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I have recently discovered this amazing tool that has made installing windows 7 on my countless machines around the office that are used for virus detection & removal so we often wipe & reinstall our machines after a project has been completed to remove any existence of any virus's that may be lingering. Anyways my question is, after putting in the the windows key, removing & adding software from the install DVD we use the DVD to install as a trial & it comes up near the end that states windows is finalizing settings. A black box pops up stating this is not a genuine version of windows yada yada yada. This has caused a few issue's for us. Is there a way to stop the black box prompt from showing up? This is so we can have the DVD's done & issued as suited to each machine without causing concern as something that pops up at the end stating not genuine is currently preventing me from proceeding even though we have legally purchased 38 retail versions of windows 7 & we just want to slipstream the process of reinstalling.

 

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jaclaz

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I have recently discovered this amazing tool that ...

WHICH "amazing tool"? :unsure:

 

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It seems, based on the screenshot, this "amazing tool" might actually be closer to "amazing warez" ...

vsUK, you should look into using MDT, which you can use to create unattended installation from DVD or USB.
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I've seen that prompt before and it is a "loader" which is definitely warez software.

 

Yes it can use legal serials but it injects slic info and boot loader routines.



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I have recently discovered this amazing tool that ...

WHICH "amazing tool"? :unsure:

 

jaclaz

 

I was referring to  RT seven lite. I remove some useless parts of windows that is safe to remove & have some software installed. Some dev software for the virus/trojan detection & analysis work & some sandboxing tools + the usual drivers & so forth catered for each system as some have different hardware & had the windows key auto added to install. The windows will be installed from USB sticks that will be for security locked to the tower so there's no "accidental" loss of windows. Everything I do works great, just that black box notification when nothing added is shareware or freeware its all purchased or company created software.

 

Not sure what you mean by warez as i don't use any warez software? 


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Not sure what you mean by warez as i don't use any warez software?


That black rectangle with the non-genuine message was inserted into that warez authors, for whatever reason. We won't discuss it in specific terms, but Kel has already given a hint. Although, it may be possible that the Rt7lite you have is not a clean or original source.
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