Y at - it a copy of the ISO of Windows XP Professional?

I will use the FULL copy of the ISO of Windows XP Professional for 30 days on VMware Workstation, but I click "Let me save and activate Windows.

Advertisement

It is not and never has been, a legitimate site where you can just download any version of Windows from.  That Windows XP is no longer sold in retail there is more no source for legitimate copies.

Tags: Windows

Similar Questions

  • Where can I get the ISO for Windows 7 Professional edition 64-bit (Spanish)

    Hello

    I can't find a link to download the ISO of Windows 7 professional 64-bit Spanish edition.

    I have a license key and I would like to burn a DVD with this iso, where can I find it?

    For 5 years, Microsoft made it fairly easy for users of the Windows 7 operating system to get reinstall media. If you have lost your support disc or installation retail collection; either it has been damaged or defective; You can download a copy of the edition that you have licensed from a membership site called Digital River. More recently, Microsoft ended the availability to reinstall media that you can download as a. File ISO in Digital River, which is a digital reproduction of an optical disc.

    It was particularly convenient for people who could not easily get the manufacturer's recovery media, did not want to pay the fees required to get or preferred a clean configuration without the software packaged manufacturers or even a recovery partition does not work. It's easy to use, all you had to do was reinstall and reactivate using the product key located on the certificate of authenticity and download all the drivers on the manufacturers website.

    Given that this option is no longer available, what are your options? See the article for more details:

    How to: What are my options for Windows 7 reinstall media?

  • What should I do with the ISO of Windows 7 Professional file that I downloaded. How can I install this?

    original title: WHAT KIND OF FILE IS EN_WINDOWS_7_PROFESSIONAL_X64_dvd_x15 - 65805.iso

    WHAT TYPE OF FILE IS: EN_WINDOWS_7_PROFESSIONAL_X64_dvd_x15 - 65805.iso

    Hello

    Through my college, Microsoft had a complementary offer for students of computer class download software among several offered on the site: MSDN Academic Alliance Software Center Microsoft.

    I tried to download Windows 7 Professional. But I don't know how to download correctly. We offer time-limited from Microsoft. Now, I'm not going to school, so my school can not help me with the download of related issues.

    I have this file-(EN_WINDOWS_7_PROFESSIONAL_X64_dvd_x15 - 65805.iso) recorded on in the Temp folder on the C drive of my computer. But I don't know what the right file? Should I burn to DVD? File size is 41.4 MB.

    Can someone help me with this? If this is the right file? If so, then can I've burn it to DVD and save it for later installation on my computer?

    Prompt response will be appreciated.

    Thank you.

    YM

    By its name, it is the image ISO of the DVD Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (English language).

    Depending on the size, (41.4 MB according to you), it is incomplete by many and of no use.

  • File ISO of Windows 8 Professional or facility.

    Hello

    I use Windows 7 Professional and want to upgrade to Windows 8 Professional. But before I go, I want to evaluate Windows 8 Professional.

    I couldn't find the ISO for Windows 8 Professional anywhere, but Windows Enterprise 8.1 is available.

    Can someone provide me or guide me with the file ISO of Windows 8 Professional or facility.

    Thank you.

    How do you intend to evaluate Windows 8? Do you intend to simply install Windows 8 Pro on your current installation? Suppose that you don't like it finally?

    Its best you use the available Windows 8.1 company and install it on a partition:

    How dual boot Windows Vista/7 and Windows 8

    If you have Windows 8 Pro ISO see the following:

    http://philipyip.WordPress.com/download-Microsoft-Windows/download-Windows-8-1-ISO/

  • You want to buy a copy of the upgrade to windows 7.

    You want to upgrade my windows XP computer to windows 7.

    I found the link that I can buy.

    Question: this outfit sells copy of the upgrade to windows 7? (Don't want to get cheated and lose my money.)

    http://www.softdirectworld.com/Microsoft-Windows-7-Home-Premium-1-PC-license-32-64bit/

    Thank you very much for your help.

    I don't think not that it's likely that you will get a definitive answer, but here are a few things to think about.

