Anyone done fresh install of M400?? HELPP!!!

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  1. TabletX

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    Hi guys after getting hold of the CMPONENT folder I finally made my CD but somehow it is not accepting my OEM CD Key..... So I think it has something to do with the setupp.inf file in the i386 directory.

    Can anyone please cut and paste the content of this file for me please???? it is only a few line and it would help me out greatly.

    Thanks God that I have backup copies of my tablet image.
     
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    Hope that helps.
     
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    Thank you all of u guys for the help and the many wonderful posts here. The answer was my own I386 folder, it validated my key perfectly. Right now doing the tedious task of setting everything up and making plenty of ghost images along the way.
     
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    did you get all your tablet buttons along the screen working? if so, how?
     
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    Common ACPI or something like that will activate all the hotkey on the keyboard
    Tablet PC button 1.0.1.1 will activate the little joystick and the X button next to it.
    Rotation Driver will activate the Rotation button
    Power Saver will give you the ability to turn off the CD rom so you won't eject the tray when you are in tablet mode.

    Hope this help, on a side note eZAntivirus mess up my touchpad functionality, like the forward/backward feature. Kinda wierd.
     
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