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  1. tom982
    17 Sep 2013
    tom982
    Thanks! Just had a look at the loader and it comes with loads of command line switches, so I'll give sysprepping it a go when I next need to reinstall Windows
     
  2. NoelDP
    17 Sep 2013
    NoelDP
    Some ISO/DVD's come with a loader embedded (usually a version of Daz) so that a user may never actually see a request for either a Key or activation.
    I've never tried Sysprepping an install with a Loader - but it may be a way of doing it.
     
  3. tom982
    17 Sep 2013
    tom982
    Is this complete bs?

    http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help...ml#post2534863

    Surely it's not possible to get a SLIC table from an install DVD?
     
  4. tom982
    13 Sep 2013
    tom982
    Mind taking a look at this?

    http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help...ml#post2531095

    The OP had this computer built for them, but it came preinstalled with an MSDN license. He's no longer in contact with the builder/seller, so I'm stuck for what to do! Help!
     
  5. tom982
    27 Aug 2013
    tom982
    Home sweet home, got back from holiday last night. Replied
     
  6. NoelDP
    19 Aug 2013
    NoelDP
    Tom - can you lend a hand here??
    I'm out of my comfort-zone (again!)
    http://www.sevenforums.com/windows-u...04002-a-2.html
     
  7. tom982
    31 Jul 2013
    tom982
    Haha, we went out drinking with a few Aussies in Bangkok... big mistake! Those guys can really put it away.Ah that sounds horrific, the leg room wouldn't have been too bad for us if some complete twat hadn't put his seat back the whole way for the flight. I'm 6'2", I need my leg room
     
  8. NoelDP
    31 Jul 2013
    NoelDP
    Most of the cabin crew were Oz - I got the impression they knew how to party
    The worst trip I had was on Singapore Airlines - 13 hours in standard hog-class legroom
     
  9. tom982
    31 Jul 2013
    tom982
    Sounds great! I'd love to go to Vietnam one day. We flew Etihad and I imagine they're pretty similar to Emirates; the service was incredible, really puts the western carriers to shame.
     
  10. NoelDP
    31 Jul 2013
    NoelDP
    It was fun actually - by the time we left Ho Chi Minh I'd grabbed a couple of hours kip, and there were only about a dozen of us on the plane. The stewards/esses were feeling friendly and we had a decent breakfast (accompanied by alcohol) on the plane. Emirates had loads of legroom even in hog-class
     
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