Download Windows 7 Service Pack 2 (64 bit-32 bit)

The following article is about Windows 7 Service Pack 2 download and steps on how to integrates into Windows 7 service pack one iso.

Download Windows 7 Service Pack 2 (64-bit & 32-bit)

Whenever users perform a clean installation of Windows 7 operating system on their machine, even the installation media they’re using already merged with SP1, it takes lots of time (ages I guess) to download and install all the essentials security fixes and updates. The primary reason why lots of users avoid installation of Win 7 SP 1, especially when the users have genuine Windows 7 installation media.

When users perform a clean installation of Windows 7 using genuine installation media, the system starts downloading all the security updates and fixes released by Microsoft after 2011. It is because the Windows 7 was first launched in the same year.

By doing this, the operating system not only consumes lots of data in GBs, but you have to make various system reboots to update the system.

windows 7 service pack 1 update

This is an annoying issue and Windows 7 users looking for an update from Microsoft in the form of Windows 7 Service Pack 2 so that they can install it on a single go.

To deal with this situation, the software giant comes up with a solution named as Convenience Rollup Package for Windows 7 SP1, they also calling it a Windows 7 SP 2.

What is Convenience Rollup Package for Windows 7 SP1?

It is a service pack 2 for Windows 7 which has all the critical security fixes and updates for core components required for the proper functioning of the Windows OS. This is the update released by Microsoft after Windows 7 SP1.

The Convenience Rollup update package for Windows 7 is a cumulative update that means after you install this update, there is no need to download and install all the pending updates released up to 2018. The update is released by Microsoft under the ID name of KB3125574.

The Windows 7 Service Pack 2 has all the essential updates which Microsoft has released after 2011.

Download Windows 7 Service Pack 2 (64-bit & 32-bit)

The Convenience Rollup update (ID – KB3125574) is optional for those users running up to date Windows 7 operating system on their machine. Since all the critical security updates and fixes are already installed on the computer via Windows Update, and you don’t need to install them again.

Minimum Requirement to Get Windows 7 SP2 Download

To get convenience rollup update (KB3125574) users are required to install service stack update 2015 (KB3020369) for Windows 7 on your machine.

Download Convenience Rollup update (Win 7 SP2)

Windows 7 users can easily download convenience rollup update (KB3125573) on their machines from Windows Update Catalog.

To grab the update, you’re required to launch any web browser (Recommended – Edge and Internet Explorer) and open this link in the browser (Download Windows 7 Convenience rollup).

On this page, you will find three different links to download convenience roll-up update. You can click on the download button to grab one that meets your system requirements.

In case, you need direct links to download Windows 7 convenience rollup update; then I also managed to get those for you. Following are the direct download links:

Also, if you want to the direct links to download Windows 7 KB3020369 update, the following are links:

Once you have installed Convenience Rollup Package update a.k.a Windows 7 SP2 after performing clean installation of Windows 7, then you don’t have to install security updates and fixes which company provided after the day Windows 7 SP1 update was released.

That’s it!

Also, if you want to merge Windows 7 Convenience rollup into Windows 7 SP1 iso image; then you can also do that. These steps will help you in creating following iso images:

  • Windows 7 Service Pack 2 Download 64-bit iso
  • Windows 7 service pack 2 download 32-bit iso

Merge Windows 7 Convenience Rollup update into SP1 ISO

The users can install the CR update directly after installing the Windows 7 Service Pack 2 and KB3020369, still interested users can re-create installation media and integrate Windows 7 Convenience Rollup into SP1 ISO for future purpose. Here is what you need to do:

1. Firstly, create a new folder and copy the Windows 7 SP1 setup media files into it. It can be like C:\ISO\Win7SP1

2. Launch Elevated Command Prompt. Learn how to do that.

3. In the CMD terminal, you need to copy and paste the following command:

Dism /Get-WIMInfo /WimFile:C:\ISO\Win7SP1\sources\install.wim

4. Now you need to mount the offline Windows image. For that, you need to execute the following command:

Dism /Mount-WIM /WimFile:C:\ISO\Win7SP1\sources\install.wim /Name:”Windows 7 Professional” /MountDir:C:\ISO\unpacked

Once you run the above command, it will mount the Win 7 SP1 edition files to the folder named as C:\ISO\unpacked.

Make sure the following folder must exist on the system or correct the path.

5. Now you need to integrate KB3020369 update for Windows 7. For that, you need to type the following command:

For KB3020369 update for Windows 7 64-bit

Dism /Image:C:\ISO\unpacked /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\packages\Windows6.1-KB3020369-x64.msu

For KB3020369 update for Windows 7 32-bit

Dism /Image:C:\ISO\unpacked /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\packages\Windows6.1-KB3020369-x86.msu

Note: If required, then you can also correct the file names and paths. I’m using the file names and paths just like on my system.

6. To integrate KB3125574 package into Windows 7 ISO image, then you need to execute following commands:

For 32-bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1, run the following command:

Dism /Image:C:\ISO\unpacked /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\packages\windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x86_ba1ff5537312561795cc04db0b02fbb0a74b2cbd.msu

For 64-bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1, run the following command:

Dism /Image:C:\ISO\unpacked /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\packages\windows6.1-kb3125574-v4-x64_2dafb1d203c8964239af3048b5dd4b1264cd93b9.msu

Note: If required, then you can also correct the file names and paths. I’m using the file names and paths just like on my system.

7. Once done with integration, you need to execute the final command to apply the changes and unmount the WIN7 iso image. Here is the command you need to run:

Dism /Unmount-WIM /MountDir:C:\ISO\unpacked /Commit

You’re done.

Note: In the above tutorial, used Windows 7 Professional edition to create an iso image of Windows 7 SP2 for pro edition. Using the same steps, you can also create iso for other editions like:

  • Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 2  iso
  • Windows 7 Professional Service pack 2 iso
  • Windows 7 Enterprise Service Pack 2 bit iso

I hope you find this tutorial on how to download Windows 7 Service Pack 2 (64 bit-32 bit) and integrate Windows 7 service pack 2 into Windows 7 Service Pack 1 iso.

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