    Microsoft has stopped the sale at retail of Windows 7 on October 31, 2013.  Which does not prevent a retailer to sell copies of Windows 7 that were acquired from Microsoft before that date.  Microsoft is continuing to sell Windows 7 to run the OEM for pre-installation on their computers.  See http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/lifecycle

    It is not at all what you will get for your $55.  You can just get a license key (which, according to the FAQ on several occasions either real, authentic, etc..).  "How to install" page on this site refers to downloading a file ISO "from the Microsoft store."  She said, however, that you can 'use the ISO file downloaded from us'.  Then maybe you'll get a link to download an ISO of softdirectworld... and perhaps that you won't.  Microsoft Windows 7 ISO official files are available to Digital River... but they have in the past disappeared for a while.  As of today, the links are active.  See http://www.heidoc.net/joomla/technology-science/microsoft/14-windows-7-direct-download-links

    More troubling is the response of the FAQ that says:

    Q: why are the keys so little expensive compared to buying in a retail or online store?

    A: purchase us volume keys and pass the savings to our customers. In a retail store, you buy a copy of the software and packaging that you already own.

    It is not at all clear what "volume keys" which talks about response.  Microsoft has indeed a volume license program, but as far as I KNOW, it is not intended to be used for retail sales.  Microsoft says (emphasis added):

    In simple terms, software volume licensing makes it easier and more affordable to run the software on multiple computers in an organization.

    My guess - and I stress that it is just a guess - is that you get access to download a ISO legitimate Windows 7 with a genuine authentic Microsoft volume license key.  This would be valid and allow activation and updates... until Microsoft decides that selling VLK as this constitutes a violation of the volume license key and blacklists the or the key.  Happens soon, later or never.

    Trying to decide what to do, don't forget that there are essentially no more commercial versions of Windows 7 for sale.  Versions that you see on websites like Amazon are mostly versions of "OEM System Builder", which Microsoft says can not be used for its own computer (a "system builder" has sell systems he built).

  • Is my Windows my product key license? Also, if I want to download the iso of Windows 7 yes I need to buy a license/product key of Windows 7?

    Is my Windows my product key license? Also, if I want to download the iso of Windows 7 yes I need to buy a license/product key of Windows 7? Or my Windows 10 will work?

    Your license is the product key.

    You don't need to buy a license if you already have a product key.

    Step 1: Download a copy of Windows 7:

    For 5 years, Microsoft made it fairly easy for users of the Windows 7 operating system to get reinstall media. If you have lost your support disc or installation retail collection; either it has been damaged or defective; You can download a copy of the edition that you have licensed from a membership site called Digital River. More recently, Microsoft ended the availability to reinstall media that you can download as a. File ISO in Digital River, which is a digital reproduction of an optical disc.

    It was particularly convenient for people who could not easily get the manufacturer's recovery media, did not want to pay the fees required to get or preferred a clean configuration without the software packaged manufacturers or even a recovery partition does not work. It's easy to use, all you had to do was reinstall and reactivate using the product key located on the certificate of authenticity and download all the drivers on the manufacturers website.

    Given that this option is no longer available, what are your options? See the article for more details:

    How to: What are my options for Windows 7 reinstall media?

    Make sure you scroll down and read the section:

    What to do if you cannot get your manufacturer recovery media, refuse to use or to buy it or the Microsoft Software Recovery Website does not work?

    Step 2: Perform a custom installation, see Windows 7 section of the following article how to perform a custom installation:

    How to: perform a customized Windows installation

    Step 3:

    http://techingiteasy.WordPress.com/2012/04/13/how-to-activate-Windows-7-OEM-license-using-a-retail-disc/

    You can also use your Windows 7 product key to install and activate Windows 10:

    How to install and activate Windows 10 using your Windows 7 or Windows 8 product key

    If you have problems with activation:

    Activate your Windows 10 license with Microsoft Chat support

  • Need information on the ISO of Windows 7 upgrade

    Hi all

    I have Windows 7 Upgrade key and I want to download the ISO of Windows 7 Upgrade. But it seems that all responses are directed to the location of Digital River that no longer exists. Instead, this Web page are asked to visit the https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-recovery page.

    And when I use this address, connection just times out with Error 502 server.

    Someone know where I can get the upgrade of ISOs?

    Thank you

    Jack

    For 5 years, Microsoft made it fairly easy for users of the Windows 7 operating system to get reinstall media. If you have lost your support disc or installation retail collection; either it has been damaged or defective; You can download a copy of the edition that you have licensed from a membership site called Digital River. More recently, Microsoft ended the availability to reinstall media that you can download as a. File ISO in Digital River, which is a digital reproduction of an optical disc.

    It was particularly convenient for people who could not easily get the manufacturer's recovery media, did not want to pay the fees required to get or preferred a clean configuration without the software packaged manufacturers or even a recovery partition does not work. It's easy to use, all you had to do was reinstall and reactivate using the product key located on the certificate of authenticity and download all the drivers on the manufacturers website.

