Disable genuine windows notification Win 7

April 5, 2011 at 15:28:37
Specs: Windows 7

I use windows 7, and I'm getting an infinite windows genuine thing on the bottom of my screen and every time I turn my computer on it forces me to make a choice whether or not to use it. It's really screwing up my computer as well, not even letting me have desktop wallpapers.
I've tried to find solution but the only ones require you to run "rsop.msc" which isn't working for me, or I have to do a system restore which I'm unable to do because I have a new computer.
Any help would be appreciated immensely.

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#1
April 5, 2011 at 18:47:23

You simply have to activate (register) your windows version at Microsoft.

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#2
April 5, 2011 at 19:26:12

You may be able to call MS to get it activated also.

dunno why you should have to activate it if it is a new computer though.

You must activate an install if you did it. You don't have to register with MS but many people use the terms in place of each other.

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#3
April 5, 2011 at 19:44:33

Activate it using the key provided, usually on a sticker on the computer. If you do not, it will get more insistent.

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#4
July 18, 2011 at 19:12:26

What you must do is to uninstall the Windows piece of software that does the verification process - this, as far as I've heard, runs an extra process and consumes some resources.
Go to Windows Update (in Control Panel) - at the bottom-left panel there're the Installed Updates. Click that link and search for the Windows update KB971033; uninstall that (this does the verification and pops up the "Your Windows is not genuine" screen... if is not genuine. But, like I've said, even if it is, the process still runs in the background consuming resources.
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#5
July 18, 2011 at 23:00:44

if you have a legal version of win7, then you did not activate it when you first got the computer..so save all your files, do a factory restore and then activate it as soon as you are online.
if its an illegal version of win7, you should spend some money and buyt a legal copy.

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