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pauluk83, Did you get it fixed?

hello, sorry for the long delay, yes i did get that one fixed. now i have another questain, i am trying to build a preactivated cd for my mate, he is using a hp laptop that has a oem insall of xp home the crc of the oembios.bin is 57DBAB59 would i beable to install xp pro with this method * he has a legit xp pro cd and key*

You're getting too close to the fine line between legitimate and pirated software. Personally I'd do it on my own PCs but not someone else's PC.

well my mate wants to learn how to do this for himself, he is knowlagable with pc, he runs his own company, so he would have major benifits of doing it this way as he reinstalls alot. any help would be useful

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This is from a Panasonic ToughBook laptop. It reads as Matsus***a which I believe is the parent company. And it looks as though the filthy mouth filter thinks that I'm trying to swear in the manufacturer's name.

89799F58.rar

MD5: 2D5EBFF9810EEF9F3C57F030A5A7BDE5

Manufacturer: Matsus***a Electric Industrial Co.,Ltd.
Model: CF-29NWQGZBM
4D617473 75736869 74612045 6C656374 72696320 496E6475 73747269 616C2043 6F2E2C4C 74642E

oembios.bin - DE14112C
oembios.cat - 89799F58
oembios.dat - 002D6594
oembios.sig - 9F10320F

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@Bezalel: The ASUS OEMBIOS Files on your share are corrupt. At least oemscan says that. I already double-checked my checksums with yours and they match, so there must be something wrong with the files on your share.

Does anyone have correct ASUS_FLASH files?

The files I have have a valid MS signature Pleas check your SHA1 checksums for verification.

BIN 066bef4fddc580ce48759e852f557e68de8b8a73

CAT 8e1fae9079ddb07f18d2d8f73cef4b7f44c90d39

DAT b1e9e2751b3eceaaf1bcc0494ddbe0503ab19ad8

SIG fa609577140e3d058b18791956443ec26e7607d3

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This is from a Panasonic ToughBook laptop. It reads as Matsus***a which I believe is the parent company. And it looks as though the filthy mouth filter thinks that I'm trying to swear in the manufacturer's name.

89799F58.rar

MD5: 2D5EBFF9810EEF9F3C57F030A5A7BDE5

Manufacturer: Matsus***a Electric Industrial Co.,Ltd.
Model: CF-29NWQGZBM
4D617473 75736869 74612045 6C656374 72696320 496E6475 73747269 616C2043 6F2E2C4C 74642E

oembios.bin - DE14112C
oembios.cat - 89799F58
oembios.dat - 002D6594
oembios.sig - 9F10320F

And the SLP String is MEI_CF not confusing at all ;)

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@Bezalel: The ASUS OEMBIOS Files on your share are corrupt. At least oemscan says that. I already double-checked my checksums with yours and they match, so there must be something wrong with the files on your share.

Does anyone have correct ASUS_FLASH files?

The files I have have a valid MS signature Pleas check your SHA1 checksums for verification.

BIN 066bef4fddc580ce48759e852f557e68de8b8a73

CAT 8e1fae9079ddb07f18d2d8f73cef4b7f44c90d39

DAT b1e9e2751b3eceaaf1bcc0494ddbe0503ab19ad8

SIG fa609577140e3d058b18791956443ec26e7607d3

Sorry, my fault. My files match the checksums. I tried it with an ASUS board and because oemscan matched the OEMBIOS files for ASUS, I thought it should work. It is a single board, not an ASUS PC. Any way to modify my DMI table so that Windows recognizes the OEMBIOS files?

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Sorry, my fault. My files match the checksums. I tried it with an ASUS board and because oemscan matched the OEMBIOS files for ASUS, I thought it should work. It is a single board, not an ASUS PC. Any way to modify my DMI table so that Windows recognizes the OEMBIOS files?

Use this entry in the oemscan.ini file for the ASUS_FLASH (B20C65BF) OEMBIOS file set to avoid false positives. In your oemscan.ini file did you search for asus or asus_flash?

[ASUS_FLASH]

PATH=".\Asus"

RANGE="0xFC000:3FFF"

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pauluk83, Did you get it fixed?

hello, sorry for the long delay, yes i did get that one fixed. now i have another questain, i am trying to build a preactivated cd for my mate, he is using a hp laptop that has a oem insall of xp home the crc of the oembios.bin is 57DBAB59 would i beable to install xp pro with this method * he has a legit xp pro cd and key*

You're getting too close to the fine line between legitimate and pirated software. Personally I'd do it on my own PCs but not someone else's PC.

well my mate wants to learn how to do this for himself, he is knowlagable with pc, he runs his own company, so he would have major benifits of doing it this way as he reinstalls alot. any help would be useful

so is anypne gonna help? he really thinks this will save him alot of time because of the fact he formats alot as he is a beta tester and programer.

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oembios.cat is used to identify the set NOT oembios.bin. Choose the file set that corresponds to the manufacture of your computer. HP is tricky, it could be either 06D652A4 or CD4E1902. If you want to know for sure download oemscan and run it in a command prompt. If it says that it matched “HP PAVILION” get 06D652A4 and if it says it matched Compaq or Hewlett get CD4E1902.

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oembios.cat is used to identify the set NOT oembios.bin. Choose the file set that corresponds to the manufacture of your computer. HP is tricky, it could be either 06D652A4 or CD4E1902. If you want to know for sure download oemscan and run it in a command prompt. If it says that it matched “HP PAVILION” get 06D652A4 and if it says it matched Compaq or Hewlett get CD4E1902.

right i am still slightly confused..

i ran the vbs file and it said

Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard 
Model: hp pavilion ze4900 (PJ947EA#ABU)
4865776C 6574742D 5061636B 61726420

but the oemscan said

Reading BIOS Memory

Matched: Compaq
Checking Authenticity of OEMBIOS files
CAT file currupt: C:\Documents and Settings\Chris\Desktop\HPQ\OEMBIOS.CAT

the laptop is definatly a hp pavilion ze4900, so why has it said that it is a compaq, so what set do i use?

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Just wanted to report that OEMScan works perfect with the Panasonic files. Between all of the ToughBooks and all of the Dell laptops I have here, this is going to let me reclaim around 1/3 of my VLK seats at work.

Bezalel and xehqter I really can't thank you guys enough for this :thumbup

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