    Given that this option is no longer available, what are your options? See the article for more details:

    How to: What are my options for Windows 7 reinstall media?

  • The ISO of Windows 8 Pro file

    Install Windows 8 Pro by installing directly without saving a copy of the ISO file. How can I get an ISO file to create a USB key for re - install?

    Today, I went through the process successfully with the help of this community. I summarize the following steps for you (I can remember a few steps, but you most).

    Download the .exe installation of:

    http://Web.ESD.Microsoft.com/W8DL/WSEC5B1D8A9DFDFD92DFB736C5B1D8956B5B1D8/Windows8-Setup.exe

    Click on Setup.exe. The wizard of Windows 8 will begin. Enter your key of Windows 8 and press Next.

    Click install now and let the full download.

    The installation files will be stored by default in the C:\ESD\Windows folder.

    When the "Install Windows 8" message is displayed, select 'Install by creating media' to create a bootable USB key or .iso (a disk image) file. Chose a folder to store the image, for example "Windows.iso.

    Wait for the wizard to create the media or bootable .iso file. The flash player must be having 3 GB or more of free space available.

    Burn the .iso file, if that's the path you have chosen, to a blank DVD.

  • I need a copy of the Fax in Windows XP (fxscfgwz). I don't have an XP disc.

    I need a copy of the Fax in Windows XP (fxscfgwz). I don't have an XP disc.

    Hi RayH555,

    ·        Why you have to copy the fxscfgwz.dll file?

    ·        Are you facing any problem on your machine?

    If you have a similar problem as mentioned in the sub account with the link, you can try to arrange for an installation of Windows XP disc that matches the same edition, as it is installed on your machine. Later, try to follow the link & check if it helps.

    Error message "Unable to copy Fxscfgwz.dll file" when you try to install Windows XP Fax Services

    Hope the helps of information. Please post back and we do know.

    Concerning
    Joel S
    Microsoft Answers Support Engineer
    Visit our Microsoft answers feedback Forum and let us know what you think.

  • Need to download the iso of Windows installation DVD or usb 7.1 when booting via the BIOS

    Original title: ISO WINDOWS 7.1

    My hard drive has failed on a Toshiba laptop.  I installed a new drive and now need to reinstall Windows 7.1 I purchased pre-installed on the laptop, which was not supplied with a recovery disk or an installation disc.

    I need to download the iso of Windows installation DVD or usb 7.1 when started by the BIOS.

    My office uses Vista, and it seems to have a built-in code that prevents a download.  Where should I go from here?

    How to: What are my options for Windows 7 reinstall media?

    Make sure you scroll down and read the section:

    What to do if you cannot get your manufacturer recovery media, refuse to use or to buy it or the Microsoft Software Recovery Website does not work?

  • Where can I download the ISO of Windows 7 Proffessional 64-bit file

    I have a genuine key for Windows 7 Proffessional 64 bit. but I don't have a configuration file / ISO.

    Where can I download the ISO of Windows 7 Proffessional 64-bit file? Please help me

    Enter the key and after validation, you will be offered the ISO:

    https://www.Microsoft.com/en-in/software-download/Windows7

    See also:

    http://answers.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/wiki/Windows_7-update/how-to-what-are-my-options-for-obtaining-Windows-7/528163c1-0b2e-4AD2-a26d-7112851d1dc2

    It will be useful.

  • When I reinstalled windows xp media Center 2005, I get a prompt to insert the disc of windows xp professional service pack 2 CD, I don't have it, what should I do then?

    When I reinstalled windows xp media Center 2005, I invited to insert the disc of windows xp professional service pack 2 CD, I'm not available, what do I do next? If I canceled it, I know that windows installed yet to complete the work. But I'll soon get error and windows do not work properly.

    I am frustrated with Microsoft Corp., why didn't they make things easier for users to enjoy. I noticed all the announced sounds so pleasant during installation.  Everything suddenly it asks for windows professional service pack 2 CD.  where I go to get this information from?

    Can someone help me right now, I am desperately wanted to complete this work. I left my computer hang for hours and hours. waiting for windows xp professional CD disk to copy and install.

    Thanks for your response.

    Luke

    See this link from a previous thread for advice and information.

    http://answers.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/Forum/windows_xp-windows_install/is-there-a-way-i-can-still-get-SP2-and-SP3-for/9b917f32-4353-4B7E-BC54-348470f7ff31

  • My laptop camera image on the upside after the upgrade to Windows 7 Professional 64-bit.

