Microsoft.windows.7.ultimate.rtm.x86.oem-yomofoshereisoem

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by timebandit, Jul 26, 2009.

  1. timebandit

    timebandit MDL Junior Member

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  2. justinkb

    justinkb MDL Member

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    keys from OEM are blocked alrdy, were posted yesterday. weren't SLP anyway. other rls has no key either.
     
  3. SumitB

    SumitB MDL Novice

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    The Ultimate key is accepted. Now, bring out the certificates :D
     
  4. timebandit

    timebandit MDL Junior Member

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    there are some certs arround here
     
  5. SumitB

    SumitB MDL Novice

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    Can you give me some links? I could not find any :(
     
  6. zolookas

    zolookas MDL Junior Member

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    Exactly, where?
     
  7. timebandit

    timebandit MDL Junior Member

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    my bad, are vista certs, sorry
     
  8. The_Virus

    The_Virus MDL Novice

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    Are there any differences between the "yomofoshereisoem" and the original MS "zokuno" release?
     
  9. Shuya Nanahara

    Shuya Nanahara MDL Novice

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    Keys are locked by MS.
     
  10. SumitB

    SumitB MDL Novice

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    Strange. I tried the Ultimate key and it was accepted. How do I check if this is blocked or not. Since it is claimed to be the OEM key, we do need the corresponding certificate for it to be activated.
     
  11. jdrom17

    jdrom17 MDL Novice

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    #11 jdrom17, Jul 26, 2009
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    Read this thread: http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/6703

    The keys are NOT SLP, meaning they will not activate with a certificate.
     
  12. will5

    will5 MDL Member

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    did you try with this iso or the retail iso?

    I wonder if the product ID is different from retail to oem (without keys in both cases)

    Did anyone install oem? In product id you get OEM string?
     
  13. HSChronic

    HSChronic MDL Expert

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    the default install keys are different and that changes the PID on install.

    The keys posted are not manufacturer keys, so great you installed it but it is not going to do you any good because they will not activate against a cert.
     
  14. will5

    will5 MDL Member

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    #14 will5, Jul 26, 2009
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    but, if you dont put any key on install... PID should be equal on retail and oem?

    I have the two isos, and canĀ“t find differences.

    On retail, the pid its just a number.... maybe If I put an oem key... the pid will change to something like xxxxxxxxx-OEM-xxxxxxxx ?

    On OEM dont know if pid is just a number...