Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by BlackZer0, Jun 14, 2011.
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Come on guys!
Thank you so much, BlackZer0!!!!!!!
Looks like a TimeBomb remover wasn't necessary, till now, only 10 downloads...
THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!!!!!
dude sorry for posting but can you make a timebomb remover without patching install.wim and installing again
And how? If you say that, you have to write how.
Very good idea, can you just edit system file or registry to get the job done? Thanks.
No way people, timebomb is activated at the installation process. Our program patches Windows installer, so it doesn't activates the Timebomb anymore.
then maybe we should start uploading the patched iso.
btw how to replace files in iso?
or maybe how to bundle files back to .iso format?
U can create a self ISO with the new Install.wim patched from bluedefuse....
it takes 5 minutes to have a patched ISO(I've a bootable stick with 7955)
Less than re-download whole Iso again....
PS on 7 i use Magic ISO for extracting and rebuilding the new one....
that's exactly what i meant
how to create a self iso?
look on top....
What changes does it make to the wim?
And the option 2, is that just the latest bluepill (1.6 I think)?
EDIT: Sorry I found it on the official bluepill forum. It just replaces slc.dll inside the wim. Cn be done with less hassle by just using the OEM folder, but if they want to use the wim.
But I don't understand why they don't incorporate all the unlocks in the install.wim or OEM folder already then.
ok got it.
That would be great! They may need someone like you as an expert to do this job...
I'm not an expert. But when installing a program, all what happens is copying files (here replacing files with patched versions) and adding/changing registry values.
The files can be placed in the OEM folder, the registry values with a batch file (also in OEM folder I think?).
But if they are mounting the wim they must also know about the OEM folder, so I really don't understand.
Well, WIMPill applies the BluePill to Windows' install.wim. Apply WIMPill, then BlueDefuse and you got a ISO ready to use with everything you need. (except the sCooBy's Ribbon UI, but use BluePill for activate that after the installation ends) We decided to apply it to install.wim because it's easier to do. Applying it to a ISO is actually harder in a automatic way.
I know this is a stupid question, but where do you found out when your timebomb is going (or not going) to go off?
Tested Defuse - the install go to the setup for 1st use.... then STOPPED... MSOOBE.exe error; MSVCR100.dll missing...
files was made using Win 8 7955. install was on clean partition as Dual Boot...
status Defuse - failed.
tested wimPill. it installs, it activates, it unlocks, Does not Remove Timebomb, does not all watermark removal.
Both programs tested on a Original Install.wim... on a Real install....
@Pegatron - start -> type winver -> enter
that shows the timebomb date.
These instructions were not stated prior to: so I will redo and retest.
Well, WIMPill applies the BluePill to Windows' install.wim. Apply WIMPill, then BlueDefuse and you got a ISO ready to use with everything you need