Need some help, with Windows 8.1

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by swa_kildare, Aug 27, 2019.

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  1. swa_kildare

    swa_kildare MDL Novice

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  2. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Install 8.1 pro or enterprise.

    But CSL should be supported by KMS_VL_ALL, afaik.
     
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  3. Mr.X

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    Yes, it is supported. I know that very well.
     
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  5. Mr.X

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    From Activate.cmd:

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  6. swa_kildare

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  7. abbodi1406

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    run Activate.cmd /d (from admin cmd) and post the debug log
     
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    swa_kildare MDL Novice

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    Hi abbodi1406. I got the following message.
    Activate.cmd' is not recognised as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
     
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    Hi abbodi1406. I got the following message.
    Activate.cmd' is not recognised as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
     
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    Type path to Your KMS_VL_ALL folder.
     
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  12. coleoptere2007

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    it means iso source + exe patch (in same folder )= final iso if you put W8.1 english international X64 iso in same folder as en-gb_windows_8.1_enterprise_with_update_x64_dvd_6054383.exe and launch the exe file, you'll get
    en-gb_windows_8.1_enterprise_with_update_x64_dvd_6054383.iso
     
  13. swa_kildare

    swa_kildare MDL Novice

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    Hi again,
    I'm sorry I did not ask the question correctly.
    I understand that the "Source ISO + x64 SVFSFX patch" combined give me an end result of x64_6054383.iso
    And the "Source ISO + x86 SVFSFX patch" combined give me an end result of x86_6050720.iso

    I know they had to go into a folder.
    Where is the location of the destination folder to be?
    My presumptions may be wrong.
    I was presuming that the "Source iso + x64 SVFSFX patch" Needed to be run/amalgamated before I mounted the iso using Rufus…

    Yes, I am kind of asking for step-by-step instructions.
    It might be easier for you to assume that I am a total noob:confused::D
    I'm good at following instructions, once I know what to do…
    If you wish to ask any questions before you proceed with an answer. I'd be happy to oblige.
     
  14. Enthousiast

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    The svfsfx patch creates the ISO, to be used for installation, next to the source iso and svfsfx patch.
     
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  15. swa_kildare

    swa_kildare MDL Novice

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    Thank you.
    That was a painless experience lol.
    I have only ran patches for programs, where I would copy the patch to the destination folder and run it from there... C:\Users\F-W10\AppData\Local\
    I thought I needed to have the iso and patch in a folder in a specific location.
    Sometimes I'm scared of the unknown, I don't like making mistakes that can be avoided. Anyway, better to be safe than sorry.

    I know I'll be back with more questions later, because BIOS is another field, I know little about...

    Kind regards,
    Stephen.
     
  16. coleoptere2007

    coleoptere2007 MDL Guru

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    well if you're afraid just create a specific folder for this operation and call it as you want.Glad you finally find the way :)