Windows 7 SP1 AIO 18in1 (x86/x64) Preactivated (February 2020)
Windows 7 SP1 AIO 18in1 (x86/x64) Preactivated February 2020
OS : 32/64 bit | Language : Russian / English | File Size : 4.1 GB


This assembly has a number of significant differences from its predecessor – the assembly of Windows 7 SP1 RUS-ENG x86-x64 -18in1- Activated v8 (AIO). It introduced a number of important changes that bring this assembly to a whole new level. I would especially like to draw attention to the critical processing of the installer from under the existing system and the expansion of support for USB 3.x and NVMe devices. And, yes, maybe this is the last assembly in this line!

The assembly performance has been verified as far as possible. At the end of the installation, you get a fully registered and activated Windows 7 operating system of your chosen edition.

Assembly composition
The assembly includes 9 Russian and 9 English editions of Windows 7 SP1 for the 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) kernels:

– Windows 7 Starter SP1 Russian
– Windows 7 Starter SP1 English
– Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 x86 Russian
– Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 x86 English
– Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 x64 Russian
– Windows 7 Home Basic SP1 x64 English
– Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x86 English
– Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x86 English
– Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64 English
– Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64 English
– Windows 7 Professional SP1 x86 Russian
– Windows 7 Professional SP1 x86 English
– Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64 Russian
– Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64 English
– Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x86 Russian
– Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x86 English
– Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 Russian
– Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 English

Some features of the assembly:
– The assembly is based on Windows 7 distributions hosted on MSDN on May 12, 2011.
– Four updates are integrated into the assembly, which are necessary to support the operability of the

Windows Update Center:
KB3172605
KB3177467
KB3138612
KB2534111

– The certificate of the extended license check component is integrated into the assembly, due to which the systems installed from the assembly are no longer restricted from installing ESU format updates (those that will be distributed by paid subscription until 2023).
– The WUFUC utility version 1.0.1.201 is integrated into the assembly, which removes the block from installing updates through Windows Update on computers with AMD Ryzen, Intel Kaby Lake and higher processors. Shortcuts for managing this utility are available in the Start menu.
– In the assembly, a revision was made, thanks to which the Russian version of the system installed in EFI / UEFI mode, the boot menu and the inscription “Start Windows” are now displayed in Russian. Alas, when updating the system, the language can again become English.
– The KB2550978, KB2990941, and KB3087873 updates necessary to support installation and further use of the system on NVMe are integrated into the system installer, the installed OS, and the system recovery service.
– A number of drivers for USB 3.x from the following manufacturers are integrated into the system installer, the installed OS and the system recovery service: AMD, Asmedia, Cypress, Etron, Fresco Logic, Intel, Renesas, Texas Instruments, VIA and Zhaoxin. AMD, Intel, and Renesas drivers have been modified to work with some USB controllers not officially supported in Windows 7!
– The KB2732500 and KB2883457 updates are integrated into the system recovery service, both launched from the installation media and built into the system itself, which fixes a number of problems in the operation of the recovery mechanism.
– The Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (MSDaRT) module version 7.0 is integrated into the system recovery service, both launched from the installation media and built into the system itself, which greatly expands the resuscitation capabilities of the system.
– The SmartFix version 2.2.4.0 module is integrated into the system recovery service, both launched from the installation media and built into the system itself, to automatically solve the most common problems and treat the OS from malware that antiviruses cannot handle.
– At the very early stage of the installation, there is a preboot menu in which you can select the bit depth of the primary shell, that is, which installer will be used, 32-bit or 64-bit. Thanks to this, there is no need to worry that the 64-bit version of the OS may not get on RAID, and that its users may be left without a system recovery service.
– The necessary changes have been made to the installer so that installation under EFI / UEFI is possible not only from DVD, but also from USB.
– If during the installation of the system you entered a valid license key in the corresponding field, the system will be activated using this key for completely legitimate reasons. If the field is left blank, then alternative activation methods will be involved.
– In case you install the system on a computer that has a SLIC table version 2.1 and higher in the UEFI-BIOS, the standard legal (almost) activation tools developed by Microsoft for such computers will be used.
– If you do not have a license key and there is no SLIC table in the UEFI-BIOS, then the system will be activated by the activator built into the assembly.
– If you chose to install Windows 7 Ultimate (Maximum), then upon completion of the installation you will be able to switch the interface language from Russian to English and vice versa using standard Windows 7 Ultimate (Maximum) tools. If you installed any other edition, then you can use the Vistalizator utility version 2.75 for this purpose, the shortcut of which is available in the Start menu.
– Due to technical features, the installation of a 32-bit version of Windows 7 from this assembly cannot be started from under an existing system. You can install the 32-bit version of the OS only from a bootable DVD or USB.

Differences from the assembly of Windows 7 SP1 RUS-ENG x86-x64 -18in1- Activated v8:

– The 32-bit installer used in previous versions of the assembly to install from under an existing system has been replaced with a 64-bit one.
– The installer was modified to make it possible to use the answer file for the automatic installation of both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.
– The KB2732500 and KB2883457 updates, which fix the errors of the recovery service, are integrated into the system recovery service, both launched from the installation media and built into the system itself.
– Additional drivers for NVMe are excluded from the installer of the system, the installed OS and the system recovery service. Only the universal driver is left.
– Additional drivers for USB 3.x, integrated into the system installer, installed OS and system recovery service, have been updated, supplemented and modified. In particular, AMD, Intel, and Renesas drivers have been modified to work with some USB controllers that are not officially supported in Windows 7.
– The certificate of the extended license check component is integrated into the assembly, due to which the systems installed from the assembly are no longer restricted from installing ESU format updates (those that will be distributed by paid subscription until 2023).
– Tweaks are excluded from the assembly, adding the items “Copy to folder …” and “Move to folder …” in the context menu.
– SmartFix module updated to version 2.2.4.0.
– The activator is supplemented with another certificate for OEM activation.

System requirements:
• 1-GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
• 1 GB of RAM
• Support for DirectX 9 with WDDM driver, at least 128 MB of video memory, Pixel Shader 2.0 function and 32 bit / pixel color
• 40 GB hard drive with 16 GB of free disk space
• DVD drive
• Ability to output audio
• Access to the Internet

Whats New
Windows Update Center:
KB3172605
KB3177467
KB3138612
KB2534111