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Blueberry

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Feb 8, 2022
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Hello i hope some one can offer some advise on how to resolve his please.

I had to do a sfc using cmd and after restart my background was black and the message in the bottom right corner stating that this is not a genuine copy of windows. I used the removeWAT and it says that WAT is already removed.

What can i do to get rid of this error and get my system back to how it was without the not genuine message?

Many thanks in advance.
 

Ultimately 7

Active Member
Jul 23, 2022
43
5
OS
Windows 7
BR
Firefox 102.0
Hello i hope some one can offer some advise on how to resolve his please.

I had to do a sfc using cmd and after restart my background was black and the message in the bottom right corner stating that this is not a genuine copy of windows. I used the removeWAT and it says that WAT is already removed.

What can i do to get rid of this error and get my system back to how it was without the not genuine message?

Many thanks in advance.

Give this a try.

Playing around with Windows 7 ISOs and installing them for years, and am very familiar with DAZ, KMS, Remove WAT, and always used them... but a few months back I installed a Windows 7 ISO I obtained and none of these activators worked.

Needless to say, I began searching for other, unknown alternatives and stumbled upon this activator, which immediately worked, made my Windows 7 install original, and removed all watermarks.

I haven't had any problems with it for almost a year now (click and forget), and it allows for downloads from the MS website, which thinks your install is genuine.

You can access it here, at this website, which will also explain in much better detail:

Chew WGA v0.9 – download activator Windows 7 100% FREE!​

Chew WGA v0.9

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I tried finding it on this forum, but could not, so please any Windows seven version User, enjoy this activator. It is by far the best one I've come across for its reliability and simple, one-click activation. It will remove any black screens or any other choke-points that you described, and free everything back up instantly.

A reboot will be required, so close all items in your OS before using, and of course, perform a system restore point... of which here is also an easy tool to do that with a one-click maneuver: QuickSystemRestore It's free for any use or distribution and instantly creates a restore point ("Foolish IT - Restore Point" - Type: Install) that can be accessed (should the need be to roll back) using your system tools!

All the best!
 
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