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There is a tool that removes all W.A.T. files,registry entries and the exe itself. look it up on www.demoniod.com. the person who loaded your operating system used either A) a blue edition of windows 7 install disc (which is now expired due to the release of the kb971033 update) because he or she didnt want to pay for an operating system when it should be free. or didnt have the money to do so. or they used an activator on your operating system after they installed win 7 ultimate or professional or home or enterprise. 7loader is a famous win7 activator that is made obsolete (along with 200+ other activators) with the install of the KB971033 update. the only other way to remove this annoying nagging Windows Activation Technologies **** is to go buy windows 7, or reload your machine with the blue edition of windows 7 or other color edition and do not download and install the KB971033 update. to do this, during the installation procedure, you will be asked if you want to turn on automatic updates. DONT. select the red shield. then complete the install. whe you goto do updates, it will again ask you if you want to go auto. DONT. select either keep my current settings or let me choose my settings. then select the option to only be notified of updates. check for updates. when you get there, click on the IMPORTANT UPDATES link and scroll down to the KB971033 update and right click onit. HIDE THE UPDATE! then you can download and install the others. from that point you can select automatic updates. IF YOU HAVE OFFICE 2007 NOT GENUINE PROBLEMS microsoft also released the same type of update for the office products. you will not download it if you do not choose to add updates for microsoft products as well.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
So, what is your question? The easiest answer is to replace the OS or call MS & pay them for a key.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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