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Windows 8 Pro question

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check the value mediabootinstall in the registry under

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Setup/OOBE/

. If the value is 1 you used a full version, if 0 you installed an upgrade.

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I was bored today so I wrote this batch based off of Magic's reply..DP :sneaky:

@echo Off&color a&title,[ CHECK IF FULL OR UPGRADE ~DosProbie ]:: ### REG VARIABLES..set regpath=hklm\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\setup\oobeset regvalue=MediaBootInstallset regdata=1:: ### CHECK REG VALUE FOR OS TYPE..reg query "%regpath%" /v "%regvalue%" | findstr /r "%regdata%">nul 2>&1cls:: ### OUTPUT IF FULL OR UPGRADE..if "%errorlevel%" equ "0" (  echo Your Windows OS is a Full Version!) else (  echo Your Windows OS is a Upgrade Version!):: ### DELAY THEN EXIT..timeout /t 3 /nobreak>nulexit /b /0
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You can also Install from the Upgrade Disks, but you must change the 0 to a 1 for a good activation then.

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