Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by qta3426, Dec 2, 2016.
Really activate or fake activate, like removewat did?
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Wow, that interface!
I went and used that link to download the SVF file which would allow for me to get Windows 7 Pro N VL from a Windows 7 Ultimate N iso. The Windows 7 Ultimate N ISO I have already matches the hashes in the #ISO.sha file provided, yet Smartversion just closes when opening the SVF file. Is there a reason for this?
EDIT: I just solved this myself. Turns out I had to use Smartversion 3.0 to use the SVF file for some reason. I guess it's a simple compatibility issue.
Always use the most current version of smv, the software itself is not really needed, there are a few tools for it, more info: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/smartversion-tools-scripts.79415/
I know to do that, but some of them would just give me a general error when attempting to use the SVF file. After that I decided to try using an older version of the software itself.
Also the hash of the resulting Windows 7 Pro N VL iso created matched the hash provided, which means I shouldn't have any issues with the file. Should I attempt the process again with one of the latest tools though?
If the checksum are correct, the iso is OK
Are these files here that we are doing iso for them to work?
There are no leaked keys for POSReady 7
Just wanted to clarify that POSReady 7 keys for offline activation do exist, like the ones for WES7.
Being the longest supported SKU of Windows 7, hopefully some key will leak eventually.
KMS activation is good alternative
@abbodi1406, as you know it all, I have a question.
Would it be possible to convert a standard ISO of Windows 7 (Ultimate SKU, for instance) to a POSReady 7?
I was thinking about adding the POSReady 7 Feature Packs, such as WinEmb-SKU-POSReady7, WinEmb-Security-SPP-SKU-GVLK-PosReady7, WinEmb-Security-SPP-PkeyConfig-PosReady7 and WinEmb-Branding-Embedded-POSReady7.
Then change the SKU somehow (I've seen it can be done with some tool).
Can it be done online?
My thought is that I'd have a complete feature install of Ultimate, but the license part would be POSReady 7.
most POSReady packages require Microsoft-Windows-EmbeddedCore-Package, which is the equivalent Microsoft-Windows-Foundation-Package
i don't think the system can accept two foundation packs
besides, most Windows features are controlled by the active product licenses policies
installing embedded key will break some ultimate features
Anybody can share windows 7 professional 32 and 64 bits in spanish?
Can You confirm this:
Are all three ISOs valid, retail and SP1-U ?