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Hmm... Let me guess. They are planning on releasing SP1 on Tuesday?!?! That's my prediction.

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Probably just means they're release it earlier than mid-March, which could still mean the beginning of March or late this month.

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lets hope its monday! and lets hope they release the sp1 integrated iso's to msdn/technet then too!

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Lets hope its TOMORROW - coz I hate waiting? lol :p

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I have a question .. How come my Check sum of "d597866e93bc8f80ecca234c4e9ce5a2" matched but the file version did not "6.0.6001.17028"

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Vista SP1 RTM was released to beta testers on Feb 6th thru Microsoft's Connect site. Here are the details from the downloads made available.

Title Windows Vista SP1 RTM Standalone ISO for x86 and x64 Five Languages

Size 1,161.72 MB

Version 6001.18000.080118-1840

Milestone RTM

Description

0xAC9DC48A 6001.18000.080118-1840_iso_client_sp_wave0-FRMCSP0_DVD.iso

Files

6001.18000.080118-1840_iso_client_sp_wave0-FRMCSP0_DVD.iso

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Title Windows Vista SP1 RTM for X86 and X64 UPD 5 Languages

Size 1,161 MB (x86:: 434.5MB; x64:: 726.5MB)

Version 6001.18000.080118-1840

Milestone RTM

Description

*REMINDER* Please ensure you uncheck any files you don�t wish to download.

Windows6.0-KB936330-X86-wave0.exe

Windows6.0-KB936330-X64-wave0.exFiles /b>

Windows6.0-KB936330-X86-wave0.exe

Windows6.0-KB936330-X64-wave0.exe

____________________________________________________Title /b>Windows Vista SP1 RTM From Size /b>17 Version /b>6001.18000.080118-18Milestone /b>RDescription /b>

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 RTM is available to testers through Windows Update. Experience the WU installation path for Windows Vista SP1 by following 4 simple steps in the attached document and give us your feedback to improve our quality.

Windows Vista SP1 distributed through Windows Update will be applicable to Windows Vista machines that are running English, German, Japanese, French, and Spanish.

If you already installed the Service Pack to your machine by using the standalone package, you must uninstall RC before you can be offered SP1 through WUFiles /b>

SP1_RK.cmd.remove

VistaSP1_WUReleaseMessage.docx

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Windows Vista with Service Pack 1 now available on MVLS!

Volume Licensing customers now have access to the full version of Windows Vista with Service Pack 1. VL customers can download the software at https://licensing.microsoft.com.

Yes, that means customers with volume licensing agreements like Select or EAs will not need to be waiting until March 1st. It's there to download now.

NOTE: This is the full version of the Windows Vista OS with Service Pack 1 slipstreamed/integrated into the install. It is available as a DVD in both x64 & x86 versions.

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Source via Bink.nu

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My MVLS doesn't look like that and I don't see Vista SP1 on there... weird.

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yea, it's the old MVLS layout, prolly faked, Server 2008 and Vista SP1 aren't present yet on MVLS (tho we DO have keys for server 2008)

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yeah not on my MVLS either, if you follow bink's source all the way it ends up with this site

http://kurtsh.spaces.live.com/default.aspx

He says it shows up on the old layout, but not the new one. However his instructions didn't work for me either. Also his screenshot only shows the enterprise one which I'm not interested in at all.

Connect only has the standalone for download.

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Keith Combs [uPDATE for 2/11] My crystal ball is now telling me this morning (Seattle time)

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Vista SP1 RTM was released to beta testers on Feb 6th thru Microsoft's Connect site. Here are the details from the downloads made available.

Do you have the MD5 or SHA-1 hash available for the slipstreamed SP1 image? Did Microsoft put that information up on MSDN or TechConnect?

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Looks like it isn't going to happen anywhere except the torrents.

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It's pretty much impossible to get hold of it via MVLS, I don't even know why that MS guy posted the screenshot of it given that you simply can not access the old style MVLS, even if you follow his instructions. He says to click the downloads link on the main page instead the one on the navi bar, but when you look at the linked URL's, they both go to the same place.

MS have made such a mess of this release, there was really no need to delay it the way they have. I can understand hiding it on Windows update however.

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