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fpsdf

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  1. Hello, Is it possible to use files on the OEM recovery partition (or the recovery CDs) to make a slipstreamed Windows?. I'm using Asus. Thank you
  2. I own an Asus laptop with a portuguese OEM Windows XP Home system. What I intend to do is to make a slipstream of Windows to get rid of an amount of things i don't need. Also, that it could be in english. Since it is impossible to slipstream from the recovery partition, I need to get one other copy of Windows and use my native system key. So what do I need? An OEM Windows XP Home copy, right? Can it be in a different language from my native system, once I'm using the native key? thank you
  3. Ok, to make things clear: I own an Asus laptop with a portuguese OEM Windows XP Home system. What I intend to do is to make a slipstream of Windows to get rid of an amount of things i don't need. Also, that it could be in english. Since it is impossible to slipstream from the recovery partition, I need to get one other copy of Windows and use my native system key. So what do I need? An OEM Windows XP Home copy, right? Can it be in a different language from my native system, once I'm using the native key? thank you
  4. I got a retail Home version... so maybe i should get an OEM Home version to match my system native one. Is that it? And again, can they be in different languages? Like using a native portuguese windows key in a slipstreamed english windows? Thank you so much
  5. From what you ask, I think the proper questions in this order are:Does the COA sticker tie to language AND type (ex. English XP Pro) If not, then are you using the right CD type for your COA sticker? XP Home CD if your COA sticker is for XP Home - XP Pro CD if your COA sticker is for XP Pro If all three are check, I would checkout the OEMSCAN project found on these forums! Thank you. To make things even worse, because of some shipping problems with the Asus distributor here in Portugal, my computer came with a WinXP Home Simple Chinese sticker, although the system came in Portuguese. And now I don't know how to be sure that the system key matches this Chinese sticker...
  6. thank you. Well, it is legal but already in use on other computer... What I'm intending to do is to use the key from my legal OEM installation. So, no systems will be replicated (I hope I'm not making any illegal thing without knowing).
  7. Hello, and thank you for reading. Since I'm using a Asus laptop with OEM Windows, I'll use a different copy of XP to sliptream. I know that I need to copy some files from my i386 folder so that I can make it valid, using my OEM key. My question is: can it be a different language XP? My OEM is in portuguese and the CD that I could get is in english, which I prefer. Will the common process work? Thank you, cheers.

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