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Alex Super

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I received an error message. Picture of is is below. I tried all links and did whatever it asked me to do but that message still appears on my screen.

Do anyone know what I can do to fix that problem.

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This message usually occurs when Windows downloads the Genuine Advantage update from Windows Update on its own, it gets installed and the computer restarts. The message often appears when Windows has not been activated online or by telephone.
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But I did activated it by the phone.

Edited by Alex Super, 03 June 2007 - 01:13 PM.

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hey alex welcome to gtg you might as well click on it and get the problem worked out. thats my advice, your taking the risk of not being able to do anything on your computer if the 30 day grace period expires.
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ok alex lets try this. start your internet explorer and and on the tools menu,click internet options. in the internet options box click the security level for this zone.custom level.click reset. when the box up comes saying are you sure click ok. then click on the custom level tab again. under active x controls and plug ins click prompt for all the following options. download active x controls. run active x controls and plug-ins. script active x controls marked safe for scripting. click ok click yes and click ok. try again to activate windows. when you are prompted to install the wga active x control verify the publisher is microsoft and click install.
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