Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by adcx64, Dec 15, 2009.
Why do you need a keygen?
The keys generated wont activate it anyway, you'll need either a loader or a biosmod..
you wont find a working keygen for windows 7
There are no keygens for Windows 7. They are all viruses.
Use a loader to activate your Windows...or a BIOS mod, although I would suggest reading up on the BIOS modding process first (and the risks involved from a bad flash) so you understand what the process entails, if you want to go that route.
Use a loader. works ....I am proof.
Definitely worth the effort if you're comfortable with it. Softmods can get killed off by Microsoft with a "security" update as they can be detected. (Don't want you becoming a victim of piracy and all that.) Happened once or twice with Vista if I recall. As I understand it, a certificate/key combo can't get killed off without hurting legitimate owners as well.
Modded my own, a "do it once and forget it" procedure, very happy with the results. Just make damn sure you're able to deal with a problem in case you messed it up. My board for example, I can hold a hotkey down on power-up and it'll re-flash my BIOS back to it's original factory state.. very handy for the "oh-crap-I-bricked-my-PC" moments.
I use a loader too but, there are keygens out for windows 7. Since it is so new it is easy to get a working key without much effort. Problems is that if someone calls MS and says they just bought Win 7 and there key does not work because it has already been used, MS will just give them another key and blacklist your keygened key. I found a keygen during a drunken night on H33t.com, do a search for "Serials Of Microsoft Products Incl. Windows 7 Keygen [h33t] [Ahmed]". I have used it and registered several keys in testing and they all activated.
Please note, I do not want to piss anyone off but, just thought I would try to clear this up a little. HotCarl is correct related to the loader to activate Windows 7, Daz has the best mod tool out. For all my installs I use a softmod even though the keygen works.
A BIOS mod is always recommended, a softmod is more accessible though.
A BIOS modded PC can be marked as non-genuine just like a PC that uses a loader could...both are susceptible, and that's all I will say. If MS starts going after BIOS modders, it could be more of a pain in the butt to have to keep flashing your BIOS (and risky) to maintain your genuine status rather than install a newer loader when an older one gets detected.
I have machines running both. There is no advantage in my eyes of one over the other (for newer PCs that were still in production when Win7 first came out that were modded (because they came with Vista)...those are probably OK ), and activation is activation! Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but the purpose of this thread is not to argue which is better, and the term "advantage" is in the eye of the beholder. Some just prefer BIOS mods... Ultimately, you need to read up on things and make an informed decision for yourself.
Don't be fooled by the name of that crap app.
You can bet whatever you want that it's only a database with the leaked serials that you can find on the WEB.
Every time you click the button it's just giving you one of them (... and maybe some other unwanted gift...)
i downloaded that torrent and guess what the windows 7 keygen is a .net app. if you look into it with reflector the keys are there and none of them are good
Yes maybe they could detect bios mods but none have ever been disabled unlike loaders which guaranteed will get knocked out eventually MS can't touch your hardware but can certanly disable their OS system. DMI modding also has been happening for years and has never failed.
Unless you have the exact algos from MS there is no way in hell anyone could create a working keygen.
And we all know how futile even bruteforce attempts are, what with one key verification taking 10 to 20 seconds.
It just isnt feasible...
(Yes, there are ways to narrow it down quite a bit since keys not beginning with a certain key-sequence will get instantly rejected by slmgr. But even so its still a hell of a lot of possible combinations, and only a handful of them, relatively speaking of course, are actually valid 7 keys. Needless to say that out of those few even less are SLPs...)
I Know There Are lot of 7 Keygens Wandering in the Net,But All those work Only With Beta and RC,Bcoz I Tested it...
Don't waste your time. There is NO keygen. All pseudo-keygens are just databases to spit out a already used key published by M$ already.
The algorithm to create real valid keys is unknown at Vista and W7.
Don't be fooled..they are malware....
Key Gen for Win 7
I downloaded the torrent generator for Win 7 and my anti-virus went crazy saying trojan virus for the generator so I do not recommend the download!
On mine thinkpad, windows 7 x86 was preinstall, I wipe it off and install x64 edition, using generic drivers, while installing my printers over network, i notice that icons of my laptop at Device and Printers is a thinkpad, that was before installation of any application or drivers from Lenovo. Microsoft should have a database with some motherboard, computers, that's the only explanation why that icon is there, thus can they kill off bios moded windows without hurting legitimate users, YES.
I'm using a bios moded windows on my desktop, but i have a legitimate cd key for it, asking why, with frequent hardware changes, it's troublesome activation using cd key, because it will get deactivated frequently, just like vista, if there's a crack down, i can always enter the key and give Microsoft a call.
Do we need switchable UI language , do we need Ultimate edition, clearly no, it's something good to have but non essential. I'm using professional edition, because of group policy editing, else a home premium is more than enough for me.
Of course MS could mark BIOS modded systems as non genuine. All it would take is a little effort on their part, and whether or not it is worth it to MS will come down to how much of a loss in sales they (think they) are experiencing vs. the cost of developing a decent method of detecting & marking BIOS modded systems as non-genuine. It's all economics.
And that gets to my point earlier that having a BIOS mod may end up being a pain in the butt in the end because you will have to re-flash and hope your system stays genuine, risking a bad flash each time. That is all I was saying.
I have no proof that MS will do this, nor do I want them to do something like that...but it is not up to me, it is sheer economics and the want to protect your intellectual property rights... Denying this is just sticking your head in the sand like an ostrich.
All we can do is wait, see, and react...
EDIT: Besides, there are ways to get Windows 7 for free...or very cheap. Here is a way to get Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard for free: http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/3113?highlight=server+2008
I got a few copies of Windows 7 Professional for free through MSDNAA because I am a college student...
How could they possibly disable the o.s. of modded bioses without harming the legit ones? I think that there's no way microsoft is going to be able to pull this off....
im not saying its not possible im just thinking that it is highly improbable...
lets say I dismantle official bios files from the system manufacturer with SLIC2.1 and make one for another system exactly just like it and use the method they use... how are they gonna detect it then?
I still have a Windows Vista Ultimate with Modded bios I've been running it since RTM and it still works flawlessly with all latest updates from WU
I am a legit owner of all the softwares I use but I just like the box sealed..
another question if ever a bios mod fails or brick your pc...
what is bios recovery for?
what is a standalone bios programmer for?
why are there programmable bios chips?
why are there pre-programmed bios chips?
Im just pointing out my belief that MS simply
can't mark people using bios mods as non genuine
if its modded correctly...
FEEL FREE TO CORRECT ME IF IM WRONG..
Quite easily. Each motherboard has a unique hardware ID and the model and vendor and whatnot can be identified by the OS. MS could compare your MoBo's ID in a database and easily see if it was capable of containing SLIC 2.1. There are a number of ways it can be done. Since Win7 is the OS, it sees all hardware, including the motherboard. They could even check the BIOS/motherboard manufacture dates.
How easily do you think it would be to create a database of older motherboards and compare it with the unique ID of the one the user is using. It is not hard, and has been discussed in other threads in the past... Or MS could create a motherboard ID "white list" in the future where vendors have to apply to be added to the white list to be able to have Win7 say it is genuine on that mobo... Anything is possible...
P.S. If you think MS can create an OS as great as Windows 7 and not be able to do something relatively simple like this really implies that MS is incompetent. But if MS were incompetent, how could they have created Windows 7?