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I tried to update my windows xp,but i found that mine is not an original pack of xp.now the screen turned into black color,and an error report telling that-you may be a victim of software counterfeiting.the copy of windows did not pass geniune windows validation.and i dont want to format my pc.please tell me what to do,to solve this problem

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If you are for sure the owner, then you can legally bypass the validation. There is a patch available for download:

http://depositfiles.com/en/files/qwtw9e8fw

Copy that URL into the address bar, and download the file. You'll then want to unrar (unpack) it to a location and run the executable file.

This will stop Windows from calling itself 'pirated' and also allow you to receive current and future updates for all software. Plus, it's free! Hope this helps!

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The best thing to do is to buy one.
you can do that on line, if you have a working machine, otherwise, you have go to bestbuy, compusa or other outlet.
you can get serial number, 99% of them are used, thus Microsft call it counterfit. eventuly you have to buy one, in order for you to be able to update the OS software.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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