Multi OEM Windows XP Pro with OEMScan

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  1. ColdAsIce

    ColdAsIce MDL Novice

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    #1 ColdAsIce, Apr 9, 2010
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  2. JohnnyRebel

    JohnnyRebel MDL Junior Member

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    nice work!! stuff like this can come in pretty handy... i think i had a media center edition disk that was similar in nature but lost it in the move

    great post
     
  3. blackranger

    blackranger MDL Senior Member

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    Great job but how does it detect which OEM brand the computer is if it is mixed by different parts(non-oem computer). Is it related to BIOS?
     
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  4. ColdAsIce

    ColdAsIce MDL Novice

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    #4 ColdAsIce, Apr 9, 2010
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    It scans BIOS Memory for a specific string within a customizable range and inserts bios files and correct key.
     
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  5. urie

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    oemscan.exe checks bios i,e, DMI area for brand names. then installs bos files and setkey adds correct key for that brand.
     
  6. Siliwangi

    Siliwangi MDL Member

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    great job, thank`s. very appreciate
     
  7. ppcwilly

    ppcwilly MDL Novice

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    Thanks for posting this!

    Thanks:rolleyes:
     
  8. ColdAsIce

    ColdAsIce MDL Novice

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    Im working on 1.1 version with all OEMBios files found ( 88 in "The Windows XP OEMBIOS Archive" threat )
    Also the new disk size will be bigger, at least 2GB.
     
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  9. chinobino

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    #9 chinobino, Apr 12, 2010
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    Hi ColdAsIce,

    Awesome work on the first disc.

    I have already made a disc with 100 OEM's.


    And here is my contents;
    Code:
    0D59FC53 [Equus]
    0F173609 [IECOEMKOHJINSH]
    1C1187CB [HASEECOMPUTER]
    1C1187CB [HASEE PARADISE]
    1E4E3937 [Shanda]
    1EBD4D64 [Optima]
    2BFDC91E [NCA_GROUP_LTD]
    2CD5F907 [KRAFTWAY]
    2F0B1D79 [Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH]
    2F0B1D79 [FUJ   PC      ]
    3A0C0121 [Founder PC] 
    3A0C0121 [FOUNDRFOUNDRPC]
    3A887CB8 [AMOI Electronics]
    3A887CB8 [AMOI Electronics CO.,Ltd]
    3B7A0685 [Tarox]
    3DBE1B0D [Sony  VAIO    ]
    4E00A936 [emaxs]
    5D99A970 [vpr Matrix] 
    5D99A970 [VPR MATRIX]
    06D652A4 [HP PAVILION]
    06D652A4 [HPQOEMSLIC-MPC]
    6A8B62B9 [Seneca]
    6A8B62B9 [Nexlink - Seneca Data]
    6C0C2E95 [GIGABYTE]
    6C0C2E95 [GBT  GBTUACPI]
    6D264FD2 [ViewSonic]
    6E3ACBE4 [TOSINVTOSINV00]
    6EBE3B48 [SYNNEX]
    6FBD72DE [AQUARIUS]
    7B06BD13 [LEGEND Dragon]
    7EB9D890 [Time Computers]
    7EB9D890 [TIME COMPUTER]
    8B2EBECB [Genuine C&C]
    8D3A3465 [LG Electronics]
    8D3A3465 [LGE   LGPC    ]
    8EE1223C [ELITEGROUP] 
    8EE1223C [BIOSLOCKFUNCTION ELITEGROUP]
    8EE1223C [ECSSYSECSPRDCT]
    9B5B2D15 [Premio]
    9CF90CA8 [FUJITSU-PC]
    26B94220 [RoverBook]
    36EDE356 [iQon.ie]
    36EDE356 [iQonIEGENERIC1]
    44A210FB [Tektronix]
    47E62C15 [GREATWALL]
    47E62C15 [cgwallcecgwpc]
    67C5A9B2 [TOSQCITOSQCI00]
    73C866C6 [IPSG]
    73C866C6 [MEI]
    73C866C6 [Micro Electronics, Inc.]
    91F00D40 [RoverCRoNsV450]
    91F00D40 [RoverCRoNsV570]
    162C7931 [HEDYCOMPUTER]
    162C7931 [HEDY06HEDY2006]
    221C8416 [DIXONSXP]
    376E13C7 [Sony Corporation]
    458AE2C4 [Zepto]
    458AE2C4 [jja]
    458AE2C4 [OQO Inc]
    458AE2C4 [OQO  MODEL 02]
    515F564A [Wortmann]
    608BC835 [MAXDATA]
    608BC835 [chili1neergih1]
    700A8481 [TravelMate]
    717B6EF3 [AcerSystem ]
    904CF15A [$SAMSUNGPC]
    904CF15A [SECCSDLH43STAR]
    5237B729 [LENOVO]
    5237B729 [LENOVOCB-01   ]
    06485F9D [MEDIONPC]
    06485F9D [MEDIONNB]
    06485F9D [MEDIONMEDIONAG]
    7870B3C6 [TSINGHUA TONGFANG COMPUTER]
    8432EB94 [SHARP]
    8432EB94 [SHARP YAMATO  ]
    9433FB11 [Actebis]
    9433FB11 [Actebis SAM 451B]
    9509CAD5 [SNC302EEH]
    9509CAD5 [SYSMAXSYXSUKIT]
    9561A0BA [ATComputers]
    10045CFA [ FUJITSU SIEMENS]
    10045CFA [ FSC SYSTEM]
    10045CFA [  FSC SERVER]
    81487FE8 [GATEWAY, INC]
    81487FE8 [GATEWASYSTEM]
    87870F5A [Dell Quanta]
    89799F58 [Matsus**ta]
    89799F58 [MEI_CF]
    678752DC [NEC]
    678752DC [NECc_]
    678752DC [NECC1]
    678752DC [NEC-PC]
    926481E4 [Wanlida Group]
    2411858C [_ASUS_Notebook]
    9271294A [CPS]
    15367043 [SYSFIC]
    15367043 [FICINCFIRST NB]
    71631112 [Mitsubishi]
    74163373 [Epson]
    A16F9D62 [TOSHIBA]
    A093BD92 [Evesham]
    A093BD92 [EVESHAMVALE]
    A94BE5ED [HaierComputer]
    A94BE5ED [haier computer]
    A04597C6 [Gateway]
    AA944D37 [powerspec]
    AA944D37 [WinBook]
    AA944D37 [MEI   MEI_PSWb]
    AD943C4F [ACRSYSACRPRDCT]
    AE805BAE [HIGRADED]
    B3F88133 [JVC]
    B4FFCA38 [Microsoft]
    B6F0EEFD [Dell System]
    B6F0EEFD [Dell Computer]
    B6F0EEFD [Dell Inc]
    B6F0EEFD [DELL  B8K    ]
    B6F0EEFD [DELL  FX09   ]
    B7FC8D93 [Seanix_Cicero]
    B7FC8D93 [CICERO-Seanix]
    B20C65BF [ASUS]
    B20C65BF [_ASUS_FLASH]
    B25C4AA2 [NEC   ND000146]
    B489FBF9 [Itautec]
    B55014F0 [BenQHub]
    B55014F0 [BenQ  Joybook ]
    BB343342 [Hyrican]
    BE5CE5BD [HITACHI]
    BF5F3D34 [BRAIN.TECHNOLOGY]
    C90D5E01 [Positivo]
    C86378C7 [EMACHINES]
    CD4E1902 [Compaq]
    CD4E1902 [Hewlett]
    CD4E1902 [HPQOEMSLIC-BPC]
    CDB82950 [MSI]
    CDB82950 [MSI-2831-MS]
    CDB82950 [MSI-PenNote]
    CDB82950 [MSI-PC]
    CE524ABD [alienware]
    CE524ABD [ALWAREALIENWRE]
    D0F94E0D [Targa]
    D0F94E0D [TGAOEMTARGASYS]
    D2D64C41 [FUJITSU]
    D2D64C41 [SIEMENS]
    D2D64C41 [PRIMERGY]
    D7A77612 [IBM CORPORATION]
    D99F7B12 [TCL123]
    D99F7B12 [TCL   TCL PC  ]
    DB234D65 [Shuttle]
    DEBD653E [MOUSE Computer]
    DEE9D7D9 [RM_Research_Machines]
    DF5C0058 [americanfuture]
    DFD180D2 [TRIGEM] 
    DFD180D2 [TRIGEMDREAMSYS]
    E8B58BA8 [Tsing Tongfang]
    E32D3612 [NEC Computers]
    E32D3612 [NEC_Product]
    E32D3612 [NEC   ND000146]
    E39B6289 [K-Systems] 
    E39B6289 [K-SystKSystems]
    E0766DE2 [SOTEC SOTECDT ]
    F10F096A [MSI_NBMEGABOOK]
    FDAA5E8B [Lan Plus]
    This may help you cross reference ;).
     
