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Does this update give us Sandy Bridge guys support for the new AVX instruction set or is that a separate download? I've seen the two mentioned together numerous times but I have been less than convinced by my own research.
    
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Originally Posted by Pillz Here;12076470 
Let me go ahead and end this discussion and the misinformation that uninformed OCN'ers like to spread. I will prove that this is the final build and the same exact build that will be released to manufacturers.

Let's run the Genuine Advantage diagnostic tool and see what it says.
validrtm.png

So it appears that this is a valid rtm build at first look. Let's investigate more.

Does everyone recall the KB976902 update that was pushed through Windows Updates not too long ago? This was a servicing pack update that prepares Windows for the installation of it's upcoming Service Pack. Right, let's have a look inside the cab file of this update. Check out those manifest files.
cablh.png

Oh look! They match up perfectly with this Service Pack's build number "17514". I guess Microsoft is in the process of "readying" Windows for a Service Pack that isn't final. rolleyes.gif

Let's look at the validation tool's licensing tab for good measure.
license.png

Yep, matches up just fine as well.

This is the FINAL BUILD of the Service Pack, period. Microsoft is just trying to cover their behinds. Wzor's leaks have been making the "security" at Redmond look silly for a while now. This is no different.



RTM is retail.



Rumors are that they're holding out for the IE9 final build because they want to release them either together or in the same Windows Update package.



Again, more misinformation by uninformed or lazy OCN'ers. rolleyes.gif

I've posted this twice on this forum but I'll post it again:

There are over 625 hotfixes included in SP1, spanning causes of bsods, handle leaks, memory leaks, deadlocks, performance issues, multimonitor issues, interprocess issues, application compatibility and Windows 7 graphics platform updates.

The fixes previously pushed through WU are only a handful of the total amount of fixes included here.

You can download the xls file here to see all of the hotfixes that were in the Release Candidate, and you can expect even more in the RTM that's been leaked. There's just no official changelog for that yet.



Nope, read above.



Don't trust my word, feel free to look at the xls file for yourself to see the complete list of 635 fixes. And that's just the RC, there will undoubtedly be more when the changelog is available for this leaked RTM.



What do you mean "that's what you get"? I have been leaping on Wzor's "uncomfirmed/unofficial" releases since Windows 7 dropped and the guy is spot on legit every time. You do realize that Wzor and Zuko have inside sources at Microsoft right?

I also have the SP installed on 3 different machines and they're all fine. In fact, every one of those rigs feel quicker to me.

Absolutely fantastic post. Thank you for the providing the evidence to silence the doubters smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Pillz Here;12076470 
Let me go ahead and end this discussion and the misinformation that uninformed OCN'ers like to spread. I will prove that this is the final build and the same exact build that will be released to manufacturers.

Let's run the Genuine Advantage diagnostic tool and see what it says.
validrtm.png

So it appears that this is a valid rtm build at first look. Let's investigate more.

Does everyone recall the KB976902 update that was pushed through Windows Updates not too long ago? This was a servicing pack update that prepares Windows for the installation of it's upcoming Service Pack. Right, let's have a look inside the cab file of this update. Check out those manifest files.
cablh.png

Oh look! They match up perfectly with this Service Pack's build number "17514". I guess Microsoft is in the process of "readying" Windows for a Service Pack that isn't final. rolleyes.gif

Let's look at the validation tool's licensing tab for good measure.
license.png

Yep, matches up just fine as well.

This is the FINAL BUILD of the Service Pack, period. Microsoft is just trying to cover their behinds. Wzor's leaks have been making the "security" at Redmond look silly for a while now. This is no different.



RTM is retail.



Rumors are that they're holding out for the IE9 final build because they want to release them either together or in the same Windows Update package.



Again, more misinformation by uninformed or lazy OCN'ers. rolleyes.gif

I've posted this twice on this forum but I'll post it again:

There are over 625 hotfixes included in SP1, spanning causes of bsods, handle leaks, memory leaks, deadlocks, performance issues, multimonitor issues, interprocess issues, application compatibility and Windows 7 graphics platform updates.

The fixes previously pushed through WU are only a handful of the total amount of fixes included here.

You can download the xls file here to see all of the hotfixes that were in the Release Candidate, and you can expect even more in the RTM that's been leaked. There's just no official changelog for that yet.



Nope, read above.



Don't trust my word, feel free to look at the xls file for yourself to see the complete list of 635 fixes. And that's just the RC, there will undoubtedly be more when the changelog is available for this leaked RTM.



What do you mean "that's what you get"? I have been leaping on Wzor's "uncomfirmed/unofficial" releases since Windows 7 dropped and the guy is spot on legit every time. You do realize that Wzor and Zuko have inside sources at Microsoft right?

I also have the SP installed on 3 different machines and they're all fine. In fact, every one of those rigs feel quicker to me.

I just find many people moan as if its Microsoft fault when they install software to sometimes find out its not the polished product even when MS never officially claimed it as the polished product lol. I usually leap ahead myself and install this stuff but I just find it funny when people QQ over it.
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You have a problem with windows 7 already. You have black crap all over your windows man.
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Thread Starter 
Service pack 1 isn't just some updates all on top of the other,you all mistaking with saying this.
If service pack 1 contains only some updates all on top of the other,why don't you update your windows 7 and after that let's see if your system print screen contains the information that you have service pack 1.
You can't just come up with that all the timem,you think windows 7 is perfect and the service pack will be minor,well you are very wrong.
So,let's see who will prove that by updating your windows 7 with windows update will be the same as installing service pack 1.
Service pack contains over 600 hotfixes,you don't get that from only some minor updates.
We want proof that service pack 1 is just some minor updates all on top of the other.
Stop spreading wrong information.
Can you bealive that?Service pack 1 is just a build on minor updates,think how much time would take microsoft to develope and release this service pack.Ironic ain't it?
If this service pack was only some minor security updates microsoft than microsoft will release 7 service packs a week.
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Could be ms is back pedding cause some of the bugs the sp1 has like if you use vlite or driver sweeper and other apps it wont install sometimes. I had to do a upgrade on my win7 to be able to install the sp1.
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Guys stop with the trolling. I have removed your posts.
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Will download when it is out smile.gif
 
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