WoW 7.0.1b

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  1. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    #1 Hazar, Aug 14, 2009
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  2. ifeife2

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    Hehe, any examples ?
     
  3. Daz

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    #3 Daz, Aug 14, 2009
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    WoW 7.0.1.a already had this change (as far as I know, his did fix something anyway...)
    Also I wish you would add a "-d" parameter to decompile rather then checking the temp folder all the time lol.


    Source for others to look at:
    Code:
    @echo off
    echo dim answer >> NotInstalled.vbs && echo. >> NotInstalled.vbs && echo answer=MsgBox("WoW is being installed, the system will restart when done",0,"WoW") >> NotInstalled.vbs && start NotInstalled.vbs
    SET FNDSTR="[0-9][  0-9]    [^Aa-Zz][^Aa-Zz]  ...........* *NTFS *.......... *[12]00 M.  "
    sc config sppsvc start= Auto
    net start sppsvc
    del /Q "%TEMP%\MOUNT"
    del /Q "%TEMP%\UNMOUNT"
    For /F "tokens=2" %%I IN ('ECHO LIST VOL ^| DISKPART ^| FINDSTR /R /C:%FNDSTR%') DO CALL :PARSE %%I
    GoTo :none
    
    
    :PARSE
    FOR %%p IN (B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z) DO (
       ECHO LIST VOL | DISKPART | FINDSTR /c:"     %%p   "
       IF ERRORLEVEL 1 NET USE | FINDSTR /C:" %%p:  "
       IF ERRORLEVEL 1 SET FREEDRIVELETTER=%%p
    )
       ECHO SELECT VOLUME %1 > "%TEMP%\MOUNT"
       ECHO ASSIGN LETTER=%FREEDRIVELETTER% >> "%TEMP%\MOUNT"
       ECHO SELECT VOLUME %1 > "%TEMP%\UNMOUNT"
       ECHO REMOVE >> "%TEMP%\UNMOUNT"
    GOTO :EOF
    
    
    :none
    DISKPART /S "%TEMP%\MOUNT"
    cscript %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\slmgr.vbs -ipk *****-*****-*****-*****-*****
    cscript %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\slmgr.vbs -ilc "Cert.xrm-ms"
    for %%A in (B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: U: V: W: X: Y: Z:) do (
    if exist %%A\bootmgr (
    if not exist %%A\autorun.inf (
    ATTRIB %%A\grldr -h -s -r
    ATTRIB %%A\menu.lst -h -s -r
    del menu.lst.bak
    ren menu.lst menu.lst.bak
    del %%A\grldr.bak
    ren "%%A\grldr" grldr.bak
    COPY wowfloppy.IMG %%A\
    COPY grldr %%\
    COPY menu.lst %%A\
    ATTRIB "%%A\wowfloppy.IMG" +h +s +r
    ATTRIB "%%A\grldr" +h +s +r
    ATTRIB "%%A\menu.lst" +h +s +r
    "bootinst.exe" /nt60 %%A
    )
    )
    )
    
    DISKPART /S "%TEMP%\UNMOUNT"
    DEL /Q "%TEMP%\UNMOUNT"
    DEL /Q "%TEMP%\MOUNT"
    shutdown -r -t 00
    exit
     
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  4. Hazar

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    #4 Hazar, Aug 14, 2009
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    No it had an updated GRUB version and a more compatible WoW exe version

    It searches for next 4mb of memory instead of 1mb

    I didn't want to hardcore pack the exe, just used a convert to exe to make it silent
     
  5. Hazar

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    Its not as if you need to keep that key a secret is it
     
  6. Daz

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    Adding a -d parameter just allows people to see whats being run, without having to run it to then see. Im sure many people trust you, but what if someone was to repack the exe with the same tool and slip in a trojan to run first?

    You know im not getting at you or anything, its just good to see that sometimes you do try suggested things out and see if that works better for you. You're and Orbits latest loader for example, I said you could crop down file size and drop executable resources and you did :)
     
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  7. Hazar

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    Yeah I know and I didn't take any offense, its cool :)

    will probs add that paramater later.

    I see in unternmensch's loader he goes so far as to make it self check itself with md5 hashes. This is strange because any dirty repacker will just remove it lol.
     
  8. supertack

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    Failed again to activate my LG X110 netbook ! So strange, because WOW 7.0.0 activated it ! The problem with the 7.0.0 is the boot messages before Windows Start Up ! No way to hide it ?
     
  9. Hazar

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    SOrry I got my words mixed up

    It contains a more compatible wow.exe along with better grub from 7.0.1a
     
  10. supertack

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    So what do you think about my problem ? Why wow 7 achieved activation when 7.01b not ??? :confused:
     
  11. LimitsX

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    can this wow loader work on my P4 6-7yrs old desktop pc? :D. its 3.0ghz HT proccessor with intel's mobo. i tried that vista "integrated cr**k" it kept giving my desktop blue screen, death one.
    and thanks hazor and the poster for this :D!!
     
  12. Daz

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    Well it is a way for his own loader to check everythings as default, but that wouldn't stop the actual hash's from being changed.

    What really needs to be done is a loader that has a few random bytes in an area of it. This would make each users unique (hash wise) and make it that little bit harder for MS to detect.
     
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    #13 supertack, Aug 14, 2009
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    Another strang point : even after showing the hidden files (system files too), I found nothing "new" (wow folder..) in both C: and System Reserved partitions ??? :confused:

    Update : Files are in System Reserved partition (I see the wowfloppyin it) but still no activation :-(

    Please help !
     
  14. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    Sorry man, I can't test this ATM (On an XP machine) but this should work. Treat it as an experiment.
     
  15. Jorgo

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    Great post! Too bad I don't play World of Warcraft.
     
  16. ifeife2

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    Haha Jorgo. Actually this is for Windows XP/Vista/7
     
  17. mariano

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    Well, just tested on a MSI Wind and this version is definitively not working ! However, I appreciated the fact that the loader is really hidden and doesn't show any GRUB boot message.

    Maybe we well get a WoW 7.0.1c today ? :D
     
  18. Hazar

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    Different version. Try that.
     
  19. mariano

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    What should I try ? You uploaded a new version ?
     
  20. Rick

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    #20 Rick, Aug 16, 2009
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    Just one question, why does WoW need menu.lst and a floopy image and Hazar's act¡vator doesn't? What is the advantage of using those (or, why are they needed)?