Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by rickhead, Sep 4, 2008.
I'm currently d/l this from usenext. Has anyone used it or had anything to do with it.
It's a VLK (Corporate) XP setup with resource modified windows files to make it appear more like Vista. The mods pertain mostly to icons which turned out pretty well. I liked it, but you will need to go into the control panel, and change the default language/time settings to English if you are expecting a FULL English install.
I'm not sure if a vlk key was given or if it was a genuine key. If it is you can bet it will be the next key to be on the ban list. So I would be finding a better VLK key to use. Check inside the WINNT.SIF file which is located in the I386 folder. Google the key and if you see a lot of hits it wont last long. Once a good key is found, extract the WINNT.SIF file using UltraISO, change that key inside WINN.SIF to a better key, and then add the WINNT.SIF file back to the ISO before burning it.
I usually go back to your methods posted on the mdl website to bypass the wga test & generate your own key. It still works well for me with the versions of xp & office pro I use.
The main problem is the keyfinder/maker, nod32 reports it as a trojan & deletes it, so I install the prog from a disk after turning off nod32..... Never failed me yet.
Yeah they always flag them as hack tools. Cant you create an exception in your nod settings to ignore it?