Windows 7 ISO Verifier

Windows 7 is about to hit RTM, and many of you might want to verify that the ISO image you downloaded hasn't been tampered with or was damaged as the result of some error in the download process. Of course you can use existing checksum tools and compare the result to published values, but it can be a bit of a hassle.

At the request of Long Zheng I created a small application that makes this process easier. Simply drag and drop your ISO file onto the application (or start the application and browse to the ISO file) and it will verify the EXE and tell you which build you have from a list of known builds. It downloads this list from the web automatically, so you don't need to re-download the application after Windows 7 RTM is released.

The Windows 7 ISO Verifier can be downloaded from Long's website.

Categories: Software, General computing
Posted on: 2009-07-06 08:50 UTC.

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Roy

2009-08-04 16:34 UTC

what does RTM mean.

Sven Groot Author comment

2009-08-04 16:42 UTC

It stands for "Release To Manufacturing". It means the program is done and they send it off to start producing the DVDs etc to prepare for general availability.

kdo

2010-01-09 19:47 UTC

What url does the program use to update the hash list from?

Mohsin

2011-12-12 05:05 UTC

Bonjour vous avez créer un logiciel pour vérifié iso image windows 7 mais vous donner même pas un lien pour télécharger vrai ISO IMAGE

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