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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 11:35 am 
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Thanks so much "anonymous", please continue the good job! :P
BTW, is that Longhorn 3790 and 7 6936 really got deleted? :S


It's no great loss - "Longhorn" 3790 is just a Server 2003 SP1 RC build with a Longhorn EULA and built in winmain, and 6936 is already leaked in x64, this was just an x86 build.

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 11:36 am 
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It's already great that we have got 4 new leaks, but we hope those 2 get re-uploaded.

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 1:39 pm 
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Im downloading 7 6467 and LH 4042 at the moment. Thanks :-)
Please what about BIOS time?

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 2:16 pm 
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Fuuu... yeah! you've made my day! :) Anyway, x86 of 6936 is interesting stuff too. I hate x64 builds, and would like to take a glance on it in x86. I hope it will be reuploaded.


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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 2:31 pm 
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kangaro wrote:
Im downloading 7 6467 and LH 4042 at the moment. Thanks :-)
Please what about BIOS time?

Just set it to the day after the tag.
Addition: I installed 6469 on vm 7.1.4 and the timebomb doomed after i installed vmtools.

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 2:39 pm 
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Install vmtools with CUSTOM option and mark drivers only. The toolbox will always sync the time even with the time mods...


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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 2:57 pm 
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Mmm... That Superbar looks much better than that of 6608 and of the final version. If anyone can make a port/custom project to bring the 6730 look to Windows 7 RTM, that would be very nice.

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I tried to integrate the install.wim of 6730 into 6469, and failed.
Now I'm intending to integrate it into win7 msdn disc.
If I fail again, I may download the m2 build for a test.

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 3:54 pm 
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reekilynn wrote:
kangaro wrote:
Im downloading 7 6467 and LH 4042 at the moment. Thanks :-)
Please what about BIOS time?

Just set it to the day after the tag.
Addition: I installed 6469 on vm 7.1.4 and the timebomb doomed after i installed vmtools.

How did you manage to install it? I tried with VMware too, but setup fails during second phase :(


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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 3:56 pm 
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Is this usual bug in this build or?

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 3:58 pm 
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reekilynn wrote:
kangaro wrote:
Im downloading 7 6467 and LH 4042 at the moment. Thanks :-)
Please what about BIOS time?

Just set it to the day after the tag.
Addition: I installed 6469 on vm 7.1.4 and the timebomb doomed after i installed vmtools.

How did you manage to install it? I tried with VMware too, but setup fails during second phase :(

Give it 768MB RAM and 20GB HDD Space. No other extra needed.

Addition: Should I use an M2/M3(eg 6608 or 6780) for integration of 6730 wim? And I'm waiting for re-upload of Longhorn b3790 now.

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 4:12 pm 
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reekilynn wrote:
razziatore wrote:
reekilynn wrote:
kangaro wrote:
Im downloading 7 6467 and LH 4042 at the moment. Thanks :-)
Please what about BIOS time?

Just set it to the day after the tag.
Addition: I installed 6469 on vm 7.1.4 and the timebomb doomed after i installed vmtools.

How did you manage to install it? I tried with VMware too, but setup fails during second phase :(

Give it 768MB RAM and 20GB HDD Space. No other extra needed.

I gave it 15 GB HDD (that's the maximum I could offer, installer haven't complained about) and 1 GB RAM, no luck.


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@TomKTW, no, it seems that he erased it, no idea why, since he even isn't connected to the internet and the default page is loaded.

Haven't had the time to try it myself, I have it downloaded.

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@TomKTW, no, it seems that he erased it, no idea why, since he even isn't connected to the internet and the default page is loaded.

Actually that's a bug. I guess it's something related to vmware drivers, but I haven't tested it on real hardware.


This build has some kind of predecessor of Accelerators for Windows found in build 6780. It's called Activity Everywhere.
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It seems idd. SVGA drivers don't work happy with 6730 ...