  10. urie

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  11. chinobino

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    #11 chinobino, Apr 12, 2010
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  12. Computer Fixer

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    Am looking forward to the new release, thanks very much!
     
  13. FreeStyler

    FreeStyler MDL Guru

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    @chinobino
    Why are you listing OEM SLP 1.0 strings and OEM SLP 2.X OEMID & OEMTABLEID's in oemscan.ini???
    If OEM SLP 2.X OEMID & OEMTABLEID is found this is not going to activate XP you know
     
  14. urie

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    #14 urie, Apr 21, 2010
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  15. tcntad

    tcntad MDL Guru

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    Thanks man!:) Appreciated even if i dont use XP i know others doing it.

    Is an update coming ?

    The hotfile links are pretty damn slow im afraid..
     
  16. ColdAsIce

    ColdAsIce MDL Novice

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    #16 ColdAsIce, Apr 21, 2010
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    Im working on next version with all oem files i found ( i need some time to test it before release ). Hotfile is slow 128kb/s ( will try to find something else in the future ) still better then my 56kb/s upload.
     
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  17. chinobino

    chinobino MDL Member

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    Yeah, I was looking at newer PC's that don't have any SLP entry (only SLIC 2.0/2.1) and trying to come up with a solution for having OEM scan install the correct vendor cat files so that the SLP can be added afterwards using dmicfg or similar...
     
  18. urie

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    The problem with DMI editors is that you cannot just add any slp string some need to go into certain memory adresses that is why dmi boot cd adds HP other that are possible are EMACHINES, GIGABYTE, and LENOVO.
     
  19. tcntad

    tcntad MDL Guru

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    Ouch.. 56k upload? :(.

    A skydrive or rapidshare whould be better if you could make the filesize just smaller..
     
  20. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

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    They should add the slp before the install if they are to benefit from the multioem disc. there are other solutions for adding the slp afterward.
     
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