Friday, June 13, 2008

Microsoft Windows 7 Build 6519 M1 DVD-MSBP

Microsoft Windows 7 Build 6519 M1 DVD-MSBP 2,95GB


Milestone 1 Build 6.1.6519.1 (LEAKED !!!) With Windows Vista finally behind us, it’s time to turn our attention to the next Windows client release, which is currently codenamed Windows 7, though Microsoft has used other code-names, like “Vienna” and “Windows Seven” in the past. This release is the early build which was showcased at a conference back in January ‘08. Remember to read .nfo first before installing. Enjoy.

Easier. Windows 7 will make it easier for users to find and use information. Local, network and Internet search functionality will converge. Intuitive user experiences will be further advanced. Automated application provisioning and cross-application data transparency will be integrated.

More secure. Windows 7 will include improved security and legislative compliance functionality. Data protection and management will be extended to peripheral devices. Windows 7 will advance role-based computing scenarios and user-account management, and bridge the inherent conflicts between data protection and robust collaboration. It will also enable enterprise-wide data protection and permissions.

Better connected. Windows 7 will further enable the mobile workforce. It will deliver anywhere, anytime, any device access to data and applications. It will enable a robust ad-hoc collaboration experience. Wireless connectivity, management and security functionality will be expanded. The performance and functionality of current and emerging mobile hardware will be optimized. The multiple device sync, management and data protection capabilities in Windows will be extended. Finally, Windows 7 will enable flexible computing infrastructures including rich, thin and network-centric models.

Lower cost. Windows 7 will help businesses optimize their desktop infrastructure. It will enable seamless OS, application and data migration, and simplified PC provisioning and upgrading. It will further efforts towards non-disruptive application updating and patching. Windows 7 will include improved hardware- and software-based virtualization experiences. And it will expand the PC self-help and IT Pro problem resolution diagnostics in Windows.

Release Infos
- Release Date.....: 11th June 2008
- Release Name.....: Microsoft.Windows.7.Build.6519.M1.DVD-MSBP
- Supplier.........: Microsoft
- Type.............: OS
- Number of Discs..: 1 DVD
- MS Release Date..: 20. December 2007

Release Description
-Integration with the Windows Communication Foundation, allowing
-SOA application developers to harness the power of parallel
-Computing offered by Windows HPC Server 2008.
-Support for external databases for Job Scheduling database
-Support for Open Grid Forums HPC-Basic Profile interface
-Improved management console with support for Windows PowerShell scripting

Installation Instructions
ALL IN THE NFO FILES INCLUDED

Screenshots: http://www.cnbeta.com/articles/57975.htm
and: http://www.cnbeta.com/articles/58007.htm

Download: Windows_7_BETA_Build_6519.4233045.TPB.torrent (open the file with a BitTorrent client)

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Windows 7 (formerly known as Blackcomb and Vienna) is the working name for the next major version of Microsoft Windows as the successor of Windows Vista. Microsoft has announced that it is "scoping Windows 7 development to a three-year timeframe", and that "the specific release date will ultimately be determined by meeting the quality bar." Windows 7 is expected to be released sometime in 2010. The client versions of Windows 7 will ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. A server variant, codenamed Windows Server 7, is also under development.

File Name: Windows 7 BETA Build 6519.1.071220-1525_x86fre_client_en-us-gb1cfre_en_dvd.iso (2.91GB)
MD5 Hash: E5 BA C6 B4 B8 9F 0E 3F 09 07 5C 0A 07 D8 2F 6A

Please note for the installation to be successful you need to set the date on your computers bios back to 02 December 2007.

How to activate:

From what we can tell it does not work, the services it asks you to play with don’t exist and tokens.dat is stored in a different location to what is stated in the guide below. However some people on various forums say it has worked for them so we will keep it up for now.
We think you should just set your clock back to December and have a play about with it... 30 days is plenty of time to have a good tinker.

Activator Download

1) Mount / Burn

2) Set your bios clock back to 02 December 2007

3) Install without a key

4) To get rid of WPA extract activator.rar

5) Click Start -> Run and Type services

6) Go to Services->Software Licensing and choose "Disabled" as Startup method

7) Reboot your computer, when rebooted, go to C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\AppData\ Roaming\Microsoft\SoftwareLicensing and delete the tokens.dat file there, replacing it with the one from the activator.rar

8) Yet again, go to Services->Software Licensing and choose "Automatic" as Startup method.

9) Run the Activation.exe file (included in rar), activate your computer as if it was running Vista Ultimate. (Should any errors occur, just neglect them.) Restart your computer.

10) After reboot, it will now ask for a cd-key, use the following one: 6F2D7-2PCG6-YQQTB-FWK9V-932CC - wait a few minutes it for it to activate!
Now you've got an activated Windows 7 version.

REMINDER: This build will expire in June 2008!

Screenshots and more info:
News Source

Original Source!

Anonymous said...

like that:
http://download.windowsvista.com/dl/preview/beta2en/x86/iso/vista_5384.4.060518-1455_winmain_beta2_ x86fre_client-LB2CFRE_EN_DVD.iso

or

vista_6000.16386.061101-2205.x86fre_client-lrmcfre_en_dvd.iso

vista_6000.16386.061101-2205.x64fre_client-lrmcxfre_en_dvd.iso

? other folder ? /alpha ?

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