Is there any Windows 7 'E' edition oem:slp key?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by layby, Dec 27, 2009.

  1. layby

    layby MDL Novice

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    I absolutely don't need IE. I wanna use 'E' edition of Windows 7. So I've googled all the web last few days, but I can't find 'E' edition's OEM:SLP key.

    Of course, I know the 'E' edition of Windows 7 is not released officially, however I think a OEM:SLP key of 'E' edition is exist.

    Is there 'E' edition of Windows 7 OEM:SLP key exist? or not? I really need a Ultimate or Professional 'E' edtition's OEM:SLP key.

    Thanks for reading my post. I'm waiting for your answers.
     
  2. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    No, because it was scrapped. No OEM:SLP keys and no updates either.
     
  3. Phazor

    Phazor MDL Expert

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    Wrong thinking.

    Since they didnt release the product, why would they release any keys for it?

    Its like manufacturing a key for a lock on a door in a house that doesnt exist...
     
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  4. layby

    layby MDL Novice

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    Nope? How sad...

    But updates, yes. I've installed E edition on VMware and updates are exist. The updates can be installed, the same components of normal edition.
     
  5. layby

    layby MDL Novice

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    Good expression. I fully understand:)
     
  6. chianf092

    chianf092 MDL Senior Member

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    From what I heard they scrapped the E edition and converted them all to the "N" editions....
     
  7. Matrix Leader

    Matrix Leader MDL Addicted

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    What is teh N edition? can someone explain please?
     
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  8. jupier2k

    jupier2k MDL Member

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    Windows 7 Ultimate N edition does not have Internet Browser or Windows media player.
     
  9. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    #9 sebus, Dec 27, 2009
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    Windows 7 Ultimate E edition does not have Internet Browser.
    Windows 7 Ultimate N edition does not have Internet Browser or Windows media player

    I think I read somewhere that when the "N" OEM SLP keys appear (and thay might), they also should be OK for the now non-existing "E" version (correct me if I have it wrong)

    sebus
     
  10. layby

    layby MDL Novice

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    I need WMP12, so I don't use N edition.

    As I know, WMP12 isn't exist as a standalone. Right?

    If I can install WMP12 on N edition, I'll use this.
     
  11. lifedigital

    lifedigital MDL Novice

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    Install regular version then disable IE if you don't what to use it.:D:D:D
     
  12. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    The current N editions have no WMP, and a choice of browser on first start. There are no E editions officially supported, do not install them.
     
  13. vladxed666

    vladxed666 MDL Senior Member

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  14. LQQL

    LQQL MDL Addicted

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    Like Lifedigital (post #11) said before:

    Just go with Ultimate and turn the unwanted features off. It's that easy, isn't it?

    Control Panel > Programs & Features > Turn Windows features on or off

    That's all you need to do.
     
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  15. -jay-

    -jay- MDL Junior Member

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    sorry but wmp is still installed even unchecked so nice try

    best use windows -n does not have wmp installed at all
     
  16. Mr Jinje

    Mr Jinje MDL Expert

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    #16 Mr Jinje, Dec 28, 2009
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    There is a better way, very easy to fully remove all traces of WMP via autounattend.xml

    Code:
        <servicing>
            <package action="configure">
                <assemblyIdentity name="Microsoft-Windows-Foundation-Package" version="6.1.7600.16385" processorArchitecture="x86" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="" />
                <selection name="MediaPlayback" state="false" />
            </package>
        </servicing>
    This fully removes WMP, MCE, DVD Maker. There is no WMP folder or eHome folder. There are no codecs (don't quote me, I only installed this once for proof of concept)