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I have windows 7 sp1 disc and I like to know is there a file one can download which is up to date from windows update site . I hate having to always downloading all those updates after sp1 . It would be nice if there were a file which has all the updates after service pack 1 .... I wish MS would of came out with service pack 2 but I hear that wouldn't happen ...
 
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Wish it was that easy.

Unfortunately, the answer is no.
You will have to re-install al those updates after SP1.
 

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On average a Service Pack is released every 3 years so maybe next year, SP1 is the latest available at this time. And then you have two years of Windows updates from that point.
 
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Wish it was that easy.

Unfortunately, the answer is no.
You will have to re-install al those updates after SP1.
That's stupid for MS to make us do . If I had let say 10 computers I would have to download them 10x , should be able to save them on the hard drive or flash drive were one doesn't need to download them over and over for every clean installment
 

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You can create an updated installation disk if you have 10 machines. It has always seemed rather complex so I have never tried it myself but this How-to-Geek article might help.
 
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I understand; you are not the first to mention the need for Microsoft to put out more Service Packs.
 

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