWS very nicely done info :D
     
  8. gws

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    All I need now is the RTM 7300 :D

    gws
     
  9. whoosh

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    Yes I would be happy with that one to :D
     
  10. gws

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    I will be watching for everyone here and help with what I can :razz:

    These next few days will be real exciting


    gws
     
  11. whoosh

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    Yes nearly there after so many builds . Seems like a short time though because of the constant movment between builds .
    Now At the escrow stage :D
     
  12. busydog

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    7260 X86 Quirk

    Seems that 7260 X86 thinks that it is older than 7201 X86 and one can't update. You can do a clean install tho. In times past, you could hack the cversion.ini file to avoid this but M$ has found another way to keep one from upgrading. Now, if only 7261 wouldn't cause the same problem.:mad:
     
  13. gws

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    Busydog

    Check your PM

    gws :)
     
  14. Master Chief

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    Again, clean install wins. I keep all my files on my external HDD so all I have to go through after a clean install (which happens at least once a week now...) is reinstalling my programs. 7300 is the build that I'm actually going to "permanently" install.
     

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