*This x64 release will not fit on a single-layer DVDR*
*Use a Dual-layer DVDR, Blu-Ray, or 8+GB UFD*
No Windows 8.1 Settings were harmed in the making of this ISO.
No Programs are added to Windows.
No Registry Settings were modified.
No Unattended Settings were added to the ISO.
Windows 8.1 (Core)
Windows 8.1 (Core) N
Windows 8.1 (Core) Single Language
Windows 8.1 Pro
Windows 8.1 Pro N
Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
Windows 8.1 Enterprise
Windows 8.1 Enterprise N
Release File: Win81-x64-en-US-May2015.iso
Size: 5.50 GB
Release File: Win81-x86-en-US-May2015.iso
Size: 3.92 GB
Language: en-US (English – United States)
dism for Image Exports
oscdimg for ISO mastering
Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (DaRT) 8.1
Added Info folder to Windows Setup dir to annoy credit theives
murphy78 diskpart/apply script v1.2.6
-Resetbased starting images using preventpending to reduce release size
-NetFx 2-3.5.1 added to integration
-DaRT 8.1 integrated into boot.wim and winre.wim recovery options.
-Diskpart/apply script with recovery image and multi-boot support v1.2.6*
*To access, press shift-f10 during boot-setup and type: “MENU”
-UEFI and normal BIOS booting support.
-EI.CFG is present. You will need to extract the iso and delete this file to upgrade from a previous version of Windows*. You will also want to allow setup to download updates during upgrade process. You use the key appropriate to the index you wish to install in the txt file I provided. Then, after setup, you change your key to whatever you wish and activate.
Install from boot or delete the ei.cfg from the sources\ directory and run the setup.exe to upgrade. If you upgrade, you’ll need the keys provided in the Win81-pkeys.txt I provide. If you don’t have a legit retail key or legit Volume MAK for Enterprise/Pro, I suggest using the gVLK in the txt.
To Activate using KMS, download the MTK 2.5.3 using the magnet link in the torrent directory, run MTK, and select the EZ-Activator option. If you ever experience a problem with AutoKMS activation, because of an A/V program, switch to tap-adapter in the settings. It’s more friendly with AV programs than the secohook method.
There is also an OEM branding tool that you can use in conjunction with the OEM’s folder from the Multi-Branding OEM project on XxX. If you pick that up and put it next to the “OEM’s” folder and run it, you can apply all the graphics to desktop background and system info and such. Remember to thank Alphawaves on that thread if you use that. It’s pretty nifty. I use it myself.