For your info, Digital River, who are one of Microsoft's fullfillment agents, have all of the Win 7 sp1 ISOs available for download. There are some foreign language versions also if that sort of thing is for you. You get the full list of them in the web page below. This is a good opportunity for those, like me, who got the original release, to get the latest SP1 slipstreamed. With the way most people don't get discs when they buy machines these days, this should be also great for them.
The Windows 7 ISO images hosted on Digital River is genuine and official version, and the downloads from the server is legal. It’s after all one of the official channel where end-users who purchase a license (product key) for Windows 7 get the setup installation files.
Anyway, without a genuine and legally purchased product key, you can’t get Windows 7 activated, and Windows 7 will only run as evaluation copy for up to 30 days. http://www.mydigitallife.info/offici...digital-river/