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So I can’t just reinstall to fix this. Is it common? Same thing. Report • #6 riider March 6, 2013 at 14:09:45 I agree with Derek & mikelinus – your system is infected.

Where/how would I get those keys? Originally when I updated from XP to Windows 7 Ultimate, I had the same activation problem and a Microsoft technician sorted it by remote access. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (11) Collapse – Still not working… Dogs, am still using your version 3.1, ha ha. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/549497/genuine-windows-7-starts-giving-counterfeit-messages/

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The issue at hand, is those “not genuine” notices that simply happen “out of the blue”, such as after a Windows Update, etc..Hope this helps.Grif Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful Select Run as Administrator. My copy of Win. 7 is genuine, I purchased it was it was starting to be released.

ps: im from scotland next to culloden. The popup says my version of windows may be counterfeit and I may be a victim of counterfeit. It takes me several hours to overcome this glitch. This Copy Of Windows Is Not Genuine 7601 Permanent Fix By default, System, Network Service and Administrator accounts have “Full Control” and “Read” permissions on this registry key.

what should i do VG ^^ You need to right-click on the key to get Permissions option. This Copy Of Windows Is Not Genuine Virus If you install pirated Windows OS, it will run only for some months. And NOT in a VM. cannot click..

Michael Neither method works. Remove Windows Is Not Genuine Windows 7 All is well in Paradise. Windows XP and Vista had harsh limitations here, Windows XP had Windows Genuine Advantage pushed as a Windows Update, and that could potentially lock users out of their computers. Jimmy Man method two was already as described but method one might have worked, only it wont allow me to change anything in the permissions (yes I am admin and only

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You will no longer be able to use the file with earlier versions of MMC. http://www.whatvwant.com/you-may-be-a-victim-of-software-counterfeiting/ Back to top #6 technonymous technonymous Members 2,317 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:09:18 AM Posted 23 September 2014 – 07:46 PM Generally when you install Windows it asks for the Windows 7 Not Genuine Fix I had this problem, too, and it happened after I doubled my memory. This Copy Of Windows Is Not Genuine Build 7600 You’ll need to select your Country and then follow the procedure for activating Windows by making use of automated phone system.

Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse – I hope this isn’t the case… First, follow the instructions in the link below for such an error:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2008385There are a couple of Youtube videos regarding the issue as well. If you want complete features and updates, you must buy Genuine OS. Open control panel. Windows 7 Not Genuine Removal Tool

And you must turn off updates. Some help on this would be great! Join Over 4,000 WhatVwant Readers who get Technical Tips and How-to articles on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Internet & Much More. All I had to do once I got on the phone with an MS support person was read them a number (they told me where to find it) and they read

It is strongly recommended that you not disable the Software Protection service. Windows 7 Not Genuine Crack in method 1?? Then I read your article, and checked whether I got the System Properties thing.

As long as you created those items sometime BEFORE the problem occurred, use those to take the system back to its original state..Hope this helps.Grif Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful

VG ^^ Hi. Subscribe to our newsletter Sign-up to get the latest Tech.Tips straight to your inbox. Could someone please tell me what I may need to do or what happened because this issue really has me baffled! How To Remove Windows 7 Genuine Notification Build 7601 Once it is restored,  restart you pc in normal mode.

I have a feeling that it was to do with my sister, who i think held down the power button and turned it off while it was turning off. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (2) Collapse – RAM change should not be a factor by ClivenL / June 8, 2014 2:30 AM PDT In reply to: Bingo That WGA That’s it. I have tried a ‘fix’ in the Windows 7 forum which didn’t work.

You may definitely need to find fix for getting rid of this problem immediately. Now, when I do ‘Computer’ -> ‘Right Click’ -> ‘Properties at the bottom of the dialogue box I see a product key which is like the one I noted back then, The system reads the BIOS and verifies that it is the correct machine. You may see Wgatray.exe , Wgalogon.dll, Wgasetup.exe.

Do you know what causes it and is there anything I can do to fix it?Thanks for your help.–Submitted by: Marty J. Sometimes it happens.. And your PC will be infected by virus very easily. Yippie… 🙂 Thumbss up …

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