Installing Numpy on 64bit Windows 7 with Python 2.7.3
Installing Numpy on 64bit Windows 7 with Python 2.7.3
Try the (unofficial) binaries in this site:
http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/#numpy
You can get the newest numpy
x64 with or without Intel MKL libs for Python 2.7 or Python 3.
Assuming you have python 2.7 64bit on your computer and have downloaded numpy from here, follow the steps below (changing numpy‑1.9.2+mkl‑cp27‑none‑win_amd64.whl
as appropriate).
 Download (by right click and save target) getpip to local drive.

At the command prompt, navigate to the directory containing
getpip.py
and runpython getpip.py
which creates files in
C:Python27Scripts
, includingpip2
,pip2.7
andpip
. 
Copy the downloaded
numpy‑1.9.2+mkl‑cp27‑none‑win_amd64.whl
into the above directory (C:Python27Scripts
) 
Still at the command prompt, navigate to the above directory and run:
pip2.7.exe install numpy‑1.9.2+mkl‑cp27‑none‑win_amd64.whl
Installing Numpy on 64bit Windows 7 with Python 2.7.3
Download numpy1.9.2+mklcp27nonewin32.whl from http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/#numpy .
Copy the file to C:Python27Scripts
Run cmd from the above location and type
pip install numpy1.9.2+mklcp27nonewin32.whl
You will hopefully get the below output:
Processing c:python27scriptsnumpy1.9.2+mklcp27nonewin32.whl
Installing collected packages: numpy
Successfully installed numpy1.9.2
Hope that works for you.
EDIT 1
Adding @oneleggedmule s suggestion:
You can also run the following command in the cmd:
pip2.7 install numpy1.9.2+mklcp27nonewin_amd64.whl
Basically, writing pip alone also works perfectly (as in the original answer). Writing the version 2.7 can also be done for the sake of clarity or specification.