Help with creating a Windows 7 OEM disk.

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Jarun, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. Jarun

    Jarun MDL Novice

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    #1 Jarun, Feb 1, 2012
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  2. Tito

    Tito Super Mod / Adviser
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    This is what you need... :)

    BTW, how can you activate Windows 7 Enterprise with cert & key (means oem:slp activation)?? :confused:
     
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  3. Jarun

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    Might not be able to. I used Win 7 ultimate, but was going to use enterprie for the restore CD. Going to test first.
     
  4. Jarun

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    actually I think this is what I need :biggrin:

    well to actually show you the thread I need 20 posts >.>
     
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    ok, I'm just going to post so I can post what I wanted to post.
     
  6. Jarun

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    Ok, link included. Does anyone know of any programs that can simplify this process?
     
  7. Tito

    Tito Super Mod / Adviser
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    Have you checked my suggestion above?? :rolleyes:
     
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  8. Jarun

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    #8 Jarun, Feb 29, 2012
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    yes I did mr.eye-roller. And what you linked to is another automated scrip installer, not something to create a specific oem disk for a specific slic bios install.
     
  9. Jarun

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    updated previous post.
     
  10. redroad

    redroad MDL Guru

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    I find it amazing the amount of respect you give to someone who has helped thousands of people. Tito pointed you in the right direction. You were just expecting an easy answer. Read and do the work to fit it to your specific needs.:doh:
     
  11. Jarun

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    #11 Jarun, Mar 5, 2012
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    Wow... Thank you! I love being amazing! You are amazing too :biggrin:

    But sarcasm aside... he rolled his eyes. All I did was state that and you bite my head off? I know he was trying to be helpful, but it is exactly what I said I had already found did not want, in my original post... So if anything I should have been rolling my eyes... but I didn't and I didn't flame him. I just restated my question.

    You're presumption is also just as amazing as I was not expecting an easy answer... I was just checking to see if anyone knew of one :) Or atleast an easy"er" answer. And I did read through what he linked (did you?) That is how I discovered it is another script installer. It doesn't much help in the way of what I was asking. I want to do just one think that the script does. The thread that was linked instructs how to install the script, it does not explain how the script works (in the precise terms that I need in order to replicate it).

    I have, however, found out how the script does what I want to do and am in the middle of manually doing it. I found the instructions from the links I included... What I am asking for is if anyone knows of a program that will make this simpler instead of me having to do everything manually. Things such as this exist for XP, but not for win 7 as far as I can tell. Unless one of you knows of something.
     
  12. urie

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    @ Jarun, it doesn't get any easier just adding the $OEM$ folder to sources folder and deleting the ei.cfg file no need for you to dissect the script you are far better of with a dvd that can install on multiple manufacturers computers than just one and even then if you had given correct information i,e, what SLIC string you used in bios mod then perhaps some one would have made a custom $oem$ folder for you.

    have a look at this thread can i create win7 oem dvd ? fi you post correct info on slic then I will make you up an $oem$ folder