After installing Windows 7 Ultimate zh-hk X86,64, the welcome screen is Vista.....

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  1. Dundee

    Dundee MDL Novice

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  2. ochentay4

    ochentay4 MDL Novice

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    Hi, I noticed something similar, when installing Win7 Ultimate SPANISH X86, the load screen was from Vista, but after it installed it was the normal Win7 load screen.
    The version I installed was the official from Technet:

    Windows 7 Ultimate (x86) - DVD (Spanish)

    Includes: Ultimate; 08-14-2009
    Details
    Keys
    Download
    File Name: es_windows_7_ultimate_x86_dvd_x15-65959.iso Date Posted (UTC): 8/14/2009 9:55:36 AM
    SHA1: 1F927E8665C0464D07460EF98E9804EF9468352F ISO/CRC: 88098410
    Available to Levels: TechNet Plus SA Media; TechNet Plus (Retail); TechNet Direct (Retail); TechNet Plus (VL); TechNet Plus Direct (VL); TechNet Cert Partner; TechNet Gold Cert Partner; TechNet Plus Consumer Service Professional Pilot;

    The English version shows the correct load screen...
     
  3. shAkur

    shAkur MDL Novice

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    did you use any activ*tor or l*ader??
     
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  4. jandevries12

    jandevries12 MDL Novice

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    There is no problem. And it has nothing to do with activators/loaders/etc.
    It has something to do with the type of display you're using and/or its resolution.
     
  5. bcl

    bcl MDL Novice

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    I had the same problem when start i used to get vista boot screen and vista logon sound.

    when i changed my screen everthing was fine.
     
  6. ochentay4

    ochentay4 MDL Novice

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    You are wrong. The ENG iso in VirtualBox 3.0.4 shows the correct load screen, the same Virtual session with ES-ES iso shows the vista load screen...
    I think microsoft screwed up a little with this, and I think it is not a problem really... I guess only time or people will tell...
     
  7. potatohead

    potatohead MDL Novice

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    i believe it is more a res thing than type of display. when i connect to my panasonic plasma (HD ready) via hdmi, i would get the vista booting screen, if i connect via d-sub and force a higher res on the same display, i would get the seven booting screen.
     
  8. ochentay4

    ochentay4 MDL Novice

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    #8 ochentay4, Aug 15, 2009
    Last edited: Aug 15, 2009
    I repeat. EN dvd is correct, ES dvd is incorrect, on the same virtual machine. Both images from technet.

    EDIT: I tested them on a real pc and they are different, so, there is something rare.