Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Hi dere ,frnd u hav knowingly or unknowingly downloaded "windows genuine advantage notification tool " from windows update . do one of the following : 1. restore to an initial point from system restore 2. reinstall windows .. after both the steps remember to turnoff "automatic updates " from control panel
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
Format....thats the only way for me...
you already updated your computer...
there is no tool that you can downgrade your pc if you have already updated it.. except you have deep freeze...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your question isn't very clear, but Geniune Advantage is Microsoft's attempt at stopping software piracy. If you have Windows XP, this was released as a Windows update a few years back. I am pretty sure it was built into Vista when Vista was released.
The Genuine Advantage checks back with Microsoft to make sure that your CD key is valid. In addition, it uses an algorithm of information from your PC parts to create a sort of signature file that Microsoft maintains. This is so that you can't buy one copy of Windows and install it on 10 machines.
Once you run the Genuine Advantage software and register your PC and Windows install with Microsoft, it shoudn't bother you again unless you do some major hardware upgrades.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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Run the Microsoft Genuine Advantage
Diagnostic Tool. This tool will generate a summary of your computer's
settings and system details that will aid the support team in the
If you choose email support, follow the
prompts in order to submit your support request. Note that you may be
prompted to download an ActiveX control. This is not required and you
may continue without installing this control.
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