Who can upload Windows XP SP2c? The volumn label is CRMPOEM_EN

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  1. thunder163

    thunder163 MDL Novice

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    I have a COA on my second-hand PC. I try to install XP to use th COA. but it say the serial number is invaild. SO I search info by google, it say there is a sp2c version XP to use new key. I think my COA is with SP2c key.
    Who can upload Windows XP SP2c? The volumn label is CRMPOEM_EN. Do anyone have the info about it? What is different from VX2POEM_EN, which I try to install XP used.
     
  2. urie

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    #2 urie, Sep 1, 2010
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    VX2POEM_EN = Windows XP Professional (SP2b) OEM

    Personally if this is a branded machine i,e dell, hp, e.c.t i would just make or download oem SLP CD. Start by reading stickies also run oembios.exe.
     
  3. phukme

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    I realise ths is a long while ago.......but for anyone reading........and interested........I thought CRMPOEM_EN was the label of a 64 bit pro oem cd.
     
  4. Myrrh

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    I have some XP Pro x86 SP3 that came with "refurbished PC" stickers, the volume label is GRTMPFPP_R_EN
     
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  5. submix8c

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    Old topic (and my very first post after lurking). I have what I believe is XP Pro SP2c. The TackTech quote appears to mislead folks into thinking that's what the label is. The label is VRMPOEM (reread the TackTech quote and think about it) and there absolutely are other file differences. It appears to be a "half-breed" of XP2b and SP3. All the files/folders are dated 07/27/2007 12:00 as well as it being created exactly like the SP3 ones (same CDIMAGE, same creation "x16" - India). And, yes, the files inside are post-SP2b/pre-SP3 dates, as well as an entirely different DPCDLL, PIDGEN, LICDLL, as well as having a PID.INF (just like SP3). The COA keys will require SP2c, if that's what was installed (and *maybe* SP3 will work) as everyone has sadly discovered (WWW is rife with WTH???'s).

    The build *appears* to be 5.1.2600.3160, in spite of the supposed "fix" you'll find under KB906472. WINNT32A.DLL/U.DLL are 5.1.2600.3186. The OEMBIOS.xxx files are the original compressed 2001.The ISO-Size keeps coming up as "Embedded". No, it's not, at least this one (inspecting the SIF).

    The OEM *.CH_ files appear to be correct (internal dates):
    I386\ACC_DIS.CH_
    I386\ACCESSIB.CH_
    I386\IESUPP.CH_
    I386\IEWEBHLP.CH_
    I386\SUPP_ED.CH_
    All are internally dated 2007-01-22 19:22.

    These values do *not* appear anywhere on the WWW -
    File Size: 616,720,384
    MD5: A1D919EB37BF1687493E6BFDF9994956
    SHA1: 60FD730346C047A9B9C0108D63A71E62A37A1646
    CRC32: FFFFFFFF

    Everything seems consistent except for the "no other fixes" malarky MS disseminated.

    Just thought I'd post this since MS (and everyone else) seems to have confused everyone.

    Of course I could be totally wrong...

    C-ya on the dark side...
     
  6. Threat

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    Could you upload an ISO - I know a few people who would like to look at it.
     
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  7. submix8c

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    #7 submix8c, May 28, 2016
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    Installed w/default key in a VM and Winver =
    Version 5.1 (Build 2600.xp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158 : Service Pack 2)

    Default key (PID.INF) yielded "76487-OEM-0012031-51200" (naturally).

    Looks VERY much like SP2/SP2b except for certain changes (key files / install only). It includes the "SPRCnnnn.DL_" (language-specific message DLL's) same as SP3 PID-oriented files (different/older Build#).

    I was wrong - not "other updates" - just a Pre-SP3 (AFAICT - see above). WINLOGON has the "pavang" in it (the MS programmer maybe?).

    I don't have a place to upload. I could make an xdelta from SP2b->This and maybe put it on my server (as soon as I get it "fixed").

    Addendum - Made the xDelta.
    3.01 MB (3,161,507 bytes)

    I don't suppose I could eMail it to you? (provided via PM...)

    -EDIT- Check your eMail from "submix8c".
     
  8. Threat

    Threat Lord of the Files

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    You have PM
     
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  9. submix8c

    submix8c MDL Novice

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    AOL says: "You've got mail!" LOL!
     
  10. Engineer2k2

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    I also have the Exactly Same ISO (made by me from ORIGINAL SP2c CD in 2008);)
     
  11. Oz

    Oz MDL Expert

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    You wouldn't happen to have a scan/ picture of the disc?
     
  12. Engineer2k2

    Engineer2k2 MDL Member

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    No I don't have the pic.:D

    The CD is with one of my friend for whom I had installed XP on his laptop (Laptop was with Linux) in 2008.
     
  13. submix8c

    submix8c MDL Novice

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    Well, FWIW, I'm glad I had something (however meager) to contribute. Threat confirmed the legitimacy, as I did. There was a German website that helped me confirm the Volume Label (ended in "_DE", naturally).

    Apologies for Topic Bump. This will be my fifth post, so maybe I'll be able to PM now? (sheesh!) BTW, Oz, I found you on a really old website during Win2k SP2 days. :eek:
     
  14. Oz

    Oz MDL Expert

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    Which one?
     
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    #15 lukaszuk1995, Apr 13, 2017
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    It's volume label of Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004, i think Dell OEM.
     
  16. submix8c

    submix8c MDL Novice

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    The TechGuide...
     
  17. Oz

    Oz MDL Expert

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    I do not really recall it, was it the AU one where people at times traded discs via snailmail?
     
  18. Oz

    Oz MDL Expert

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    Not even close to Dell names
     
  19. submix8c

    submix8c MDL Novice

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    I was gonna say that but figure it wasn't worth the "debate". And yes, it was an old AU one. We must be really old. :p
     
  20. vanelle

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    #20 vanelle, Apr 27, 2017
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    for sp2c the volumn label is VRMPOEM_EN and not CRMPOEM_EN
    sp2c has the same label as sp2a (as usual M$ can't count / name / label )

    confirmed, i have the file with the same sha1

    SP2C
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    60FD730346C047A9B9C0108D63A71E62A37A1646 *[ENU] en_winxp_pro_x86_with_sp2_cd1_OEM_20070727_vrm.iso    VRMPOEM_EN     valid AutoCRC is 0x6F0C9A23
    7B55FBAEFDF77E025F4CE990D9E2BBB93D291017 *[PTG] pt_winxp_pro_x86_with_sp2_cd1_OEM_20070802_vrm.iso    VRMPOEM_PT     valid AutoCRC is 0x0DDA8591
    
     
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