Not sure this is possible, WIN7 + CERT + OEM KEY + ALL AUTO!

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by PluG, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. PluG

    PluG MDL Senior Member

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    Is there a way for me to make my master disk
    with the following features...

    When installing its all automatic, even the asking for product key is bypassed then once windows is installed
    the cert and oem key are automaticly inserted on the fly in the background

    so the minute i hit windows im already activated ???

    or will that take some tricky fiddleing ?
     
  2. Michel

    Michel MDL Expert

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    I dont know how to do this, but from what i know it is possible. A cracking group called ''NoPe'' did the same thing with Vista (if i remember correct)
     
  3. david3663

    david3663 MDL Member

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    check the vista forums there is a guide on how to do it
     
  4. user123

    user123 MDL Novice

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    Yeah sure it's possible, but what's the problem, you cannot do few clicks when you install win7 ?
     
  5. Michel

    Michel MDL Expert

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    Depends on what he is going to do with it, you can sell illegal copies and claim its original or install it on a pc and sell the pc by second hand. (its more worth by selling 7 then vista) :p

    Just my thoughts of it ;)
     
  6. bennyboy

    bennyboy MDL Member

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    Yeah you can do it, it's pretty simple.

    This is how you do it with Vista. Should work with Windows 7, I don't know.

    Extract your Vista DVD and inside the Sources folder create a new text file and copy paste the text below inside and save the file as PID.TXT

    [PID]
    Value=YOUR KEY HERE

    Now take your OEM XRM-MS file that matches your key and copy the file to:

    SOURCES\$OEM$\$$\SYSTEM32\OEM

    If the $OEM$ and subfolders dont exsist, create them.

    Burn the contents as a bootable DVD and you have your OEM disk!
     
  7. zzdiesel

    zzdiesel MDL Member

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    Was there a story saying that Win 7 doesn't use the PID file? It would work some other way.
     
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  8. EclipseSin

    EclipseSin MDL Member

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    #8 EclipseSin, Aug 7, 2009
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    The folder to install the cert is the same as vista was and it works, however, in personal tests, it has not installed the other OEM information. Like logo's, and the support phone numbers in System under Control Panel. I myself am not worried about that.

    For the key you must use the autounattend file (aka Answer File), or implement it with DISM. A rough outline for DISM is in my SIG. For autounattend file of the key, look here. Second post.
     
  9. PluG

    PluG MDL Senior Member

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    thanks for the help guys, and yeah i will figure it out heh :D