Does Skip Rearm work in Win 7?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by jusilusi, Aug 23, 2009.

  1. jusilusi

    jusilusi MDL Novice

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    #1 jusilusi, Aug 23, 2009
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  2. michalus

    michalus MDL Novice

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    Yes method is the same:)
     
  3. jusilusi

    jusilusi MDL Novice

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    Greetings michalus. Thanks for the reply.

    A few more questions:

    1. Does the rearm count stay at 3 when Skip Rearm is set to 1? And this procedure will only work for 7 times before being disabled?

    2. Can one execute the rearm command after expiry of the trial?

    Many thanks and best regards.
     
  4. HSChronic

    HSChronic MDL Expert

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    skip rearm trick never worked for Vista. It was confirmed as debunked a while back. You get 3 rearms period not getting around it.
     
  5. jimmy2x2x

    jimmy2x2x MDL Novice

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    After 3 re-arms, could you reinstall the OS and begin the 3 re-arm process all over again? (2 reinstalls per year, doesn't sound too painful!)
     
  6. Michel

    Michel MDL Expert

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    4 reinstalls mate ;). Also why rearm everytime if there are already methods to activate

    1. Bios mod
    2. Loaders (software)
     
  7. tomorrow

    tomorrow MDL Addicted

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    Some people like to keep their system clean of activation hacks ;)
     
  8. jusilusi

    jusilusi MDL Novice

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  9. jkh334

    jkh334 MDL Junior Member

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    I dont need this but just curious...couldn't you just do a repair install at the end of your 3 rearms...like upgrade from 7 ultimate to 7 ultimate and keep your files and programs intact but it would count as a new upgrade and new set of re-arms?
     
  10. HSChronic

    HSChronic MDL Expert

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    The article is quite old, so I don't think it is going to be updated.

     
  11. jusilusi

    jusilusi MDL Novice

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    Can windows be rearmed after the expiry of trial period?
     
  12. frwil

    frwil MDL Addicted

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    Yes of course, if there's left at least 1 of 3 possible rearms. Actually that's exactly what they are designed for - to restore trial period at any time after it expired.
     
  13. concierge

    concierge MDL Novice

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    Get a job, man.

    :)
     
  14. Gonzakpo

    Gonzakpo MDL Member

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    BIOS mod is the cleanest way of activacting Win 7/Vista. The problem is that a failed flash or a bad mod can brick your motherboard.
     
  15. jusilusi

    jusilusi MDL Novice

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    #15 jusilusi, Sep 3, 2009
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  16. ZioNN

    ZioNN MDL Novice

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    Which registry key should I change to get rearm reseted?

    The links provided are not functional at this time, so could anyone provide me a new functional link or a step-by-step instructions on how to reset the windows 7 rearm tool? I´ve already used all my 3 originals rearms and need some more time. This month (january 2010) microsoft will begin to sell an upgrade version of W7 here in my country (yeah, we don´t have this option right now, damned!), and I´m waiting it, so I can buy it, saving some $$$, and change my serial.
    Thank you in advance.