Sudden Non genuine on Windows 7 pro.

Posted on 2012-09-02
Last Modified: 2012-09-05

I have bought a PC with Windows 7 Pro about a year ago from CompUsa. A couple of days ago, suddenly it started with this non-genuine thing. Do somebody has that experience and is there a way to solve it without having to reinstall Windows?

Question by:lxfdirs
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    Do you have Stcker like this?
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    You might try this article from Microsoft:
    Windows 7 displays "Windows is not Genuine" with an error code of 0x80070005
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    Did you change any Hardware?
    Do you have a Sticker like this?

    If yes you can call Microsoft and activate again. They will help you for free.

    How to:

    See under: Click here to show information on how to find the Windows 7 Microsoft Product Activation Center phone number.
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    Run mga diag ad post result

    Check whether the product key on the  sticker matches with mga diag results...if not the u need to update  the product key.

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