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Genuine advantage notification.

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I also am having a problem with the stupid genuine advantage notification. The only problem is that I had my computer upgraded to win xp pro by some dude in my neighborhood, and for all i know he is using the same disk to install windows on every computer he builds. what should I do. I already paid for the upgrade, so i refuse to pay 149 usd for a product valid product key.

Edited by Big_Trouble, 31 May 2006 - 09:35 PM.

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Open My Documents, click help, click is this copy of windows legal, follow the prompts
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