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How to get a free download of Genuine Windows 7 SP1 from Microsoft

These download links take you to Digital River's download site. They are a Microsoft Authorized Distributor.

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The smart thing to do here is to download the 32 and 64 bit versions of Win7 Ultimate and then delete the ei.cfg file from the ISO image before you burn it to a DVD. Alternatively if you are making a USB boot disk then just delete the file from the sources folder. Here is a link to a utility designed to delete the ei.cfg file from a Win7 ISO image.

ISO image ei.cfg deleter (source is http://code.kliu.org/misc/win7utils/eicfg_removal_utility.zip)
Removing this file results in you getting the option to choose all the following versions of Win7 upon installation...
Windows 7 Starter
Windows 7 Home Basic
Windows 7 Home Premium
Windows 7 Professional
Windows 7 Ultimate

To burn a bootable installation DVD or write a bootable USB drive see - How to make a Bootable Microsoft Windows installation DVD or USB drive

When you finish the install (which only takes around 5 minutes from a fast USB drive) you will be asked for the product key. But Windows 7 conveniently gives you the option to skip product key entry at that time and to enter it at some point during the 30 day trial period instead. This gives you the time to go and find it or buy one