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Victim of software counterfeiting - Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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  • julietbabe Jan 13, 2009

    the copy of my Windows did not pass genuine Windows validation.

  • ibkhalil786 Feb 03, 2009

    when i start my PC a message appeared below-right corner of my monitor and that is " You may be victim of software counterfeiting. This message still running,. then another message appeared and that is resolve now or resolve later.

    pls suggest how, i can solve the problem???

  • dsam358 Feb 07, 2009

    when i start my pc it shows the message of you may be the victim of software counterfeiting.I tried lot to solve this problem but didn't get success.plz help me to solve this problem.

  • cute rocker Feb 21, 2009

    when i turned on my pc i got a msg that i'm a victim of software counterfeiting.. I dunno how to resolve this problem.. my desktop screen became black and a blue star appears in my notification area.. it's really irritating.. i need a clear solution to this problem..

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2009

    When i turned on my pc i got a msg that i'm a victim of software counterfeiting.. I don’t know how to resolve this problem.. my desktop screen becomes black and a blue star appears in my notification area.. it's really irritating.. i need a clear solution to this problem..
    and another message also appears that to resolve now or resolve later.I knew that it is a product without licence. But help me to solve this situation because I hope my computer should be safe. From infection of virus.








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    Christian May 11, 2010

    But what is your question? On XP?

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This means the Windows Validation Tool has checked your installed copy of Windows and has found it to be a non-genuine copy. This means the product key is non valid.

Where did you get the PC? If a "friend" installed Windows for you then he is using illegal product keys.

If you are sure your Windows is genuine, you need to telephone Microsoft and fight it out with them.

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Go to system restore. (click start>programs>acessories>system tools> system restore.
restore to an earlier time. (try 3 days ago) if successfullly restored, then turn off automatic updates in control panel.

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When i start my PC a message appeared below-right corner of my monitor and that is " You may be victim of software counterfeiting. This message still running,. then another message appeared and that is resolve now or resolve later.

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Troubleshoot my counterfeiting software

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