Frustration creating my own OEM DVD

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  1. lleiro

    lleiro MDL Novice

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    msr MDL Senior Member

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    You could save disks, by using a usb install drive. there was a thread here today about it. Or use dvdrw disks.
     
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    lleiro MDL Novice

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    Thanks

    I'll keep trying that way!
     
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    Everilda MDL Senior Member

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    You don't have to enter a key during installation and untick the 'Activate on Line' box. When installation is complete you will be in 30 day trial mode.
     
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    lleiro MDL Novice

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    I've tried to follow that thread but maybe I am doing something wrong...

    Can you help me understand how to make step 3 happen?

    3 - "Take your OEM XRM-MS file that matches your SLIC in Bios and copy the file to OEM folder"

    How do I know what XRM-MS matches my SLIC?

    Thanks
     
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    Everilda MDL Senior Member

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    According to the Everest screen-shot in your first post you have a HP slic (HPQOEM), so you need the HP.XRM-MS certificate.
     
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    On dell dvd's there is also a PID.txt file in boot.wim 2 sources folder