OEMBIOS autodetection script by Mr_Smartepants
v1.8.7 17 Mar 2011
Do NOT pirate Microsoft software
It YOUR responsibility to perform due-diligence
Be certain you are installing this OS on properly licensed OEM hardware
Verify the OS type with the Certificate of Authenticity attached to this PC
Mr_Smartepants or SiginetSoftware will NOT be held legally liable
if YOU violate any copyright law by installing this OS on an unlicensed PC
No copyright laws were broken in the creation of this utility
Error: Windows installation directory not found
Beginning alternate scan method...
Beginning alternate detection method #2...
Detecting Product ID (PID) by scanning EULA.txt...
Found EULAID: EULAID:XPSP3_RTM_PRO_OEM_EN
mr_smartepants wrote:Well, the OEMAUTO can be run whenever (best success rate is at T-39) but the program needs to reside within the \OEM\ folder and sit next to the \OEM\bin folder because those paths are fixed. It also needs to be on the same medium that the OS was installed from because it pulls info from the install sources. Check the code in the 2nd post and you'll see that the 'C' drive is not present in the scan options for CDROM or USB methods for obvious reasons.
If I get time I'll see if I can modify the code to run as standalone.
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