WinFLP hash?

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  1. poor dude

    poor dude MDL Novice

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    #1 poor dude, May 3, 2010
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    Does anyone know where to find the official hash for the "Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs" flavor of XP? It's not in MSDN. There's only a VL version of WinFLP, as far as I know, and it accepts XP VL keys.
     
  2. Oz

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    816237a22c9f1a7b388c34f584e95a1c66ed6c61
    3f2f4ba0b29b12b3d09abb741e52733d
    602793984
    win51flp
    WinFLP SP2 Volume English

    3cf5cc255037552f17eb468057af3e36923d25a1
    8acccf47db8f93303790d7dde45ce880
    438753280
    winflpmui1
    WinFLP MUI1 Volume ...

    eb4d37503e49e177d205a0c1c98d295cdc5b7a4c
    26f18998c9ffd169d573843484fd4e28
    517134336
    winflpmui2
    WinFLP MUI2 Volume ...

    54164de1d8ccff69eccad90d286f24d4338a58c1
    bdf3da4034ab726de5f855d3cf9158e3
    324272128
    winflpmui3
    WinFLP MUI3 Volume ...

    28fcdaef8513669c71a5990b6b9ebf753a8fbc94
    94f1450a0ea12e7f561da8804d9b7f90
    365998080
    winflpmui4
    WinFLP MUI4 Volume ...

    244aa96c2918a6d2f71219094642ad06192741e4
    218a5a65822ba1e2386933c29fa8b8f9
    166234112
    winflpmui5
    WinFLP MUI5 Volume ...
     
  3. tehparan0id

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    #3 tehparan0id, Oct 4, 2013
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    Dragging post out of the abyss, but does anyone have a Technet/MSDN link to these hashes? I can't find *any* records of the WinFLP hashes on Technet at all.
     
  4. WinDev

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    SHA-1 of my copy: 8E4B811BC920A9019544F83CC77D9CC7E44087B4

    Windows FLP is an OEM, so you can't find it on MSDN and TechNet.
     
  5. sebus

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    #5 sebus, Oct 4, 2013
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    Windows FLP is NOT OEM but VL

    SW_CD_SA_Win_Fundamentals_LPC_2006_English_MultiLang_WinFLp_Core_CD_MLF_X12-27765

    The ONLY correct has is as per Oz post above, nothing else!
     
  6. EFA11

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    It not appears on MSDN/Technet, I am confused, how it's VL ? Some Windows not appears on MSDN/Technet (Windows XP Starter, Windows Server 2008 Foundation, Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation, Windows 8/8.1 CoreSingleLanguage and CoreCountrySpecific) and all are OEM.
     
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    #10 EFA11, Oct 5, 2013
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    I have 3.
    Code:
    816237A22C9F1A7B388C34F584E95A1C66ED6C61  <-- This one is from MS (linked above)
    8E4B811BC920A9019544F83CC77D9CC7E44087B4  <-- Yours, no idea.
    E3F4C05CD1EA45A52E69B537273BC9B0FC22CA5C  <-- Sebus believes this to be home brewed.
    Now by just looking at all 3 opened in 7zip, I cannot see any differences. Maybe I am not looking in the right folders, but all show same sizes dates and everything lol. Getting a bit confused now. I should do a compare between the 3 iso's but I am failing to want to this late at night hehe
     
  10. EFA11

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    all 3 look like the do haha
     
  11. sebus

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    The 8E4B8**** is possibly a bad iso rip by some software that does not it right.

    You could always mount this iso with VirtualCloneDive & re-rip to iso with Nero (which does it right) & see if resulting iso has the correct hash

    There was discussion about it here already
     
  12. Oz

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    Do a search for the word "padding"
     
  13. cmos

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    #15 cmos, Oct 7, 2013
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    hi,

    i have extracted the content of both isos
    ( 816237a22c9f1a7b388c34f584e95a1c66ed6c61 and 8e4b811bc920a9019544f83cc77d9cc7e44087b4 )
    and the sha1 of all individuals files it is the same.

    ImgBurn shows 2 different "Imp ID", one unknown and respectively UltraISOv.7.6... ,
    and different layout of sectors.

    hope it's useful, have a nice day!
    cmos

     
  14. WinDev

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    #16 WinDev, Apr 5, 2014
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    I need SVF or Delta for converting WinFLP from 8e4b811bc920a9019544f83cc77d9cc7e44087b4 --> 816237a22c9f1a7b388c34f584e95a1c66ed6c61.

    Thanks. :)
     
  15. Threat

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    #17 Threat, Apr 5, 2014
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    #19 Threat, Apr 5, 2014
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    Fair enough - I am actually grabbing your "f**ked" image now and will make a delta change once it's complete.

    Torrent is coming down at 50-100kb/s so will take about 2 hours @ current speed.

    I'll also post a breakdown of the ISO differences.

    UPDATE: Speed gone up to 1.5mb/s so < 5 mins remaining lol. You can rely on Torrent ETA's to be unreliable :)

    UPDATE: The files seem drasticly different - Delta file is so big you may aswell download the original ISO from the fast server I posted above ! 477mb :(
     
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    #20 Threat, Apr 5, 2014
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    Your bad image was ripped with UltraISO and modified by that ... but also the base seems to be different ... the base information in the ISO header from CDImage shows it was originally mastered by CDIMAGE @ 20060724

    The official ISO shows it was mastered @ 20060523 - 2 months earlier...

    At a file level the contents seem identical - just the way they were mastered to an ISO is different :(

    Trying with SmartVersion now to see it will do better.

    Nope .. .SmartVersion was similar size.
     
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