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    [7SP1 x64] weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    Hello BSOD gods, here i come to you once again, for your assistance is needed by the people!

    This is a very strange case... this computer crashes with a "blank" bsod... nirsoft's BlueScreenView shows no bugcheck string on any of the BSOD's...

    Can you guys give a clue on what's going on?
    In the meantime there are some things I've already changed to the system:

    -enabled iStorv and msahci drivers, changed BIOS value from IDE to AHCI
    -installed latest storage driver
    -updated BIOS

    ran memtest86+, no errors found

    Here's the collectedItems folder: CollectedFilesChiappero.rar


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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    It appears that the OS is counterfeit, an OEM key with a retail motherboard.

    We do not provide support whilst there is piracy present on your system.
    Please perform a clean install with a genuine copy before looking for further help.

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    My client says she bought it at a local PC store, and as they are assemblers the provide OEM licenses... Perhaps she's lying... I don't know

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    They can't provide OEM licenses legally, those kind of OEM licenses can only be used by Dell, Asus, MSI and similar companies for pre-installed laptops/computers.

    Local store shops use cracks to activate them.

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    mh,
    may i intervent Axe0?

    in Europe its legal to separate for example old Dell Maschines & Software and sell the OS / Recovery separately by Law.

    So i can easy equip an HP wiht an Lenovo OEM-Version or even my Asus Mainboard.
    OS activated, so its legal at least here......

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    I really don't know what the law says about that are here in Argentina... I'm just trying to troubleshoot a computer that has been working fine for a long time

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    Same for Croatia. It's legal here.

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    Hi,

    Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
    They can't provide OEM licenses legally, those kind of OEM licenses can only be used by Dell, Asus, MSI and similar companies for pre-installed laptops/computers.
    COA Sticker for OEM used by small integrators


    COA Sticker for OEM big brands:



    Notice the OA after the Windows Edition and the Brand name Dell, HP, etc. on the second line. In this case the manufacture provides the machine to the client already activated without needing validation.
    In the first case small integrators provide the OS installed but not activated, its the client that must validate and activate the key using the internet or phone.

    In both cases Windows show the licenses as OEM.

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    With 'those kind of OEM licenses' I refer to OEM SLP.
    Since when can OEM SLP keys be transfered to retail systems legally?

    EDIT: just for the information.
    The first thing I do with Windows 7 systems, I compare the product ID with an excel sheet I made from the list NoelDP made of OEM SLP keys. This one, a OEM SLP, hits Acer/Gateway/Packard and is installed on a Gigabyte motherboard.
    Last edited by axe0; 10-26-2017 at 04:56 PM.

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    Ok OEM SLP make things more clear for me.

    About transferring OEM licenses it depends on the country...
    One of the readers of my Blog posted a comment to this post and reminded me of something that I had forgotten to include in the original write-up. Yes, in Germany specifically, OEM licenses can be transferred. This does apply to Germany specifically though, so everywhere else it holds true that OEM licenses cannot be transferred to a different computer. Thank you for pointing this out and reminding me. I appreciate that.
    Source: No, OEM Microsoft Windows licenses cannot be transferred to another PC | Microsoft Director of Business & Sales Operations - Eric Ligman

    If I remember correctly the Window 10 EULA also mention similar exception for German users.


    Edit: Found also this post by NoelDP about that matter.
    axe0 says thanks for this.

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    Great! Windows licensing policies cleared out... so.... can my BSOD be analysed? Or it's an illegal installation?

    Thanks everybody for your time helping us!

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    It's an illegal installation, OEM SLP is bound to the hardware it has been installed on and cannot be transferred.

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    Re: Win 7 x64 SP1 weird no-bugcheck BSOD's

    oh...well... thanks anyway....

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