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15-09-2018, 04:02

Free Download Microsoft Windows 7 x64/x86 5in1 WPI & USB 3.0 + M.2 NVMe by AG 05.2018

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Microsoft Windows 7 x64/x86 5in1 WPI & USB 3.0 + M.2 NVMe by AG 05.2018
Microsoft Windows 7 x64/x86 5in1 WPI & USB 3.0 + M.2 NVMe by AG 05.2018 | 5.36 GB

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Windows 7SP1 x64 Professional / Ultimate / Enterprise
Windows 7SP1 x86 Professional / Enterprise
with integrated updates to May 2018
(IE11 to v11.0.60)
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2 and DirectX update already in all editions.
The bootloader is used from win 10, so that usb to install any
and UEFI with GUID partition table (GPT) is not a problem (GPT only with x64)
If the iron manufacturer does not claim compatibility with the OS below Win 8 or Linux,
then you should not expect a miracle, but you can believe.
The image is not intended for installation from under the installed OS.
All the changes described below are performed automatically
already after the installation of the wasps. The drivers are integrated, see below.
Before installing, make sure that memtest is installed as the installed RAM.
In this image, the approach to USB 3.0 and NVMe drivers is changed, the details are below.
Stage of development: Release
Year / Release Date: 2018
Software version: 7 - 6.1.7601.24117
Developer's site:

Bit depth: 64bit & 32bit
Language: Russian (in editions of Ultimate & Enterprise can be changed to EN)
Tabletka: Present (in the manual)
Assembly Author: AG
System requirements:
- 32/64-bit processor with a clock speed of 1 GHz (GHz) or higher;
- from 4 GB of RAM for x64, from 1 to 4 GB (RAM) for x86;
- from 40 GB of space on the hard disk;
- DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver version 1.0 or later.
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