Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Hazar, Sep 29, 2009.
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Yeah, I looked into this stuff when a member of the forum here (ByteMaster) suggested it to me. This is why I made the post... it seems fishy for Hazar to post this and within 5 minutes I'm able to post a version done a while back with all the files and the near the same name (OSFRLoader). Not to mention it has nothing to do with Windows 7 or activation and as you quiet rightly said it's not even needed any more...
i have a media center pc and i have too keep up with everything that happens. hazar is just a lil slow
you dont know how many times I have done a fc /b on Hazars "new improved,
more compatable, better support" files and found they were byte for byte
the same as files posted week or months before by someone else
So, what's the real benefit then if it has nothing to do with Win 7?
Not sure really...
1) He didn't explain it's usage.
2) It's mislabled and should be OSFR.
3) It looks identical to someone elses work.
It's not that I'm trying to knock Hazar, it's just it was said in the past that he compiled his own version of GRLDR with SLIC 2.1 -- that then changed to editing lots of the file, and that then changed again when the split file surfaced and everyone could seen just how easy it was to place in a SLIC. This looks like the same deal, minor differences the same as GRLDR with SLIC 2.1 :/
He got banned from W7V for something too...
Something else I have noticed is Orbit30's name is no longer on the tool and it looks like the user interface was fully remade and doesn't follow the usual Orbit30 overall look. Why would it have just Hazar's name on but follow Orbit30's original "7Loader" name and versioning.
Personally I have no issues with Hazar but something just doesn't add up with these releases. Code similarities and the fact he got banned -- what is the exact reason for the ban, it must have been something significative for him to be pushing out a 7loader release on his own and the fact he was a VIP there (i think).
I'm intrested and I'm sure others would like to know just what went on at W7V, so does anyone know?
I was told by admins on w7v he was continually stealing other developers code and claiming as his own including Chew-WGA.. Ive nothing against the lad but its not good for business is it.
I've been folowing Hazar's work on here for quite some time now, I did not want to say anything at first as i hoped someone else would smell a rat too.
Comments about W7V are true, he did indeed get banned, Fact.
Hazar, please don't continue using other peoples code and claiming it to be yours (again)
It's Fecking Lame
Yeah, understandable on W7V's part. Of course I'm sure Hazar will have his say on the matter tomorrow but at this point for me everything adds up, from the old GRLDR file mods to this and now the Chew-WGA stuff.
I'm sure his loyal fans who swear by him may also try to pitch in, say it's all just a coincidence and he just happens to be putting out fresh code that looks exactly the same as someone elses older code even though that same code can proberbly be wrote 6 or more different ways...
As I said I don't have a personal issue with Hazar, I just don't think hes being very truthful with his fanbase.
I still stand by my original thought on the matter months ago.
Figure it out yourself, you'll be much more satisfied. Don't trust any "activation tool" that's too big or complex for you to know exactly what it's doing and why.
While I applaud the innovation and respect the "l33t skillz" of those who build such tools, simpler to understand is my preference.
well he got banned for this exact reason and orbit has come up with the name Universal Loader now since Hazar kept the 7loader name tho orbit said that hazar in the 1.6 loader is using the old code that orbit came up with from early beta releases of the loader and its full of bugs and useless crap
win7vista.com Global Mod
screenshot of new loader fro Orbit (still in testing stages no links will be provided)
I'm going to get some popcorn and a soda, this is getting juicy!
Well open source code from nononsense is an excellent piece of simple yet effective piece of code, im also using it and would recommend it to all new developers as a great starting point. Daz lets not condem orbit30's work i have and always will support the guy, he is a very friendly chap and does'nt deserve to be treated so negatively.