DELL M09 Certificate

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Anonymouz, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. Anonymouz

    Anonymouz MDL Novice

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    As previously posted by another user for DELL M08, Everest tells me this Inspiron 1410n is has OEM Table ID M09. Using the normal certificate cant get it to activate... anyone can post an M09 certificate?
     
  2. Yen

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    You have got a SLIC in bios and no Vista pre-install? No home premium?
     
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  3. Anonymouz

    Anonymouz MDL Novice

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    Machine isn't mine. According to the owner, it comes with Linux so I guess it doesn't come with Home Premium. I installed Vista and tried to activate it with a certificate which failed so I installed Everest and found that the ID was M09.
     
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  5. Anonymouz

    Anonymouz MDL Novice

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    That's right, for all who seeks for M09 certificate seek no more cause the other certificates can be applied too!
     
  6. BarkerMan0959

    BarkerMan0959 MDL Novice

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    So if I have an older Lat D430 with oemtableid: M07. am I able to use the .bin and .xrm from my latitude E6500 with a table id of M09?
     
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