Windows 7 ISO file location


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Is there anyone that can help me locate the old Digital River ISO files, since Microsoft has now taken the site down & I cannot get the Free Windows 10 if I do not have Win 7 loaded. Unfortunately, my HP Touchsmart BSODed several times & Nvidia, Norton, Microsoft and my 20 years of Intel Design Engineering CANNOT figure out WHY the BSODs keep occuring ( even though I suspect the Nvidfia Video component has gone bad). I'm really actually trying to put a bandage on the PC as I am unfortunately on SSDI due to Traumatic Brain Injury in 2005, I've tried using my original CDs & they keep barfing about 40% into loading the Win7 files, tried doing a Image Recovery, System Restore, heck I'll even BUY the Disc if I can find a Legitimate, Legal and Honest seller. I'm just not sure the DISC are available since Microsoift is pushing Windows 10 SO hard. ANY and ALL the Savy, Know How & Wisdom would be MUCH appreciated, as I am in the middle of starting My Own PC Literacy training for Disabled & Senior Citizens where I will travel to them for Hands on Customized Application, PC Technology and Basic Fundamental Understanding of the Computer in this Savy Technological ERA at no travelling fee & Budget Specific Fees. I'm not aware of ANYONE who does this for less than $75/hr. at the clients home. So a nudge in the right direction to get my PC back up to Win 7 Ult. 64 Bit, would be a Tremendous Help and Sincerely Thankful!!!!!!

Kind Regards, MichaelP
 
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Hi all
Have tried twice now on that link when try to download iso it asks for code from workplace and cannot get further ??!!
 
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Thank you so much that link worked perfectly
much appreciated
missty
 
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You're welcome. Once you've installed it and done the updates, you'll probably want uninstall KB3035583, then hide it. That keeps Windows 10 from taking over.
 

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