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BLASH

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Blash, your thread has brought the attention to our more technical users. As such, they would expect some exact details on what was done, including whatever steps you have attempted. Which means exact commands, files modified, batch files, maybe even screenshots. You have also been given hints and clues as to how to go about researching the things we do not have content here on MSFN, such as changing the name of the OS in Computer Properties.

We can't help you if you won't help yourself. If this thread continues on its course of "not work" , no technical detail and berating of members, then the thread will be locked and you may not create another one on this topic.

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I'm going to help you out on #3, Blash...

Go here and read carefully. See what happened? ;)

edit - and I found a WONDERFUL notation...

Converting can render your OS completely unusable<snip>
Need I say more? Edited by submix8c

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Not worked thats why i repeated.

How exactly are you testing to make sure it works?

I guess I should have mentioned that the registry entries need to be imported before you log on. I use the $OEM$ folders and a batch file to run the registry entry during local machine.

@echo Adding Runonce entries to the registry...
ping -n 2 127.0.0.1 >NUL
REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce /v SettingsLM /d "regedit /s %SystemDrive%\Temp\Merge.reg"

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