But there isn't much use in that. Microsoft did not overlook this, and prepared a third generation of OEM activation.Windows 8, 8.1, 8.1u1: SLIC 3.0. I have suggested a clean reinstall, with disciplined addition of drivers and apps,... Since this is a UEFI and securesafe-capable BIOS [I've tried I think most if not all of the variations] perhaps that is the missing factor. weblink
After installation, note that Windows is already activated.6. When Flash ships in November with the GPU acceleration, ION users are going to be laughing. MLB is an abbreviation. It added nothing and will go no where. http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/89195-using-upgrade-media-oem-key.html
As much as a PITA as you, losta. @Delmont, all: The 100MB partition is the hidden bootloader system partition that I mentioned before. With Windows 8, it's reversed. Welcome to Ars Technica!Seconded! It DOES support OEM installs and apparently retail as well [but I haven't tried that yet; it would be handy if one size fits all, etc.]The 8.1 install never asked for
Once an OEM serial had been given, the system firmware would be checked for a SLIC table, and the contents compared to any and all OEM certificates that had been loaded Lambdascript adds functional programming to Python The language project, still in the alpha stage, works with Python expressions and emphasizes literate...