'Driver not loaded & Windows not genuine' pop ups
Ok,Let me put it to you this way.Lets say I bought a Windows CD and loaded it onto my computer.On my CD jewel case I would have a long key number that I would need to enter into my computer before I could completely install Windows. I would have three days to either call Microsoft and register my software with a call person,or I would have the same three days to do it over the internet. Either way I did it, my CD key would now be tagged to my computer and registered with Microsoft . Microsoft takes a picture so to speak of my computer hardware and would store that information with my CD key. If I gave you my CD and you used the already registered key and tried to register it, Microsoft would see that your computer was not a match to it's data base and would flag your computer as not having a genuine copy of Windows hence the "nag" as it is called.You need to get your own CD key using the two methods I suggested and register that Key with Microsoft.
Dec 20, 2008 |
Compaq Deskpro EN 6500+ Model 6400 CDS PC...