Build tags (no not that one)

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Build tags (no not that one)

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I was installing windows vista builds.
No trouble with getting the build tags, but here a part is missing.
Does somebody know where to find the build tag in the registery?

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Isnt it @ HKLM/Software/Microsoft/WindowsNT/CurrentVersion ?

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what? a vista beta with service pack?

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Thank you, i didnt know that (only that is said it somewhere but i dint know where)

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Namronia wrote:what? a vista beta with service pack?
What in the name... ???
May our software be open-source, and our women closed-source.

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Yes.

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sounds stupid, Service Pack 0 v1

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Post by lisiuwah »

the same thing happened on 5728

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but fixed in 5744, since it's no more "Services Pack0" and changed into "RTM"...
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It seems that there's no way to change the tag, at least it's no in registry///

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Post by Ludacris »

I would second that question. I would love to know where it is, as I want to change the build tag of 5231..

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I recommend you use regscanner.exe, from nirsoft.
link ..
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/regscanner.zip
..you should be able to find it by entering a piece of the build string.

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thuun derboy wrote:I recommend you use regscanner.exe, from nirsoft.
link ..
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/regscanner.zip
..you should be able to find it by entering a piece of the build string.
Thats windows PE, it doesnt work there and if you look in the registery editor at the registery screenshot theres the build string too.
You can find it quicker and less effort in the registery editor if you know where to look.

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