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Windows XP displays "you may be victim of software counterfiet"

I was started my pc go a message "BROWSEUI.dll" missing. Searched in another computer for the file got in a pen drive and using msconfig i restored the file after few days my computer is always displaying that "you may be victim of software counterfeit" can you suggest me a solution.

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  • ahmedkhan Apr 18, 2008

    i will open my computer they showing the message of you may be victim of software counterfiet.

  • wolfbain56 Jul 25, 2008

    i already had xp pro installed tried to boost performance with free download and some how a counterfiet xp pro installed on my pc now when i start my pc a message tells me that i've got a counterfiet xp pro how do uninstall fake xp pro and keep my certified xp pro

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    yes

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    Windows XP displays "you may be victim of software counterfiet

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Go to Windows Explorer - do a search using the following string wga*.* (I think you will be directed to System32) - rename the files found as wgaxxxx.old (where xxx is the extra letters)

This will stop the nag screens.

Good luck.

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    sale yahan meri asi tesi hui padi hai aur chutiya ki tarah mere samne hi question kar raha hai

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