I got a Windows EP Professional installed on my computer a few days back through one of my associates ( who is not available at present) and my computer started working perfectly. However, when while typing the text I tried to use Encarta Dictionary or Translatory by downloading the same on the internet, the warning appeared "This window is not genuine and that I may be a victim of software counterfeiting. and ultimately I was unable to download such types of softwares etc. Every time at the start and shutting down the same warning is contituously appearing. May I get help from your goodself in this regard to solve this problem obligingly. Regards. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Re: Genuineness of MS windows XP.
Hi, the XP pro. your associate installed on your computer is a pyrated copy which is blocked by microsoft. so you may not be able to install any updates from MS. However you can use it normally with other applications.
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Ok, well you do not need to replace it as such, one usually simply installs Microsoft Office, and this will install Word, & others too, Or, just MS Word, and Associate, the Program with the Document files, so that documents will automatically open suitable documents.
If you want to do so...you can follow these procedure:
If you don't have the CD/DVD, Buy your genuine MS Windows XP Professional SP3 and Windows Office 2007 (I can't suggest you the price, it may be vary).
Write down all Computer Device type (you will need it when installing device driver). To find it, right click on your "my computer" icon on your desktop and click "manage". Locate "Device Manager" and write down all device that listed here. But do not to worry about it, most of well known device are included in Windows Driver out of the box. For some computer, the driver could be found on the CD that shipped with the computer when you've purchased it.
Copy all of your data (i.e in "My Documents") into your external Hard Disk or other backup device such as DVD or CD.
Make sure your computer's boot priority set to "boot from cd" as first priority. You can set it in BIOS option.
boot your computer, and follow instruction from Windows CD (it will be easy thought, it almost clear for every instruction).
After the installation finished, you might be needed to install device driver.
Install Office 2007 and follow the instruction (believe me, it's easy!)
Copy back all of your data from your external harddisk to your new "My Document"
It's all done
But, you might be found some problem during the installation, and it may be vary...just ask me again with your new problem then...I will try to help :)
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yes, you can do it. If it has been 6 months since original installation you wont need to call MS. if you are instructed to call MS, call them and when they ask the reason for re-install... make sure to tell them it is a new PC, and that YES you have uninstalled it from the other PC. If you say no, you will lose authentication rights immediately.
<grin> Had this problem years ago and it really frustrated me.
- Open the Control Panel
- Open Folder Options
Click on File Associations tab
Go down to the .doc extension listing and . . . change it to Word or WordPad if you don't have MS Word installed.
hi, XP pro. installed by your asso. in a pyrated version and is not genuine copy. Such serial numbers are blocked by the MS for any updates or software from microsoft. However you can use it normally with all the programs except the special updates from microsoft.
It used to happen like this during the new installation.
goto BIOS setup and check that the HDD is correctely detected. check the size it reported. If its correct, give one more try. else the HDD firmware is corrupted and can be repaired.