Making a preactivated xp64 Bit AIO

Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by jimwatts, Aug 12, 2012.

  1. jimwatts

    jimwatts MDL Novice

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    Hi all,
    i'm in the process of trying to make an aio of xp 64 bit.
    All works ok except that the correct oembios files are not copied to system 32 folder by oemscan.
    i tried adding :
    DllCall("kernel32.dll", "int", "Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection", "int", 1)
    If FileExists ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.bin" ) Then
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.bin" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\Oembios.bin" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.bin" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\Oembios.cat" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.dat" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\Oembios.dat" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.sig" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\Oembios.sig" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.bin" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\dllcache\Oembios.bin" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.bin" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\dllcache\Oembios.bin" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.dat" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\dllcache\Oembios.dat" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\oembios.sig" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\dllcache\Oembios.sig" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\OEMINFO.INI" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\OEMINFO.INI" , 1 )
    FileCopy ( @ScriptDir & "\OEMLOGO.BMP" , @WindowsDir & "\system32\OEMLOGO.BMP" , 1 )
    FileDelete ( @WindowsDir & "\syswow64\oembios.bin" )
    FileDelete ( @WindowsDir & "\syswow64\oembios.dat" )
    FileDelete ( @WindowsDir & "\syswow64\oembios.sig" )
    FileDelete ( @WindowsDir & "\syswow64\oembios.cat" )
    FileSetAttrib ( @WindowsDir & "\system32\Oembios.bin", "+S+R", 1)
    FileSetAttrib ( @WindowsDir & "\system32\Oembios.bin", "+S+R", 1)
    FileSetAttrib ( @WindowsDir & "\system32\Oembios.dat", "+S+R", 1)
    FileSetAttrib ( @WindowsDir & "\system32\Oembios.sig", "+S+R", 1)
    EndIf

    to the OEMBIOS.inf but makes no difference. I also tried with both 32 and 64 bit versions of setkey just in case that made a difference.
    Has anyone managed to get this to work and if so what am i missing?

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. urie

    urie Moderator
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    #2 urie, Aug 12, 2012
    Last edited: Aug 12, 2012
    Have you tried using OEMSCAN_ADDON_MULTIOEM v1.8 ?

    EDIT: also noticed in VLK-and-OEMBIOS-changer
    Perhaps 911 Medic, can explain.

    OEMSCAN_ADDON_MULTIOEM does have a XP64 folder for keys I have never tried x64 AIO only every made single manufacturer cd.
     
  3. jimwatts

    jimwatts MDL Novice

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    Hi Urie i tried oemscan_addon_multioem and oemauto had the same problem with copying oembios files to system32.