Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by btf-tribal, Dec 31, 2009.
You need to login to view this posts content.
I use the same key, no problem. Did you try to reinstall the cert & key.
Btw.. what activation method do u use? Bios mod, Loader or RemoveWAT?
used this one : http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/9989
no bios mod just the loader method
edit: reinstall with daz loader ---> activated
I have experienced this situation when my old Dell computer would come out of satndby. For some reason the BIOS would reset the in memory Loader SLIC. I was able to correct it by using another Mfg. SLIC. IE> Mine is a Dell so I used ASUS and it works like a champion. No further problems when coming out of standby.
hard bios mod 'll never get caught..
BIOS MOD FTW = activated forever!
i use that key with my ultimate install... no loader just a bios mod and ive had no problems with it at all
Thanks alot bro.
What i'm wondering, is why people even care to use Loaders? There is a section here for requesting for BIOS Mods for any laptop or motherboard. Thanks to our professional BIOS Modders here, I see no reason for anyone not to go with the BIOS mod option. it's very easy, u request for the mod according to the rules mentioned on the request forum, wait for a day or two, update BIOS! then u can activate Windows forever within 4 seconds exactly via DOS using command prompts!
most people are probably just affriad of messing up thier main board
you're right, but you see, it is very safe if u think of it, u post your own bios from the manufacturers website, then upload your ACPI tables, and let the pros here do the work, I have not heard of one failed BIOS mod yet, plus, there are always ways to flash back.......
to each their own I guess
Did my own bios mod, it wasnt that difficult and became permanently activated.
Think loaders and 'remove warts' are really not advisable (not a 'SAFER' activation though we appreciate their efforts) as they are always bound to face unknown bugs not forgetting the need to:
1) Perpetually check the threads for 'newer' versions all too frequently
2) Constantly worry that they will eventually be circumvented by the Boogeyman service packs updates etc.
I used a bios mod on a friends MB a few months ago and it bricked the MB (Abit IC-7 G). Luckily I was able to hot swap the bios chip to get the MB back to life. There are many instances where people have bricked their MB by using a bios mod. One thing I learned is I will never do a bios mod for freinds or relatives again. I will give them all the info on how to do it but that is it. I do agree bios mods are the best way to go though. Just be prepared, that is all.