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My Laptop is showing "I am a Victim of Software Counterfeiting" How can i remove this error permanently

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Try this if running Windows 7...

How to Make Windows 7 Genuine Using Command Prompt

1. Press Windows key + R
2. Now "run" box will appear ,
In the "run" box type CMD,
Click on OK

Note:
Run CMD as Administrator
Now command prompt will appear
In command prompt type:
"SLMGR -REARM" and then Hit the Enter button.
Wait 5-10 seconds
Now a message will appear indicating success. Done!

Now your Windows 7 is Genuine! Restart your PC once.

Hereafter you won't see the warning
message that "Windows 7 is not Genuine"

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As the window startup you should see a star icon on the bottom right side of your desktop beside the clock click that then you'll be directed to their website then you can turn off the notification there

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I want to remove software counterfeiting message from my desktop


go to start -control pannal-than there will b an option of add or remove programs/hardwares-click n it -it will than show u all list of programs n softwares on your pc.Than u select tht software n than press remove-than it will show a process of uninstall tell yes n do next n the software is permanently gone.

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Removing Software Counterfeiting Message In XP


Ekse is right and this time I have done a post with deatils on on how to remove you are a victim of a software counterfeiting message in XP
http://fusionschronicles.blogspot.com/2010/06/removing-software-conterfeiting-message.html

on Jun 04, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I have a problem in my pc there is a warning of "you may be a victim of software counterfeiting. this copy of windows did not pass genuine windows validation" plz tell me what to do?


It means the windows OS you installed is not license. well anyway i''ll you remove this notification in just 1 or 2 secs only.know how?

Here's the procedure.

1. Download this application : GENUINE XP
2. After downloading,extract the rar file.
3. locate the remove WGA folder
4. then click the file removeWGA

then that's it. your XP is now genuine.

Hope this solution helps.

Jun 21, 2011 | PC Desktops

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I m getting a message on right side of my desktop that you may be a victim of software counterfeiting wanna get rid f these


Hi,
Windows thing you have used an invalid key to activate you copy of windows. You need to buy a valid key to activate you copy of windows. Just try clicking the message and it will explain what you need to do.

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I want to remove genuine microsoft software from my desktop


Pls be specific. Windows itself is a microsoft software. Are u facing any kind of problem like on the bottom right hand corner of the desktop it shows any message like "U may be a victim of general software counterfeiting" In that case u will have to reinstall windows. And please make sure that internet connection has to be disconnected before u turn off the windows update from control panel.

Feb 21, 2011 | PC Desktops

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In my pc whenever i on the system ,iam getting a notice that my pc is victim of software counterfeiting?ask 4 genuine microsoft software.plz tell me how can i solve this issue?


This depends on what operating system you're using - - try going to www.paltalk.com and ask around to see if someone there will give you some further help.

Dec 03, 2010 | PC Desktops

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A victim of software counterfeiting


If you bought the computer from a computer-store, with Windows pre-installed, then contact Microsoft (1-800-R-U-LEGIT) and report the store for installing a "non-genuine" version of Windows onto your computer.

Otherwise, follow the on-screen instructions to "Get Genuine".
Have your credit-card ready, because you will need to purchase a valid license, and you will get a 25-character product-key that you can input into Windows.

Oct 20, 2010 | PC Desktops

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It says i am a victim of software counterfeiting and others mentioned.


Go Here: http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php
and download their anti-malware (free will do). Install, update to latest defs and run a full scan. Hopefully this would remove the trojans, if not comeback and we;ll lookup another solution

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How cld i slv the problem of "you may be a victim of software counterfeiting" for fre


maybe this is because you are using a pirated or fake microsoft installer. buy genuine software. if you are using a genuine then this happens you can call microsoft hotline

Jan 24, 2009 | PC Desktops

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