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I am a having victim of counterfeit windows..i want to remove the notice in my dektop..how can i remove it without installing a new set of windows OS?

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I am not endorsing download or hacking, since it is illegal. The solution is either u install a licensed copy of Windows or visit www.katz.to and search for "windows xp activation, which overrides the activation.

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Visit Torrent and download the patch ''WGA Notification v1.5.708.0'' Update. In that there is a tool to remove this notice from the desktop. You can also try to get it from PirateBay.com....sodeep

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I solved the problem by going to task manager and doing what was suggested in an earlier entry, but this did not completely remove the problem. I ended up doing a search for WGA*.* and when the scan was finished, I modified the extentions. For example, wgatray.exe became wgatray.xex. I do this with files that I am not sure if I will need later, and it makes it easy to see what the extensions should be. I did this on the following files:

wgalogon.dll
wgatray.exe
WGATRAY.EXE-0ED38BED.FP

I also opened the WGANOTIFY.settings with NOTEPAD and set everything to:

Refresh Frequency on every o days
Show notification for every 0 logins
DaysBeforeBuyNow Unactivated = 5000
DaysBeforeBuyNow Nongenuine = 5000
Server DisableAll = false
Server DisableVLKID = true
Server DisableGetSP2 = false
User ReducedReminders = false
User ReducedVLKID = false
User ReducedGetSP2 = false
BalloonInterval = 5000 hours
BalloonIntervalVLKID = 5000 hours
BalloonIntervalGetSP2 = 5000 hours

Other settings in this file might work better, but right now, I am happy with the results.

Good Luck.

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"You may be a victim


Welcome to FixYa!

If you're seeing notifications that the copy of Windows that is installed on your PC might not be genuine, or that you might be a victim of counterfeit software, it's likely that your copy of Windows was not properly activated or is otherwise not genuine. To fix this, click the notification and follow the steps to either repair Windows or-if you have inadvertently obtained counterfeit software-buy genuine Windows.

If you are using Windows XP, download and install the Windows Genuine Advantage Notification Application. It will scan your operating system and will remove the annoying message if it's a legitimate copy of windows.

Download here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/905474

Keep me posted.
Thank you for using FixYa.
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Victim of software counterfeiting how to rectify it


Incase you are a victim of counterfeit product of Microsoft then :-
  1. Purchase a valid Windows XP cd-key online from Microsoft.
  2. If you can produce high-quality counterfeit media, along with a proof of purchase, you can get a free replacement key from Microsoft.
  3. Contact your reseller for redress.
  4. Purchase Windows XP from a local OEM reseller.
  5. Purchase Windows XP at a retail location.
Notice the word "Purchase" appears in three of those five options. There's almost no way to finagle a free cd-key out of this.
Counterfeit software can come from a number of sources. It's important to use a reputable reseller when purchasing software or PCs that come with software.
And, now the good part :-
Microsoft also offers several options to help victims of counterfeit software obtain a legal copy of Windows, including a complimentary offer for victims who were deceived into buying highy quality counterfeit copies
To help customers who unknowingly purchased a counterfeit version of Windows XP, Microsoft has created two genuine Windows offers for those who qualify:
  • Complimentary offer: Microsoft will make a complimentary copy of Windows XP available to customers who have been sold counterfeit Windows. Customers will be required to submit a proof of purchase, the counterfeit CD, and a counterfeit report with details of their purchase. Only high-quality counterfeit Windows will qualify for the complimentary offer.
  • Electronic License Key Offer: Microsoft will offer an alternative for customers who find out via the WGA validation process that they are not running genuine Windows, but do not qualify for, or choose not to take advantage of, the complimentary offer. These customers will be able to license a Windows Genuine Advantage Kit for Windows XP directly from Microsoft for a special on-line purchase price. The Windows Genuine Advantage Kit for Windows XP will include a new 25-character Product Key and a Windows Product Key Update tool that will allow customers to convert their counterfeit copy to genuine Windows XP electronically.
For complete details, please click on the foll. link :-
http://www.microsoft.com/genuine/downloads/faq.aspx?displaylang=en&sGuid=e15f48d2-e8e5-4e42-8f2c-3e1de84427cd
where you will find out how to contact Microsoft for this issue

Sep 21, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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I am a victim of counterfeit windows..i want to remove the notice


go to microsoft explain your predicament they will give you a new serial .probably at a reduced price.let me know how you get on.

Aug 19, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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I can`t go in my mail,I want to remove you may be a victim of software counterfeiting


HI,

That message ("you may be a victim of software counterfeiting") is displayed when your Windows serial number is being used by someone else. If your copy of Windows is legitimate, try contacting Microsoft support.


Take care,
Alex

Oct 13, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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I am a victim of of software counterfeiting


Don't do anything online. You're probably installed WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage).

Try to find REMOVE WGA on www.softpedia.com

That little hack tool should solve your problem.

Or simply reinstall your OS.

Jun 02, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Windows counterfeiting


Visit Torrent and download the patch ''WGA Notification v1.5.708.0'' Update. In that there is a tool to remove this notice from the desktop. You can also try to get it from PirateBay.com....sodeep

Apr 24, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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'you may be a victim of software counterfeiting


OK, This is a notice from Microsoft. The validation tool thinks your Version is a counterfeit. It is not a virus, but is still a headache no less. It will not go away, we can't shut it off. The only way to fix is to reload with a valid code or call Microsoft to report it. I hope this helps :)

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Victim of counterfeiting


My desktop showing you might be victim of counterfeiting. What shall I do now? Please reply the answer as soon as possible.
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