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rshaffer61

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He would have to have a Volume license with Microsoft and if that is so then there would have been no reason for

I think my main problem with this PC is that the person we purchased it from put a bootleg copy of windows on it, and it doesn't seem to work 100%.


It is either a bad installation or corrupted system files. Since you mentioned the above then I assume he does not have the volume license and therefor has installed a reg key illegally.
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Well a long time ago he used a bootleg before he got his business off the ground, but now that he has an established enterprise he purchased a legal copy. His company is MAX Z' Enterprise and wouldn't tarnish his name with illegal software.
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Then at this point you need to get a legal copy of the OS from a Original disk with a legal Reg number.
With a burned or hack copy installed we will most likely never get this issue resolved.
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