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CheckSums for all Windows ISO's

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  • Hi,

    Is there an official checksum list for all the currently available Windows ISO's. These will range from Windows 7 thru to Windows 10. To download them all and then record the individual SHA-1/MD5/CRC32 values would take a while, so wondering if there is an official list somewhere?

    There are currently 54 ISO's at the moment which include the following:

    • Windows 7 Home Basic SP1
    • Windows 7 Professional SP1
    • Windows 7 Home Premium SP1
    • Windows 7 Ultimate SP1
    • Windows 7 Home Premium N SP1
    • Windows 7 Professional N SP1
    • Windows 7 Ultimate N SP1
    • Windows 7 Professional K SP1
    • Windows 7 Professional KN SP1
    • Windows 7 Home Premium K SP1
    • Windows 7 Home Premium KN SP1
    • Windows 7 Ultimate KN SP1
    • Windows 7 Ultimate K SP1
    • Windows 7 Starter SP1
    • Windows 8.1 Single Language
    • Windows 8.1
    • Windows 8.1 N
    • Windows 8.1 K
    • Windows 8.1 KN
    • Windows 8.1 Professional LE (With Update 1)
    • Windows 8.1 Professional LE (With Update 1) K
    • Windows 8.1 Professional LE (With Update 1) KN
    • Windows 8.1 Professional LE (With Update 1) N
    • Windows 10 Education (Academic) TH1 (RTM Build 10240)
    • Windows 10 Education KN (Academic) TH1 (RTM Build 10240)
    • Windows 10 Education N (Academic) TH1 (RTM Build 10240)
    • Windows 10 China Get Genuine Chinese Simplified TH1 (RTM Build 10240)
    • Windows 10 TH1 (RTM Build 10240)
    • Windows 10 KN TH1 (RTM Build 10240)
    • Windows 10 N TH1 (RTM Build 10240)
    • Windows 10 Single Language TH1 (RTM Build 10240)
    • Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 COEM GGK
    • Windows 7 Home Premium N SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 COEM GGK
    • Windows 7 Home Premium K SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Professional N SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Professional SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Starter SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Ultimate K SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Ultimate KN SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Ultimate N SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Home Premium KN SP1 COEM
    • Windows 7 Professional KN SP1 COEM
    • Windows 10 Version 1511 (TH2 November Update Build 10586)
    • Windows 10 Education Version 1511 (TH2 November Update Build 10586)
    • Windows 10 Education KN Version 1511 (TH2 November Update Build 10586)
    • Windows 10 Education N Version 1511 (TH2 November Update Build 10586)
    • Windows 10 China Get Genuine Chinese Simplified Version 1511 (TH2 November Update Build 10586)
    • Windows 10 KN Version 1511 (TH2 November Update Build 10586))
    • Windows 10 N Version 1511 (TH2 November Update Build 10586)
    • Windows 10 Single Language Version 1511 (TH2 November Update Build 10586)

    • Moved by Just KarlModerator Monday, December 21, 2015 9:19 PM Looking for the correct forum.
    Monday, December 21, 2015 4:42 PM

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    Monday, December 21, 2015 9:18 PM
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  • As far as I know there is no precompiled list. You may be able to script it.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/841290

     

     

     


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    Monday, December 21, 2015 9:48 PM
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