how to make oem dvd

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  1. das4132

    das4132 MDL Novice

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    I already flash my bios for slic 2.1 with asus slic. i want to know how to make auto active when install. the structure for the $$oem folder are still same as windows vista? or not same as vista. please guide.:confused::confused::confused::confused:
     
  2. sam3971

    sam3971 MDL Guru

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    Here you go dude. It is my post of my auto-activator dude. Enjoy, good luck.
     
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  3. Mr Jinje

    Mr Jinje MDL Expert

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    #3 Mr Jinje, Oct 26, 2009
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    If you have SLIC in BIOS, you could use the DISM Tool, and integrate your KEY and CERT directly into the DVD, and it will auto activate during the install.

    How to create OEM DVD Recovery Disk for readers with SLIC in BIOS.

    1) Click Mount Wim (choose WIM file and empty folder to mount and be sure to set image index # in combo box)
    2) Press Integrate Cert, and choose you cert file
    3) Copy/Paste you key into text field and push Install Key button
    4) Commit WIM changes
    5) Dis-Mount WIM
    6) Burn to DVD with favorite ISO software.
     
  4. sam3971

    sam3971 MDL Guru

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    I already did that dude. The only difference is that mine supports all editions of Win7 except Enterprise dude. As soon as an OEM enterprise Key is released I will update it to support it as well. It also installs a loader if there is no bios mod lol :D Hazar's Original Idea with my tweaks and updates.
     
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  5. Mr Jinje

    Mr Jinje MDL Expert

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    LOL, Not trying to be competitive, didn't even know you posted before me. We both post at same times. :D

    But DISM Tool is slightly different, it does not require any $OEM$ folders, as it integrates the Key and Cert inside the Install.wim, instead of using $OEM$ folder method.
     
  6. sam3971

    sam3971 MDL Guru

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    lol, I was not trying to be competitive either, I just released that tonight and I am trying to get more testers to make sure that it works ok though, That is all. All I tested it on was vmware so far, thats why. :D
     
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  7. das4132

    das4132 MDL Novice

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    #7 das4132, Oct 26, 2009
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    your method using wim file but how to input the oem data like logo or something else????

    i prefer the $oem$ method
     
  8. nfo

    nfo MDL Junior Member

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    i have the same problem.... please help.... oem dvd whit $oem$ folder dont install key and dont activate windows...
     
  9. Dolorous Edd

    Dolorous Edd MDL Expert

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    #9 Dolorous Edd, Oct 26, 2009
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    Jinje's method is the best way to go, you can install different keys for the different images on the DVD by selecting the appropriate index when loading install.wim

    Select the Wim, select the appropriate index, paste the appropriate key, insert the appropriate cert. unload and save then repeat for the other indexes on the DVD that you want to auto activate if your bios has slic2.1

    INdex numbers and their corresponding versions in the untouched ISO's (verify the hash before starting)

    X86

    index 1 Starter
    Index2 Home Basic
    Index 3 Home Premium
    Index 4 Professional
    Index 5 Ultimate

    X64

    Index 1 Home Basic
    Index 2 Home Premium
    Index 3 Professional
    Index 4 Ultimate

    EDIT: After thinking about it I am not 1 hundred percent sure about the image order, I think Vista had a different order. Google just gives me the vista index order and it had starter as #4 for some reason.

    This will also work for just inserting retail keys, for example I have a premium key, pro key and ultimate key and I can insert them into one disk, just have to make damn sure I don't lose the disk.
     
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