Vista SP1 RTM Slipstream (Integrated ) DVD ISO Image - Leaked to Torrent Websites

While Microsoft continues at a slow pace toward the general availability of Windows Vista SP1 RTM, the service pack has already slipped through the company's fingers, so to speak.

The fact of the matter is that Microsoft never had a tight grip of Windows. And Vista SP1 RTM is no exception to this rule. And if the Redmond company is still half a month away from satisfying the hunger of Vista users with the general availability of the Service Pack, there are alternative sources that offer not only a taste of Vista SP1, but also the actual gold bits.

The final version of Vista SP1 was leaked and ended up on torrent and warez websites immediately following its releasing to manufacturing on February 4, 2008. But that was just the standalone installer. After RTM, Microsoft permitted OEMs, Beta testers, Volume License customers and MSDN and TechNet Plus subscribers access to Vista SP1. Out of all the MSDN and TechNet Plus subscribers got the sweetest deal, being able to download the slipstream version of Vista SP1. Namely Vista with SP1 integrated into a single DVD ISO image.

Well, the official MSDN build of Vista SP1 RTM Slipstream (Integrated ) DVD ISO Image, but just the 32-bit version, although Microsoft also released the 64-bit variant, was leaked and is now available for download via Torrent trackers. The ISO image, once downloaded via a Torrent client, can subsequently be burned to a DVD and installed. The x86 ISO-9660 DVD ISO image weighs in at 2.9 GB and comes as a file with the following label: en_windows_vista_with_service_pack_1_x86_dvd_x14-29594.iso.


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