Superbar is in Windows 7 Build 6801

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       #60

    doubleblack said:
    Well I was kinda hoping the people here could help <_<
    Did you keep a backup of the original files?
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       #61

    doubleblack said:
    I have Build 6801, that I do know. I also had no audio driver problems on installation, it worked perfectly fine until I ran the Blue Badge patch and restarted. I also searched, and I found at least one other person reporting this problem.
    Hello Doubleblack,

    Have you already tried running the Blue Badge tool again and locking the protected features back to see if that helps?
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       #62

    Brink said:
    Hello Doubleblack,

    Have you already tried running the Blue Badge tool again and locking the protected features back to see if that helps?
    Shawn,

    Rafael`s tool doesn't unpatch or backup the original files

    He is releasing a new version today that uses a new technique to address a few issues and the new version will also backup the files
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       #63

    Thank you Steven. That is good to know.
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  5. Posts : 47
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       #64

    dmex said:
    Did you keep a backup of the original files?
    Yes I did, using the .bat file, however I don't know how to put them back.
    Brink said:
    Hello Doubleblack,

    Have you already tried running the Blue Badge tool again and locking the protected features back to see if that helps?
    Great idea, I'll try that!
    dmex said:
    Shawn,

    Rafael`s tool doesn't unpatch or backup the original files

    He is releasing a new version today that uses a new technique to address a few issues and the new version will also backup the files
    I wonder if you can use the new version over the old version, would this be safe? When can we expect this new version?

    THANKS EVERYONE!
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  6. Posts : 47
    Windows 7 x86
       #65

    Shawn,

    You were confusing the "Blue Badge Tool" with the "Unlock Protected Features" tool. However I did re-run the Blue Badge Tool again, and still no audio
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       #66

    doubleblack said:
    Yes I did, using the .bat file, however I don't know how to put them back.

    Great idea, I'll try that!

    I wonder if you can use the new version over the old version, would this be safe? When can we expect this new version?

    THANKS EVERYONE!
    Each version is fully compatible with the last version, if you want to restore the original files just rename the current system files and place the old ones in their place
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    Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
    Thread Starter
       #67

    For those waiting for the X64 patch, this method achieves the same result as the current x86 patch.

    Flashy Windows 7 bits protected by elaborate scheme, workaround - Within Windows
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       #68

    doubleblack said:
    Shawn,

    You were confusing the "Blue Badge Tool" with the "Unlock Protected Features" tool. However I did re-run the Blue Badge Tool again, and still no audio
    Yep, you're right. Not enough sleep again.

    You can do as Steven posted and replace the patched files with the backup files. You may need to Take Ownership of them first before you can replace them though with the backups.
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  10. Posts : 47
    Windows 7 x86
       #69

    Brink said:
    Yep, you're right. Not enough sleep again.

    You can do as Steven posted and replace the patched files with the backup files. You may need to Take Ownership of them first before you can replace them though with the backups.
    Well first I'm going to wait until the rumored new version drops today, and then I'll try!
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