Need TOOL to activate Windows XP Pro

Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by nanduchau, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. nanduchau

    nanduchau MDL Novice

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    I ppl...

    I'm looking for tool to activete my xp pro.
    I've search here for something but it seems that are all out of date or unavaible .:confused:

    thanks to all ;)
     
  2. redroad

    redroad MDL Guru

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    #2 redroad, Nov 13, 2012
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    You will have to be way more specific on your present circumstance to get a reply !

    What media did you use for install?

    On what machine ?

    etc.
     
  3. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

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    The OEMBIOS changer has all you need to activate.
     
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  4. TONPumper

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    Is this the same for the Home Edition?
     
  5. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

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    The same...xcept for home..
     
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  6. TONPumper

    TONPumper MDL Member

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    So I cannot activate XP Home with your tool?
     
  7. redroad

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  8. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

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    Smorgan is wrong..the changer can be used for xp pro, home, mce, and whs..

    AntiWPA is a temp fix and is prone to failure..
     
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  10. Smorgan

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    #12 Smorgan, Nov 13, 2012
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    Why is Anti-WPA last resort when comparatively speaking its much cleaner than RemoveWAT which used permissions on sppcomapi to take care of the activation before KB971033 was released? Comparing Anti-WPA to RemoveWAT is just garbage because Anti-WPA uses a dll registration process to circumvent in a very clean manor. I mean OEM SLP activation is only possible with a loader and I can go on about that as well.

    Can you explain more as I don't see your reasoning. Bios will always win in the long term I'm just a bit lost in this reasoning.

    If I were to trace back on my reasoning I would say:

    Genuine Key (Trial rearm \ KMS 100% clean)
    Bios Mod
    Loader
    File Mod to act files
     
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  11. nanduchau

    nanduchau MDL Novice

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    Thanks a lot u guys, but i'm way way way way back from be able of doing that !!! :confused:
    No idea of all that sets are :eek:
    What I really need is something like the "windows loader toll" but this is not available for XP :mad:

    but thanks anyway !!!
     
  12. Smorgan

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    Loaders came out when Windows Vista was released so thats why you won't see one but hey thats what the bios changer is for :)
     
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  13. 911medic

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    XP is the simplest of activations. All needed is a text string in the proper address range (common in DMI of bios) and can be added without bios mod, OEMBIOS sets to match string, OEM:SLP serial key...The tools here are automatic and all need to download is the changer and the OEMBIOS set (maybe the tattoo disc). The AntiWPA will be removed by most AV and rendered useless. It is easy to remove. With the ease that a machine can be made "genuine" most here see a registry hack as unnecessary trouble..and that is exactly what AntiWPA does. It registers .DLL and redirects the registry accordingly, basically keeping the OS in a trial state, to oversimplify..OEM:SLP will not be removed, VL and AntiWPA most likely will be seen as "not genuine" eventually and deactivated. It is then more difficult to gain activation with OEM tools.
     
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  14. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    No, you do not need tool, all you need is to read & learn! And stop being lazy