Everything ei.cfg

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  1. MDLISTHEBEST

    MDLISTHEBEST MDL Novice

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    #1 MDLISTHEBEST, Aug 20, 2012
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    Make his Topic everything about ei.cfg

    And Of Course I Know Most If Not Everything About It, But Post What You Know Here To Allow Other People To Know


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    ei.cfg
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    [EditionID]
    Your Edition
    [Channel]
    Retail
    [VL]
    0
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  2. urie

    urie Moderator
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    Three years to late been discussed a thousand times and most people just delete ei.cfg.
     
  3. MDLISTHEBEST

    MDLISTHEBEST MDL Novice

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    But It Would Be Better For It To Be In One Place, Also It Can Help Me Learn, Because I Want To Change My Disk Into An AiO, VL, SP1, x32 and x64 bit disk and so far i've only got the SP1 and AiO and separate x32 and x64 disks
     
  4. MDLISTHEBEST

    MDLISTHEBEST MDL Novice

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    Explanation On All Things In ei.cfg

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    ei.cfg
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    [EditionID]
    Your Edition
    [Channel]
    Retail
    [VL]
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    [EditionID]:
    This is what edition the installer will look at and install for you

    [Channel]:
    I Don't Know Very Much About This.

    [VL]:
    I Don't Know Very Much About This.
     
  5. urie

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  6. dailyinsanity

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    Just delete the file. You can change the channel in windows.
     
  7. MDLISTHEBEST

    MDLISTHEBEST MDL Novice

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    OK I Need to change the name of this fourm here, but how do i change it to an VL disk with both x32 and x64 on the one disk

    Or Can I Use WinAIO?
     
  8. urie

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    VL disk no such thing only enterprise and professional are VL in the sense it is the key that determines activation type. just use WinAIO.