SHA1 for current TechBench download

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    SHA1 for current TechBench download


    Does anyone have the correct SHA1 for the current Workbench download - Win10_1511_EnglishInternational_x64.iso, please?
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  2. Posts : 3,365
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    When you are at the Tech Bench Upgrade Program page and click the Confirm once you have selected the edition a new button appears under that as the page jumps a bit where you then select the language. There isn't any hash number or other information you would see if using something like BitTorrent or some other downloader. Tech Bench

    Once you have the language selected you will then be presented with the option for either the 32bit or 64bit since each ISO will contain both the Home and Pro editions only in one flavor or the other as a dual iso about 5.48gb in size on disk. So for you the English International is simply a matter of clicking on the correct selection from the drop down list. If you realize you clicked the wrong one or need to make a change simply hit the back button or arrow on the browser you are using to go back to the Language selector again.
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  3. Posts : 63
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    Yes, no problem downloading, I want to use the SHA1 to see if the download is complete & correct.
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  4. Posts : 13,695
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    Oriental Slave said:
    Yes, no problem downloading, I want to use the SHA1 to see if the download is complete & correct.
    Would you have any reason to suspect it has not downloaded ok?

    The iso will either work or it won't if corrupted.

    You will probably wait longer to get an answer than it takes to try it.
    Last edited by cereberus; 01 Feb 2016 at 18:45.
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  5. Posts : 3,365
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    Agreed! In fact here I download any build's iso multiple times to have on multiple drives either to have as a backup/spare or when setting up a VM on the Windows 7 side of the dual boot with 10. If something doesn't look right with the iso it gets replaced on the spot with a fresh replacement download.

    The only MS downloads you might see any hash numbers for would be from either MSDN or TechNet subscribed downloads for various MS products for evaluation.
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    Oriental Slave said:
    Does anyone have the correct SHA1 for the current Workbench download - Win10_1511_EnglishInternational_x64.iso, please?
    Just downloaded it. SHA1 from Winhasher:

    SHA1 for current TechBench download-2016-02-01_20h52_33.pngSHA1 for current TechBench download-2016-02-01_20h53_17.png
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  7. Posts : 3,365
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    Here's one MS reference you may want to look over on how to calculate MD5 and SH1 numbers. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/889768

    The page there also links off to another page for the Checksum Integrity Verifier Tool. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/841290
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  8. Posts : 3,449
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    The Techbench iso's are the same as those at MSDN, just renamed - the hash should thus match.

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  9. Posts : 63
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    f14tomcat said:
    Just downloaded it. SHA1 from Winhasher:

    SHA1 for current TechBench download-2016-02-01_20h52_33.pngSHA1 for current TechBench download-2016-02-01_20h53_17.png
    That does of course suppose your download is undamaged...
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  10. Posts : 3,365
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    They're the exact same only from different MS sites being the only thing that would be seeing anything changed. The Tech Bench Program is simply an offshoot of the Windows Insider Program mainly for developers and of course the initial "4 in 1" project.
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