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File Size: 77 MB 100+ OEM’s: Acer Advent Action Alienware AOC Aquarius ASRock Asus ATcomputers Bangho Beko BenQ BGH-SA ByteSpeed Casper CCE chiliGREEN Compaq crea CZC Dell Depo digimix ECS eMachines Epson Equus Everex Excimer EXO Exper Extra Founder FSC Fujitsu Gateway Genuine Gericom Gigabyte Greatwall Haier Hannspree Hasee HCL Hedy Higrade HP Hyrican IBM Impression Infinity Insys Intelbras iQon Itautec Jetway JooyonTech Kohjinsha Kouziro Kraftway KSystems Lanix Lenovo LG M&A Technology Maxdata Mecer Medion Megaware Mesh Mitac Mouse MSI NEC Nokia Olidata Olivetti Onkyo OQO Packard Bell Panasonic Paradigit Paragon Philco Positivo PowerSpec Prolink qbex Quanmax RMplc Rover Samsung SCC Semp Toshiba Seneca Sharp Sony Stone Synnex Systemax Tangent Targa Tarox TCL TTL Tongfang Toshiba Trigem Twinhead Velocity Vestel Viewsonic viliv WD Corporation Wortmann xplore Zoostorm ZT ~incl. (branding only): BioStar Foxconn Intel M$ $urface VirtualBox VMware OEM’s = 118 ; Branding = 127 BIOS Mode supported: Legacy and/or UEFI You can force install ‘ANY’ brand theme by reading and using the Force_Theme_[readme].txt

Editions for OEM Activation: Win10… Home Pro Win8.x… Core Pro Win7….. Starter Home Basic Home Premium Pro Ultimate Vista….. Starter Home Basic Home Premium Business Ultimate (Vista-Win10) If not known edition, branding only takes place. Objective – add $oem$ folder to .iso /usb. $oem$ method can be used to apply activation & manufacturer brand to your Win10 Win 8.x Win 7 Vista ‘.iso’/usb NOTE:- PC needs (Win8.x and Win10 ‘OEM-DM’ Win7 ‘2.1 slic’ Vista ‘2.0 slic’) bios to apply genuine oem activation. Project includes optional Telemetry disabling for all supported OS’s and adds domains to block through hosts file.

How To:

Win8.x|Win10

Place the ed ‘$oem$’ folder in the ‘sources’ folder of your ‘clean’ iso, and add custom ‘ei.cfg’ file to the same ‘sources’ folder and edit|save iso. Windows will install the edition identified ‘ei.cfg’ file. (Project ‘Options’ folder includes ‘ei.cfg’ instructions). OOBE.cmd will call tool that will extract embedded ‘OEM-DM’ key bios (if exists), and apply the serial during installation.

Win7

Place the ed ‘$oem$’ folder in the ‘sources’ folder of your ‘clean’ iso, and delete the ‘ei.cfg’ file the same ‘sources’ folder and edit|save iso… during install you will have option to select the edition of ‘Win7’ you want installed (ie. Starter Home Basic Home Premium Pro Ultimate)… if you don’t delete ‘ei.cfg’ file, that’s OK, just means Ultimate will install by default.

Vista

Place the ed ‘$oem$’ folder in the ‘sources’ folder of your ‘clean’ iso, and delete the ‘PID.txt’ file (if exists) the same ‘sources’ folder and edit|save iso… during install you will have option to select the edition of ‘Vista’ you want installed (ie. Starter Home Basic Home Premium Business Ultimate)… if you don’t delete ‘PID.txt’ file, that’s OK, just means serial used on that file will determine edition installed. Please read the ‘readme’ files included in the folder, for additional information. “UltraISO” recommended to edit|save your .iso, preserving ‘bootable’ image.

Editions for OEM Activation: Win10.. Technical Preview Consumer Preview Win8.x… Core Pro Win7…. Starter Home Basic Home Premium Pro Ultimate Vista…. Starter Home Basic Home Premium Business Ultimate (Vista-Win10) If not known edition, branding only takes place. Objective – add $oem$ folder to .iso /usb. $oem$ method can be used to apply activation & manufacturer brand to your Win10 Win 8.x Win 7 Vista ‘.iso’/usb NOTE:- PC needs (Win8.x and Win10 ‘OEM-DM’ Win7 ‘2.1 slic’ Vista ‘2.0 slic’) bios to apply genuine oem activation.

How To:

Win 10

Place the ed ‘$oem$’ folder in the ‘sources’ folder of your ‘clean’ iso, and edit|save iso. OOBE.cmd (Install.cmd) will extract embedded ‘OEM-DM’ serial bios (if exists), and apply the serial during installation.

