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Question: What can I do? Problem: I installed my Windows XP and use it for a couple of days. On the 3rd day, I validate it, write my brand new key, it says "ok". So I installed SP3 and some others from Automatic Updates, I reboot and now I cant log in with my username, nor Administrator or Owner. I...
[strong]Hi Dear Members ! I am Haresh Shrimali from New York . Does anyone know about getting rid of sticky & permanent Desktop Message " You may be a victim of software counterfeiting" on my Windows XP PC .Is there any 100% sure & permanent Solution to get rid of this stuff ?[/strong]
my computer keeps telling me i need to validate windows and when i type in my product code it does not work-why is this?i think somehow it thinks this is a business or part of a domain what does this mean?it tells me i can validate windows for230australian dollars,but i already have windows anda...