    I have a laptop Asus G50Vt - X 1, which is a 64-bit computer. It had Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit installed on it and the unit worked properly with him. I ran the update of Windows 7 Advisory on this matter and he said I could upgrade to Windows 7 64 bit. After the upgrade to Windows 7 Professional 64 bit the images from the camera are all upside. I contacted Asus about the problem and they sent me the drivers updated, but the images are still upside down. Pourrait Windows 7 cause this problem as I know that it worked fine under Vista?

    I also noticed that my dvd/cd player and external hard drives don't stop the execution after that I have quit an application. When this happens, I can't eject the cd or remove the drive from the computer.

    Windows Update has nothing to do with the upgrade of Windows. Post future questions in one of these forums, please: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7install/threads

    http://social.answers.Microsoft.com/forums/en-us/w7hardware/threads ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft

  • Conditions of the retail of Windows XP Professional and license and decal OEM COA / label question:

    Hello everyone and especially lawyers license!

    It's pretty obvious (applying common sense) that a single license is a single Installation, no matter if Windows XP, Vista or 7, or OEM or retail.

    However...

    Question 1:
    Is that the only true, firmer and more correct to do statement?
    ""Windows XP Professional OEM license dies with your computer / caisse".

    Question 2:
    I have two DELL computers. One is with Windows XP Professional OEM (Dell) and the other with Windows Vista Business OEM (Dell). I would like to swap/Exchange two licenses COA stickers (if it's physically possible) and simply change the Microsoft Windows operating system on these two computers. From what I understand at this time - and please correct me if I'm wrong - Microsoft Licensing policy said it is legally impossible. True? Fake?

    Question 3:
    This question is about the "decommissioning" of Windows Vista business to Windows XP Professional. I'm OK with my understanding that there are some licenses of Windows Vista Business out there that can be legally retired, and some who cannot?
    How do I determine by looking at just the Windows Vista Business OEM COA sticker, if it is a license that can legally be downgraded or not?
    If it can be downgraded, can I license Windows Vista Business COST just the installation of Windows XP Professional key, when asked to enter?

    Thank YOU ALL for your expertise and your help!

    Hello

    Question 1: "Windows XP Professional OEM license dies with your computer / caisse"-c' is licensed OEM is NOT transferable to another machine and once your dies of PC/LAptop, then the license dies with him.

    Question 2: You cannot exchange an OEM license of any computer to another. This includes exchanging the COA from one device to another, making of this ould invalidate your license, as the certificate of authenticity shall be kept with the license provided with the original machine.

    Question 3: Downgrade rights allow you to get off at analogues for the same edition of vista, IE company from Vista to XP Pro, you cannot downgrade from Vista to XP Pro home.

    hope that answers all your questions.

  • The file 'Asms' on the CD-ROM Windows XP Professional is required

    Original title: asms

    Hai,

    When I do install o/s new in my PC it is problem continues to recover on continuously, then after he disappeared like installation almost complete 3 minutes then after restalling again and again, but now asking that the file 'asms' on the CD of Windows XP Professional service Pack 3 is required

    Type the path where the file is located, and then click OK.

    What was the problem even I gave exact path then also give the same error again.

    Help me solve this problem.

    [the topic was 'malware error]

    [moved from viruses and malware area forum]

    Hello

    Try this fix for the problem of 'asms ':

    http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/311755

Maybe you are looking for

  • Can I change the color of the iPhone when I get a new warranty?

    Hi Apple supports, I had an iPhone 6 s Rose Gold. Last week, my phone has problem (low signal) and I was brought to an iService. They said I can get a new iPhone. And my question, I can new iPhone with another color? (Gray)

  • Monitor issues Qosmio F60 health after BIOS update

    Hello Then I updated my BIOS F60 of 2.00 today to 2.10 Before the update Toshiba PC health monitor said that the fan would turn around 9% at idle. Idling the monitor now says it's 50%. Thing is I can tell by listening to the fan is not spining more i

  • Driver problem for the dashboard of media

    Hello I installed the dashboard of media today, but there is a problem. The first time that an SD card is inserted in the jury he identified OK. After the withdrawal of the security, it is not identified more and cannot be opened. I need to restart t

  • HP officejet Printhead 4620 issue

    Nobody knows what to do when I've done several print head cleanings, but feel right back to fading out and then starts printing blank pages?

  • Surface pro 2 pen

    Help - I can't find a pen ball replacement for my Surface Pro 2. The Pro 3 pen is compatible? Thank you Andrew.