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Thanks so much "anonymous", please continue the good job! :P
BTW, is that Longhorn 3790 and 7 6936 really got deleted? :S


It's no great loss - "Longhorn" 3790 is just a Server 2003 SP1 RC build with a Longhorn EULA and built in winmain, and 6936 is already leaked in x64, this was just an x86 build.


Yes but that's bad and I suggest maybe the upload server should restrict the delete permission to prevent this happen again.


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@TomKTW, no, it seems that he erased it, no idea why, since he even isn't connected to the internet and the default page is loaded.

Actually that's a bug. I guess it's something related to vmware drivers, but I haven't tested it on real hardware.


This build has some kind of predecessor of Accelerators for Windows found in build 6780. It's called Activity Everywhere.
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Wow, that theme looks amazing. So primitive, yet so... clear.

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dionet wrote:
Rob Jansen wrote:
@TomKTW, no, it seems that he erased it, no idea why, since he even isn't connected to the internet and the default page is loaded.

Actually that's a bug. I guess it's something related to vmware drivers, but I haven't tested it on real hardware.


This build has some kind of predecessor of Accelerators for Windows found in build 6780. It's called Activity Everywhere.
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Wow, that theme looks amazing. So primitive, yet so... clear.

A bit buggy if you look at the taskbar's background and buttons, though.


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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Fri Apr 29, 2011 1:46 pm 
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Yes but that's bad and I suggest maybe the upload server should restrict the delete permission to prevent this happen again.


Already done. We didn't do this before since we expected all our members to be honorable and not bite the hand that feeds them and delete the files members painstakingly collect and upload. But apparently it took one dishonorable member to show us otherwise, lesson learned :). And we're working on further measures to prevent anything like this to happen again.

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Fri Apr 29, 2011 5:19 pm 
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Be good if you guys could go through the FTP logs and find whoever deleted those, and then delete them from BA :)
Can't believe these hoarders, sad people who like to examine and sit on builds all by themselves, when they could just release them for the entire community to take apart :D

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LH 3713 is an interesting leak ;-) There haven't been LH leaks for a long time, as I remember...

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 PostPost subject: Re: [LEAK] Windows 7 M1 6469.1; M3 6730.1 and Longhorn 3713.        Posted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 12:50 am 
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Leon: The matter has been investigated and dealt with, so we consider the case closed, and measures has been taken to prevent any future deletions. As for some of the deleted builds, well, we can just hope someone ups them again. I am preparing other betas as we speak, but I will not present the list until I have prepared and packed up all of them.

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TheCollector1988 wrote:
well 5025 seems fake to me.

Not according to this build list of pre-m1:
6.1.5025.winmain.050111-2030
6.1.5041.winmain.050302-2030
6.1.5048.winmain.050401-0536
6.1.5071.winmain.050605-2010
6.1.5086.winmain.050625-1730
6.1.5112.winmain.050720-1600
6.1.5219.winmain.050830-2010
6.1.5729.0.winmain.060914-1613
6.1.6435.1.winmain.070524-1820
6.1.6441.1.winmain.070606-2215
6.1.6442.1.winmain.070608-1835
6.1.6443.1.winmain.070611-1855
6.1.6444.1.winmain.070612-1905
6.1.6445.1.winmain.070709-1410
6.1.6446.1.winmain.070719-0642
6.1.6447.1.winmain.070719-2115
6.1.6448.1.winmain.070723-1704
6.1.6477.1.winmain.071010-1835
6.1.6481.1.winmain.071018-1917
6.1.6482.1.winmain.071019-2033
6.1.6483.1.winmain.071022-1900
6.1.6484.1.winmain.071023-1954
6.1.6486.1.winmain.071025-2058
6.1.6487.1.winmain.071026-2206
6.1.6487.1.winmain.071027-1600
6.1.6488.1.winmain.071029-2152
6.1.6490.1.winmain.071031-1918
6.1.6491.1.winmain.071102-2244
6.1.6492.1.winmain.071105-1715
6.1.6493.1.winmain.071106-1743


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