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Posted by Anonymous on
Your operating system has done an automatic Windows update and the new update improves on the anti-piracy credentials that inspect systems for counterfeiting. It has read your system as having a pirated version of its software....what likely has happened is you have a copy of windows that had a Volumn License that has now been blocked. You either have to buy a copy of the windows you are using in order to get a proper product key, or and this is just for information.....there are small programs that will bypass this windows validation stuff and reactivate the system. That will have to be "Googled" because it is illegal and won't be discussed in an open forum.
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