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    #2619210

    This is would be for someone who downloaded the ISO via the Rufus program. I am looking for the SHA256 hash of Windows 11 64-bit 22H2 ISO US-EN (English) downloaded via Rufus program. I missed the download in October.

    I want to see what the SHA256 hash should be.

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    • #2619229

      You could download directly from MS here and then compare the hash.

      cheers, Paul

    • #2619553

      Today it is giving out 23H2 ISO as in November; the 23H2 hash is provided if you click on the Verify button. I was hoping someone with a 22H2 Rufus download could  run a SHA256 hash for me.

      Regards

    • #2625561

      Found the SHA256 for Windows 11 22H2 ISO at a Microsoft website:

      English International 64-bit
      F115CD6B31734BC091BC94B964D5AD43984285BF229503481E2F7EF94AB7140E
      English 64-bit
      0DF2F173D84D00743DC08ED824FBD174D972929BD84B87FE384ED950F5BDAB22

      If anyone can confirm they see the same hashes, it would be good.

      • #2629627

        Note 4 hex characters are missing in each of the hashes. Please refer to the Microsoft web site for the full hash.

    • #2625736

      Hash will be different depending on whether the iso is the Win11_22H2_English_x64v1.iso or the Win11_22H2_English_x64v2.iso which was released ~May 2023. I downloaded the Win11_22H2_English_x64v2.iso from MS in June 2023. The value of my SHA256 hash from that download was 8059A99B8902906A90AFE068AC00465C52588C2BD54F5D9D96C1297F88EF1076
      Does this match your download from Rufus?
      Based on the date in your link (March 2023), they are showing the hashes from Win11_22H2_English_x64v1.iso

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    • #2628792

      I was looking for the SHA256 hash to check on some ISOs. This did not match my Win11_22H2_English_x64.iso so I don’t consider my ISO good. Rufus does not work well for me, so I have been using another source, Wayback Machine (archive.org)

      The one hash that matches up, is the Windows 11 English International version 1, Win11_22H2_EnglishInternational_x64v1.iso. There is also Win11_22H2_EnglishInternational_x64v2.iso but I don’t have the hash to verify it is authentic.

      My most successful search was by date: https://archive.org/search?query=date%3A2022-09-20+iso

      • #2628986

        You can go here to download a Windows 11 22H2 English ISO version

        I found that with Windows English language versions there are two: English (US) and English (UK).
        The version upgrade has to be same as the existing installed version otherwise the upgrade will abort with a wrong version error message.

        https://www.itechtics.com/windows-11-22h2/

        There are several other download sites that offer back dated Windows OS versions.

         

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        • #2629332

          I would never use a Windows ISO that did not come direct from MS.
          The ones on the ittechs site appear to be hosted by ittechs.

          cheers, Paul

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          • #2629632

            Paul T: You make a good point.

            I need 2 pieces of information to be sure, the file is the same:
            1) file size
            2) SHA256 hash

            There is a small chance the file could be manipulated to come up with the same SHA256 hash. Yes I did not check the file size so I am taking a risk.

             

        • #2629629

          Gordski: The file Win11_22H2_English_x64v1.iso matches up to the hash posted by Microsoft.

      • #2629376

        Hello @KP, How is your quest going to find the hashes for the isos? I noticed, as I am sure you did that archive.org sometimes lists the hash. In the future I plan to copy & save the hashes from MS along with my saved isos. Recently I did have a bad download directly from MS for the Win 11 23H2 English iso. I noticed that there was a problem because the size of the iso was smaller than it should have been. Sure enough, the hash was incorrect, so I re-downloaded that iso from MS.
        Is the Win11_22H2_EnglishInternational_x64v2.iso the only hash you need to verify now?

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        • #2629633

          The hashes match up for the Win11_22H2_EnglishInternational_x64v1.iso and the iTechtics’ Win11_22H2_English_x64v1.iso files.

          Windows 11 is still pristine and has only been on the internet for a few minutes to setup. I will make a backup, before going on the internet again. Other software has been downloaded via another PC so it doesn’t need the internet, until I get my preferred security on.

          Windows 11 Privacy section in the AKB 2000022 which I will have a look at.

    • #2629634

      I will leave this open to the end of the month before closing to resolved.

      Thanks everyone.

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