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Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like you got a pirated version of Windows installed on your computer. If you think it's a mistake and you have an original version of Windows installed, try communicating with Microsoft and let them know about your problem. You can also try to restore your system to a date previous to when the message started showing up. Also, disable the automatic updates for Windows so that the message won't show up again. If you're not using an original Windows copy, you will get the message whenever the Operative System updates to a certain new version that checks the validity of your OS. You could also try to disable the MGADT (Microsoft Genuine Advantage Diagnose Tool) from your computer and don't download it whenever you make an update in the system. (NOTE: removing the MGADT might be difficult if you don't know how to manage the registers in your OS, if you know how to then go ahead with any method provided in the internet, however, if you're not sure about it, DO NOT do it, you could mess up your computer and lose your information in it)
Posted on May 27, 2011
This means you are using a pirated operating system in your pc you can solve by using the Genuine operating system.
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