Win8.1

Place the ed ‘$oem$’ folder in the ‘sources’ folder of your ‘clean’ iso, and add custom ‘ei.cfg’ file to the same ‘sources’ folder and edit|save iso. Windows will install the edition identified ‘ei.cfg’ file. (Project ‘Options’ folder includes ‘ei.cfg’ instructions). OOBE.cmd (Install.cmd) will extract embedded ‘OEM-DM’ serial bios (if exists), and apply the serial during installation.

Win8.0

Place the ed ‘$oem$’ folder in the ‘sources’ folder of your ‘clean’ iso, and edit|save iso. Windows will install the edition that matches the embedded ‘OEM-DM’ serial in your bios (if exists).

Win7

Place the ed ‘$oem$’ folder in the ‘sources’ folder of your ‘clean’ iso, and delete the ‘ei.cfg’ file the same ‘sources’ folder and edit|save iso… during install you will have option to select the edition of ‘Win7’ you want installed (ie. Starter Home Basic Home Premium Pro Ultimate)… if you don’t delete ‘ei.cfg’ file, that’s OK, just means Ultimate will install by default.

Vista

Place the ed ‘$oem$’ folder in the ‘sources’ folder of your ‘clean’ iso, and delete the ‘PID.txt’ file (if exists) the same ‘sources’ folder and edit|save iso… during install you will have option to select the edition of ‘Vista’ you want installed (ie. Starter Home Basic Home Premium Business Ultimate)… if you don’t delete ‘PID.txt’ file, that’s OK, just means serial used on that file will determine edition installed. Please read the ‘readme’ files included in the folder, for additional information UltraISO recommended to edit|save your .iso, preserving ‘bootable’ image Included link for images to be used with System Brand Changer if users prefer using a desktop branding tool with a nice gui, created by Alphawaves.

Whats New

A few little changes done to the main code… One being the display of the CPU Identifer Code (CPUID) this code (shown in full on the QT and MRP) will identify your CPU via its code number (on systems with more than one CPU it will be the main/first cpu as they should be a matched set it will be the same for the other cpus). This ID (usually the last 5 or 6 characters is the important bit) is the code that tells you if it a Skylake, Haswell, Ivy-Bridge etc you can google the resulting code. Some re-wording here and there and changes to some of the error checking messages (if they appear). Added the ReFS option (available through the ConfigCreator v2.4) which allows the ReFS Filing System

to be used, however this is only available on certain SKU’s/Editions as Microsoft keep changing what

is available on Editions as they create new Editions so the option may or may not work on the Edition

you have installed. Working so far on ProWorkstation and Enterprise for the RS3/4 Branches. I doubt

it would work on Home/Core editions. This is an experimental option and you use it at your own risk It is advisable to revert the registry change that the option creates AFTER creating a ReFS drive or

drives which will still allow you to use the ReFS drive(s) you created but not able to create new ones

this is because the registry switch might cause odd effects later on as the OS may think it is in WinPE

mode etc. To revert the option (via a Admin Command prompt): REG add “HKLMSYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlMiniNT” /v “AllowRefsFormatOverNonMirrorVolume” /t REG_DWORD /d “0” /f >nul 2>&1 or REG DELETE “HKLMSYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlMiniNT” /v “AllowRefsFormatOverNonMirrorVolume” /f >nul 2>&1 You can if you wish to revert it manually – just run REGEDIT and navigate to ‘HKLMSYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlMiniNT’ and delete the ‘AllowRefsFormatOverNonMirrorVolume’ entry, or set it to zero to turn the ‘feature’ off. After the above revert commands have been entered a reboot (NOT sign out) required to set the revert. If you need to re-enable the switch later on just type/paste the below to a Admin Command Prompt:

REG add “HKLMSYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlMiniNT” /v “AllowRefsFormatOverNonMirrorVolume” /t REG_DWORD /d “1” /f >nul 2>&1 Remember to switch it off after doing your drive creation(s) etc. Updated the BOOT/BIOS mode line now to show better information such as if it was detected via the IDE Controller or SCSI one, so now it will say {IDE Controller} or {SCSI Controller} after the result, example: AHCI {IDE Controller} or NVMe/PCIe {SCSI Controller}

etc. Some code tweaks been done, mainly in the error checking side and so not visible in normal use, unless an error of some sort occurs. A few log result lines have been re-worded. More efficent checks for the PID.TXT, EI.CFG and Retail.txt files also done.
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