change lui of W7 Pro and Repair installation Q

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  1. Capum130

    Capum130 MDL Member

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    I have here a pc installed with windows 7 professional x86 RTM with user interface in pt-br. (1) How one made the change of language user interface to pt-br? Maybe using Vistalizator?
    (2) Is there already a iso or exe of Windows 7 Professional x86 brazilian portuguese version without sp1 ( build 7600 / RTM ).
    Is it possible to repair installation of this pc, which is unable update to SP1 (build 7601): (unknow) error 800F084F or 0x800f084f, (3) I mean using a "universal install disc" (ei.cfg removed)?
    (3b) Or using a windows 7 professional SP1 x86 ?
     
  2. Tito

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    Is it a OEM PC?? Then can you please run this & upload the outputs.

    See here to upgrade to Ultimate or Enterprise, then use official LPs. Don't use Vistalizator; it messes with critical system files which isn't recommended.
     
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    #3 Capum130, Apr 29, 2014
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    (OP)
    (1)no, it's a retailer pc
    (1b)why would I use the dump slic bin, cert and keys for?
    (1c)upload the build? it's giving error.
    (2)it says upgrade Enterprise to Ultimate, not Professional to Enterprise/Ultimate.
    (2b)If 2 is wrong can I use a Ultimate disc to repair a Professional installation after converting through regedit?
    shall I refrase, the computer were already used Vistalizator or maybe it's is native pt-br. I thought it didn't exist a image of windows 7 Professional pt-br originally. I thought it was like Ultimate, you have the english image then you download the LP.
    (3)again, is it possible to repair installation of W7 Professional x86 pt-br build 7600 using a disc of W7 Professional x86 en-us build 7601 SP1?
    (3b)Using a W7 Pro x86 sp1-u disc?
    (3c)Using a universal 'ei.cfg removed' disc?
    (3d)Using a W7 x86 All Versions English (the one with exe and setup.box)
     
  4. Tito

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    1b. For collection - OEM:SLP keys & OA 2.x SLIC & OEMCERT.
    1c. No need to upload anything, as its a retail build.

    2 . Idea is same, use your brain or this.
    2b. Yes, you can. You need to remove the ei.cfg though.

    3. Not sure; I think repair install requires same language installation media.
     
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    2b. I think it might be no, it can't, because you said "requires same language installation media". Ultimate disc is en-us, Professional installation is pt-br.

    A. using your updown8 tool, the media should be a ultimate 'ei.cfg removed' disc?
    B. After upgrading, would fix the system? Because I can't update to SP1 build 7601 at the moment. It gives error.
     
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    2b. It should, under the condition that the language is same.

    A. It isn't a requirement but you can use.
    B. Yah, it would.
     
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    #7 Capum130, May 2, 2014
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    A. you said "You need to remove the ei.cfg" what the requirements or conditions?
    -> a home premium disc with ei.cfg removed can install ultimate OS ?
     
  8. Tito

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    Yep, provided it is a MSDN copy of the ISO; not some homebrew one.
     
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