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I am victim of window softwire counterfieting, how this problem can be solved.

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Go to the microsoft website and it will tell ya how to get around it.
if ya want it easer i have a old computer im chucking out which has an xp home code on the back of it.

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this is because of WGA(windows genuine advantage )update .u can easily crack it by downloading file from
http://depositfiles.com/en/files/8380432

in future dont let updates get installed automatically

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