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How do u remove that genuine windows calidation bubble thingy?


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Rocknrollcows

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YO! i recently built a new Pc and i installed WinXp Pro on it... but got this bubble that says this copy of windows is not genuine! plz purchase a genuine copy.... :whistling: *stabs bill gates* :blink: help anyone? how do u remove that noification thing???
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If you do have a legal copy of MS Windows please register online @ www.microsoft.com .

Otherwise, you know, we do not support.
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yes of course... the program is a few years old tho... i got it when i built my first PC.. the one i built first seems to be fine...i got it from wal-mart.
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Contact Microsoft
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i dont feel like itZ?
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In the case of Microsoft incorrectly flagging a genuine copy of Windows, only they can help you with it
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ok. you said you built 2 pcs right...
microsoft wants that each windows xp copy installed on only 1 pc.
i am not surprised the bill wont let you use the copy on your new pc.
so buy a new oem cd. the cheapest ones possible
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