24-hours Vista Activation Rush: Suggestions welcome [ReArm, Developer Act., WoW..] Hello everyone, So, I am currently on a modded Vista Ultimate 32bit SP1 (Vista Extreme Edition R2) and I was planning to test it for 120 days with the ReArm trick, thus gaining some time to backup and reorganize my stuff for a future, big format. Unfortunately the ReArm worked only one time. Don't know why. All updates installed except the (in)famous KB940510. Anyone got an idea? The OS expires in 24 hours, so I plan to use an activation method. My mobo is an ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe, and I see the modded Bios is present here. Flashing the BIOS could be perfect, but I can't risk to brick the mobo in any way. Need the PC operative and the data intact. So I was thinking to use a soft crack. I see the Developer Activation 2.0 or the WoW should not mess with the MBR; the Developer seems more likely to work from what I have read around.. So at the moment I am going to try: Developer > WoW > Bios Flash. Then I'll consider Vista Loader 220.127.116.11. Still reading though. And I have to backup important stuff and check recovery floppies, Cds, USBs before starting. Vista is currently installed on an eSATA drive linked to the Silicon Image 3132 controller of the motherboard, drive letter C (but the second primary partition on this drive), then I have a 3-drives Raid 0 on the Nvidia controller, with a bunch of partitions, which I think I'll disconnect during the whole process to avoid mess. I also would rather remain able to install and dual boot other OSs. So if you have good suggestions, I am all ears!