Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by zzdiesel, May 21, 2007.
I ask this as I now have the ASUS SLIC on the BIOS.
you could creat your own with the right xms and PID key
Thanks, but I looked at the link, but I couldn't find how to custom make an OEM disk.
Extract your Vista DVD and inside the Sources folder create a new text file and copy paste the text below inside and save the file as PID.TXT
Value=(your OEM Vista key here)
Now take your OEM XRM-MS file that matches your key and copy the file to:
If the $OEM$ and subfolders dont exsist, create them.
Burn the contents as a bootable DVD and you have your OEM disk!
Thanks, I built my disk today. vlite worked ok for making an ISO, but it burned two bad disks. I couldn't figure it out. I finally burned the image with Nero.
What about the logos, will they imported too on the dvd? (I mean OOBE)
Or will there be other changes to make for the logos?
Asus Vista OEM DVD
Woked perfect so simple. Used bios mod for biostar Tforce 550 by XBIOSES and all I have to do is install vista and Its activated.
I wonder about this too. I entered my logos manually after I installed.
Not exactly what you asked but Ive seen this around but I didnt try it logos dony really intrest me.
(OEM LOGOS BETA 0.3) google it.
We are asking if the logos can be added to an OEM disk. I know we can put in the files, but how would get them to install the needed registy keys & etc during the install...
You could check the dell oem dvd where the files are.
That's a good idea. I'll check it out. Thanks...
I did and changed everything in $OEM$ named DELL to MEDION.
Replaced the logos with the Medion ones.
And it worked without any problems.
oem asus source files
hi im trying to install asus oem files in vista source file . no oem file in vista how do i install them into vista source files ??? also trying to install certs into pid.txt file made 3 disk all quit 3/4 the way thru any one have any ideas on how to do this ?????
How are you guys creating the new OEM DVD? I can't get Nero to do it because of the file that is larger than 2GB, and I tried another app (Ashampoo) but I end up with unreadable discs that way.
Burning modified Vista OEM DVD
I work with ISO files. If you already have a Vista ISO, just use UltraISO or PowerISO to add or modify (extract the file you want to modify and then add it back) files and then save and burn to DVD (using the resulting image ISO) with Nero, PowerISO, UltraISO etc.
If you don't have a Vista Iso (or bin or whatever image file) make one on your computer using any of the above software apps. Then proceed as outlined above.
I use ImgBurn for almost all my burning and its free.
be sure to use ntfs file system and not fat32,,
Sharp eye kralle,
Not being able to create files larger than 2gb a sign of FAT32's 2gb limit on file size.
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