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After running a new machine for 7 months, the message popped un the lower right corner of the screen, stating that this copy of Windows is not genuine, Computer stills runs just fine. The copy of Windows 7 came on the machine when purchased.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your windows installation package is fake or just a recopy of the original you need to purchase an original in order to avoid the appearance of the genuine validation window. you need to reformat and install the original/genuine windows for you to avoid such problem.
Posted on Sep 30, 2007
SOURCE: I am doing a clean
Ok, first blets try and use the eRecovery program.
When you turn the system on, and it displays either the ACER logo or black screen with white writing, press F2 or Del to enter setup. It should display what to press in the bottom left corner of the screen.
This will open the BIOS settings. There should be a tab at the top called Main, select it. Somewhere on the list there should be something called D2D Recovery. Highlight it, and make sure it's Enabled. Now, while it's highlited, it will display what keys you need to press to start the recovery program. This is usually Alt+F10. Now save your settings and exit.
The system will now reboot. When the ACER logo or black screen with writing appears, press the keys that you saw in the BIOS. The Acer eRecovery program should now start. Follow the on screen instructions.
Hope this works, let me know
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: Windows 7 upgrade
You need to call Micro$oft Customer service department and ask them to
authenticate your Windows7 software. They will walk you through this
Google "Windows Genuine Advantage" and see why you do not own the software, you only get to use it if Billy Gates says you can.
Wipe hard drive, reinstall Ubuntu Linux.
Use System Recovery and go back to last known good Vista configuration.
Worst Case Scenario:
wipe hard drive and reinstall "Winders" Vista
You need to call Micro$oft Customer service department and ask them to authenticate your Windows7 software. They will walk you through this process.
Go to Microsoft
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
Thank you for your query
This message is telling you that your copy of windows may not be genuine, and you will need to purchase another license
If you believe that your copy is genuine and you have reciept etc to prove then you call microsoft to clear the issue up and they shoud provide you with another Windows key
I hope this has been helpful
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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Mar 26, 2013 | Acer Computers & Internet
You must have an authorised (legal copy) of windows xp.
Registering Windows XP enables Microsoft to notify you of essential program updates, security issues and available program patches.
Although registration is optional, you are required to first validate and activate your software to ensure that it is not a pirated copy.
Windows XP has a built-in function that will lock a non-activated genuine Microsoft product after it has run for 30 days
From the Start menu, click "All Programs," then "Activate Windows."
A blue window will appear with a picture depicting a set of keys in the top-left corner, and a message saying "Let's Activate Windows."
Click the topmost radio button marked "Yes, let's activate Windows now."
Click the white "Next" button on the lower-right corner of the window and follow the instructions to activate your copy of Windows XP.
The final blue window of the activation process will be marked "Register With Microsoft?" Click the white "Yes" button at the lower-right corner.
A new pop-up window marked "Collecting Registration Data" will appear.
Fill in the form by typing your personal details into the sections provided.
At the foot of the form you will find two blank white squares followed by messages asking whether you wish to receive special offers and promotional material from Microsoft.
Click on one or both of the white squares if you wish to participate; if not, leave them blank. Click the white "Next" button in the lower right corner of your screen.
A "Thank You" message will appear. Click the white "OK" button in the lower-right corner to complete the Windows XP registration process.
Hope this helps.
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