Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Stunna, Oct 13, 2009.
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Good one Thanx
'll check it out.. thanx
Thanks for sharing, I think I will stick to Daz's loader though. The user interface of this loader is just scary...I get a headache just looking at it.
BTW, I hope that this "napalum" fellow has obtained permission from zsmin to incorporate his custom made grub loader into his act*vator...
nice one mate will try
The one and only BEST
Other methods are simpler but this make life much easier. Thanks
Thanks, Very Nice!!!
Once again... Stunna submits something and gives -NO- credit to the person who made it.
if you look at the bottom left hand part of the picture it tells you who made it damn ppl these days oh look its in the filename to
Yeah.. in the screenshot. But no mention of it anywhere else.
This kid ------ ---- and re-posts it with no mention of where he gets it or who the original author is.
If it wasn't in the screenshot (due to being in the app itself), there would have been ZERO mention of napalum.
Stunna is a leech and attention -----.
that maybe true lol but i dont know the kid
May be you need to read a hundred pages manual to use this, it looks like an spaceship control panel...
I trully can't understand how it works.
EDIT: Please refrain from using foul language!
You couldn't bust a seedless grape. I would -rep you but it seems a little late for that.
...spaceship control panel...ROFL. It looks like a computer from one of those crappy 1970's films with the lights all over it that flash and the buttons and toggle switches everywhere... It is a lesson on what not to do when you make a UI for your program. Clutter everywhere makes it look like crap, not to mention probably confuses the hell out of the common user. If I were a noob, I would probably have to close the browser tab just as soon as I saw the picture of the UI because my head would be spinning, eventually causing rectal vomiting if viewed for too long... (jk)
All kidding aside, it sure is damn ugly, but it is probably useful for something...like the busted TV that you have sitting on the floor to make a ghetto TV stand for your working TV, everything has its place...
Yeah, too many buttons big turn off for me. It's like one of those script kiddies that make those Yahoo boot programs with 1001 buttons.
I think that's why it loads up a basic interface first... and then if you want more control/features, you click advanced.
Anyway... BRB GOIN' 2 DA MOON!
At the first glance it looks a bit confusing, but when you take a closer look and break everything down youll see that it could actually not be done any cleaner.
Right: Status & System Info
Top: ProductKey & ProductType
Center: Loader -> Key/Cert -> OEM Stuff
Bottom: KMS Related
In other words everything is arranged in individual sections, which are again structurized in logical order. I personally see no way how this could be done any better, meaning i probably would have done it exactly like that myself.
Kudos to the author.
Reset Trial doesn't work for me. I got some message that winload.exe couldn't be found.
The loader adds a LXE entry to the boot manager which points to winlaod.exe instead to winload.exe.
We need a new download link, both are not working due to being blocked.