Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Ev1lM0nk3y, Nov 17, 2009.
NEW BACKUP LINK HERE:
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same thing happened to me i went in to audit mode and checked the act it said 3 days
after i finished installing all i needed to sp1 and apps i rebooted and windows asked for key i did not enter one and now its 100% act
The $oem$ folders listed here are wonderful but I was wondering if my laptop has one on it, I do not have the install disk but my laptop has a 15gb OEM partition on it, is there anything I can get from there?
Edit: Also, Can someone update the fist post with the new link?..
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Yes I found the OEM folder for Acer and I am running Windows 7 x64 SP1 (Media Refresh)
Great work thanks. I made my first one with no problems at all. I have a few questions which were probably alredy answered but I can't find the answers while checking all 67 pages.
1. I want to put in some drivers and updates using Vlite. Do I add the OEM folder and edited ei.cfg before or after Vlite or does it matter?
2. I want to make a single DVD combining both the x86 and x64 of the same Win7 version. Do I add the OEM folder and edited ei.cfg before or after the conversion?
It doesn't matter bro, $oem$ folder is not affected, for AIO make sure the $oem$ folder is in your x86\sources folder..
Not $OEM$ folder.... but where are some wallpapers that are in my ASUS X53S driver disc
A "newbie" question...sorry folks
I have just downloaded the above which i believe is a bunch of diff "Oem's" for Laptops...I have a Win7 disk that has already been modified to install "most" of the Win7 Editions, but i would like to add these "oem's" to that disk. I located the $oem$ directory and was under the impression to just "copy" the downloaded oem's to this directory, but it seems it wants to overwrite certain files...How can i add these "oem's" to my existing Win7-disk so that when i install win7, it will automatically activate the appropriate edition with the corresponding oem? For example, one of the OEM's was called ---> "Acer_Home_Premium"<-- that has a subdirectory called $oem$
...or can i just load Daz's Windows Loader instead...
Thanks Urie...i'm going to jump right into this
just tried adding some certificates...Although it DOES show the "Brand" of the pc, it tells me 3 days still to activation...after using Daz's Loader...WHALLA...fully activated....think i'll rather leave the "activation manually" method to the "Fundi's" and just use Daz's Windows Loader...works like a CHARM! thx Daz
Matter of interest....the "Certificates", do they have the licenses embedded, or is there another place where i have to insert the actual "key" ?
Again, not $OEM$ folder... but two wallpapers from HCL recovery partition ->
im trying to make a whs 2011 source folder for Hp can anyone help me?
I've download the pack from post #554 and i'd like to know how to make an oem folder with it.
thanks for your help in advance.
the "All Backups" link to Mediafire is dead.
My link works fine..