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 PostPost subject: Which is the earliest Windows 7 build known?        Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:14 pm 
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In the wiki it says the earlier build of Windows 7 is the 6410, but the final Vista build is 6000. So I think there should be earlier builds like 6200 or less. My reasoning is, that Windows LH started from server 2003 codebase, and it's final build was 3790, and the earliest known builds of LH go down to even to 3663 (Info from the wiki). In the wiki it shows only to the 6410 build as the earlier build of Windows 7, and I think there might be ealier builds of Windows 7.

So, do you know any of them?

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 PostPost subject: Re: Which is the earliest Windows 7 build known?        Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:36 pm 
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SistemaRayoXP wrote:
In the wiki it says the earlier build of Windows 7 is the 6410, but the final Vista build is 6000. So I think there should be earlier builds like 6200 or less. My reasoning is, that Windows LH started from server 2003 codebase, and it's final build was 3790, and the earliest known builds of LH go down to even to 3663 (Info from the wiki). In the wiki it shows only to the 6410 build as the earlier build of Windows 7, and I think there might be ealier builds of Windows 7.

So, do you know any of them?

There probably isn't a worse comparison than Longhorn. Pre-reset development began way before Windows Server 2003 reached RTM and post-reset jumped straight to build 5000. Build number jumps are pretty much arbitrary and you shouldn't presume Windows 7 build 62xx existed just because Vista jumped $x build numbers in the beginning of its development.

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 PostPost subject: Re: Which is the earliest Windows 7 build known?        Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 8:35 pm 
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AlphaBeta wrote:
SistemaRayoXP wrote:
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So, do you know any of them?

There probably isn't a worse comparison than Longhorn. Pre-reset development began way before Windows Server 2003 reached RTM and post-reset jumped straight to build 5000. Build number jumps are pretty much arbitrary and you shouldn't presume Windows 7 build 62xx existed just because Vista jumped $x build numbers in the beginning of its development.

Well since 6469 states that you cannot upgrade if you have less than 6410, then there should be builds before 6410, shouldn't there?

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 PostPost subject: Re: Which is the earliest Windows 7 build known?        Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:10 pm 
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SistemaRayoXP's question is about the earliest known Windows 7 build. If I am not mistaken, that's 6410.

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Well since 6469 states that you cannot upgrade if you have less than 6410, then there should be builds before 6410, shouldn't there?


I presume you are either referring to an error that setup outputs or the release notes. In either case, does it specifically mention that you need at least build 6410 of Windows 7, or is it just at least build 6410.

The former would imply that there are earlier builds, whereas the latter could indicate that one could upgrade from Windows Vista but not from an earlier build of Windows 7.


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 PostPost subject: Re: Which is the earliest Windows 7 build known?        Posted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 2:36 am 
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except that condition is forced for THAT build,
just like you had for certain Vista beta1 builds not to be able to upgrade below 50xx

just logical deduction by that gives you idea that there are more unleaked earlier w7 builds

more so if they locked in vista numbers to 6000, 6001, 6002
doesn't take any effort to simply bump their numeration to 6100 for w7 pre-alpha


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 PostPost subject: Re: Which is the earliest Windows 7 build known?        Posted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 8:45 am 
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The earliest build known was buld 6410 it was unleaked today from 6469's setup. But earliest leaked build of Windows 7 is build 6469 with some changes of Windows Vista RTM. Only one SKU Business.


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