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Multi OEM/Retail Project Build 01.10.2021

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Multi OEM/Retail Project Build 01.10.2021
Multi OEM/Retail Project Build 01.10.2021
File Size: 81.2 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 Branded = 133~

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:
Server 2008 Server 2008 R2 Server 2012 Server 2012 R2
Win10... Home Pro
Win8.x... Core Pro
Win7..... Starter Home Basic Home Premium Pro Ultimate
Vista..... Starter Home Basic Home Premium Business Ultimate

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 downloaded '$oem$' 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 from 'ei.cfg' file. (Project 'Options' folder includes 'ei.cfg' instructions). OOBE.cmd will call tool that will extract embedded 'OEM-DM' key from bios (if exists), and apply the serial during installation.

Win7
Place the downloaded '$oem$' folder in the 'sources' folder of your 'clean' iso, and delete the 'ei.cfg' file from 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 downloaded '$oem$' folder in the 'sources' folder of your 'clean' iso, and delete the 'PID.txt' file (if exists) from 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 download 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 downloaded '$oem$' folder in the 'sources' folder of your 'clean' iso, and edit|save iso. OOBE.cmd (Install.cmd) will extract embedded 'OEM-DM' serial from bios (if exists), and apply the serial during installation.
Win8.1
Place the downloaded '$oem$' 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 from 'ei.cfg' file. (Project 'Options' folder includes 'ei.cfg' instructions). OOBE.cmd (Install.cmd) will extract embedded 'OEM-DM' serial from bios (if exists), and apply the serial during installation.
Win8.0
Place the downloaded '$oem$' 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 downloaded '$oem$' folder in the 'sources' folder of your 'clean' iso, and delete the 'ei.cfg' file from 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 downloaded '$oem$' folder in the 'sources' folder of your 'clean' iso, and delete the 'PID.txt' file (if exists) from 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 download 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:
+ Windows 11 option: Hide/remove the 'most used' Apps on the start menu, note this
does not relate to the 'Recommended' section which at this time is unable to clear.

+ General OS option: Disable the USB's automatic 'co-installer' feature to prevent
viruses etc from being installed at the 'NT Authority/SYSTEM' level when a device is
plugged in. Does not prevent the device from working, just any auto installed
drivers etc that may be contained within the device's internal memory/ROM.

+ Added an updated Windows 11 option to restore the old Context Menu layout, (not
the compact version). This is experimental and could be reverted by m$ at any time.

+ Updated the various TaskBar options so that they will auto disable on Windows 11
due to them making the SystemTray layout go misaligned etc.

+ Updated Snipping tool option for Windows 11 as the old 'SnippingTool' does not
always work so now it will open the new 'Snip and Sketch' App instead.

+ Updated several ToolTips within the MRPCreator to reflect changes in the OS's etc.

- Removed Unicode use for OS's below Windows 8.x due to severe issues. this will not
affect any OS auto translated context menus etc, only those that the user enters any
wording in their native language for example the DriveName, CT Menu items and so on.

- Removed/disabled some Windows 11 options that no longer operate on the later builds.

+ Added Server 202x Standard and Datacenter OEM SLP activation support where possible,
this is experimental as the keys may change or new ones added at a later date.

+ Many other internal code updates as changes in OS Updates have occurred.

+ Various re-wording on some option log entries.

+ Added a 'EarlyLog' system which will give a low level list of progress during
the very eary stages of MRP operation. This will be saved to the system drive's
root. You can delete the file later, it is just to help when something crashes
the project very early on and the main logs may not contain enough information.
Download link :
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