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Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by juggernaut911, Oct 25, 2008.
my post from another problem (MSFN). anyone have any idea?
Frikin 4 hours without any results!!!!!!!
Did you look in the source directory that it points to? There should be other clg files that you might be able to select to get different versions.
These are what are in \Source\:
INSTALL_WINDOWS VISTA BU000.CLG
INSTALL_WINDOWS VISTA BUSIN.CLG
INSTALL_Windows Vista BUSINESS.clg
INSTALL_WINDOWS VISTA HO000.CLG
INSTALL_WINDOWS VISTA HOMEB.CLG
INSTALL_WINDOWS VISTA HOMEP.CLG
INSTALL_WINDOWS VISTA START.CLG
INSTALL_WINDOWS VISTA ULTIM.CLG
install_Windows Vista ULTIMATE.clg
Don't know about the OEM DVD's, but the retail DVD's are all identical, vista home basic right through to vista ultimate, its your key which determines which version it installs
Edit- What I said above is the same as Jiggah said in your other post
Think I may have found a fix:
I removed all images from the install.wim but ULTIMATE so it wouldnt have anywhere to look. going good so far. the EULA was for ultimate!
now to make sure and make a Home Premium/Ultimate install with built in activation!
I'll update this later
Mine has 7 clg files (this is a retail package). One for each version of Vista and one named STARTER.
Have you tried running the image through vlite to see if you can pull the image out?
Reading up on the OEM discs, they have a bios checker on there. I'd be easier to get an OEM disc from another source and use the key at the bottom of the laptop/desktop.
OEM key is preinserted via autowhatever.xml for business.
I'm using gimagex to delete images from the wim. working so far