Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by blackranger, Jan 20, 2010.
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i use RemoveWAT option.
it completely remove product key related section from system properties.
i fear about, it possible to cause any virus attack to my pc?
Why would I put a virus in it?
I think he doesn't mean Hazar you put any virus in the files, he is just afraid of the reliability of removing the activating status and the other related files, documents, etc. All of us are not able to see the status unless we run "slmgr.vbs ___"
For me, I prefer 7Loader 1.6.1 because it keeps my activating status and it seems to be safer.
no one reply this thread? T.T
Sorry for the previous ones, there're infected files detected by Kaspersky 2010.
But they're now updated and checked by Kaspersky 2010, sue they're virus-free.
thanks very much blackranger.
will you keep this thread updated?
if yes please also include incremental updates because downloading 40mb is sooo long with my current connection (7KB/s)
Dude, I think your * button is sticking.
Sorry, maybe I would include them later, but the post must be updated..
Thanks for supporting!
What do you mean, my friend?
Hi Hazor, I think your tool "RemoveWAT" is fantastic, Thank You .
Can it be slipstreamed into the W*ndows 7 iso?
Don't you think that deleting the activation part using RemoveWAT by hand is better than already slipstreamed into the iso?
If you just want to embed RemoveWAT into the ISO, simply just copy the .exe file into the ISO using PowerISO or UltraISO, etc.
Into what folder would or could that be done? Sources folder like with the $OEM$ Pre-activated deal?
I'm sorry I haven't tried that before.
You may ask someone else in MDL.
I would leave the 2 files (7.iso and RemoveWAT.exe) separated in two disks.
After installing the untouched 7, then I use the other disk to activate it, but actually I used to activate 7 by Hazar's Ldr 1.6.1
Why not integrate? It has a "/s" switch for that reason
So just put it in sources folder in ISO or did I misunderstand?
put it in there and make a file called SetupComplete.cmd and put in it
Thanks I'll give that a go and test it in vb
Instead of using the activator can I type out the commands?
I think He's referring to RemoveWAT which is a bit more complicated
Thank you, just looking for activat*r collection pack!