Multi OEM/Retail Project (Windows Vista, 7, 8x, 10) Build 20.06.2017

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Multi OEM Project (Windows Vista, 7, 8x, 10) Build 20.12.2014 Final

File size: 67 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 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.

VirusTotal Results:
OEM Query Tool v5.5: 2/57 (Due to WinRAR SFX file. False positive, it is safe) 3.5% False Positives
Multi OEM Project: 8/56 (Due to decryption method. False positive, it is safe) 14.0% False Positives

Whats New
Few tweaks done, rewording here and there.
Enhanced checking done for .Net requirements if for some reason the .Net that is
required for MRP to fully function is not present then MRP will go into RFM (
reduced function mode), basically MSDM checking will not be done and a few other
little items that require .Net to be installed. This will only affect those that
use methods to remove certain parts from Windows via DISM or other tools and you
remove the .net feature(s). Mainly W8.x/10 but it can affect Vista/7 if a MSDM
table is present then it cannot be used for branding if DMI/SLIC branding fails.
Added enhanced error checking to most areas to prevent MRP from malfunctioning
due to a problem within the User Account Picture section when Windows 8.x/10
and Server 2012/2016 is installed. Was not a fault of MRP but how windows can
assign certain USERID (SIDs) it could cause a potential boot loop. Have added
new checks that will bypass that section if the 'bug' appears. Other branding
will still be OK.
Enhanced DefaultUser0 removal is now added, it has 3 stages, if one fails MRP
will try another method until it has been removed cleanly, failing the 3rd
attempt then you will have to remove the folder/account manually. Very Rare!
Other non important bits done too, just basic tidying up of some code areas.

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