Question about 1993 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
I may be the victim of software counterfeiting....what is the solution
If you are referring to a message you got when starting your computer, that is due to your computer having an invalid key (not one given by Microsoft). When XP first came out, lots of "discount" computer sellers were illegally putting XP on computers with fake keys. Most likely you have one of those. You can get a free key from Microsoft if you can prove you bought the operating system, and where you bought it from. Microsoft will take that information and go after the place you bought it from if they're still in business. Otherwise, they do have an option to buy a legal copy.
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