Soft Solution : just to see another method

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  1. akritasge

    akritasge MDL Member

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    #1 akritasge, Oct 11, 2007
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    :)Windows Vista Activ*ti*n and OEM Information is an all-in-one (AIO) act*vat*r to unloc* Windows Vista. The act*vat*r for all versions of Vista works by using Vista Loader version 2.1.2, which simulate a BIOS that contains SLIC information which allows Vista OEM ac*ivati*n. The best thing about StRO Vista A*tiv*t*r is that it’s fully customizable and has the most comprehensive selection or OEM manufacturers or vendors.

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  3. satbird

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    #3 satbird, Oct 11, 2007
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    the most important question about it is.....whats the benefit, does it make a difference in terms of reialibility, capability,and MS-wga and so on,between biosmod or a softmodbios emulator.

    that is what i want to know:cool:
     
  4. El_Heffe

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    The current software BIOS emulation programs don't work with SP1. Modding the BIOS is only method that is harder for MS to detect and defeat.
     
  5. akritasge

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    :) Immediacy, Simplicity, SAFETY and Undo are causes worthy of support.
     
  6. ancestor(v)

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    BIOS modding is also immediate, simple and safe if done correctly. Undoing is also possible without major problems.

    Soft solutions can be detected and thus be deleted by microsoft.
     
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  7. akritasge

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    :eek: Playing with BIOS is a very dangerous affair. Especially for those who are not experienced with such jobs. PC can be lost.
     
  8. Yen

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    Most of bios chips are not soldered. A replacement costs about 15 €.

    The methods to modify a bios are perfected by now. But yes it's not a way for everyone. You have to decide..........

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  9. akritasge

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    :) 1) What about Laptops?
    2) I would like to know a good reason why to follow the difficult way, and
    3) Before deciding to start this thread I read carefully the “Before you request a (new) bios, read this!!!” post written by you yourself.
     
  10. Yen

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    Oh yes laptops! I have always a 'special' feeling doing a Phoenix mod. (Most used at laptops). I know that there could be higher costs if a bad flash will happen. Altearnatively you can stick with a softmod, until M$ disables it.

    Then you want probably to try a bios mod.

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  11. akritasge

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    ;) It works. Date of test 19/10/2007 15:00. Follow exactly what Readme.txt, that included with the program, says.
     
  12. ljames28

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    Worked me for me on SP1, bit shocked really. Just did it today.

    However booting takes longer as this crack uses its own boot manager, it also rather worryingly produces a lot of errors during bootup (unrecognised partition table on drive 80) however it still works. I think it just adds about 40 seconds to the boot time which isnt a problem for a laptop that i always standby
     
  13. akritasge

    akritasge MDL Member

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    :) It works perfectly to me without any error alerts.
     
  14. ljames28

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    It may be getting confused because i'm running it on my macbook, by the sounds of the error it probably doesn't recognise the mac partition.
     
  15. El_Heffe

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    I am glad to hear that there is a soft-mod that works with SP1. But there still is a lot of danger that Microsoft will come out with updates to Vista that with break the soft-mods.

    I have already modded my BIOS and it works great. People should not be afraid of flashing their BIOS -- it is much easier than it used to be. My Gigabyte motherboard actually has a BIOS flashing program built-in.
     
  16. ljames28

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    El_Heffe, that is very true, i use a bios mod on my main pc, but it's not possible on many laptops and therefore soft-mods ar the only alternatives. As far as i'm aware macbooks don't even have a bios, they have that EFI thing.
     
  17. sabrehawk

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    #17 sabrehawk, Oct 25, 2007
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    Im using that for a long time already so that aint no news really...

    the question to me is..how do i safely remove it without screwing up
    my multi-boot configuration and what exactly happens when i see
    it booting up..(it does some operations with system memory when
    loading u can watch for a second on the screen)

    btw im not sure if digitallife really likes you linking w*re* sites into
    their BBS.
     
  18. ancestor(v)

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    No stuff like that please. Especially because I can't see a reason why to post such a link.
     
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