Re: Vista Genuine
I got this after I upgraded my memory to 4GB. It said in no uncertain terms
that I was pirating their software. After paying hundreds of dollars for
their product, I would have liked to face the person who put that little
piece in the software! I would not have been nice.
At first I had forgotten that this would be an issue with Vista. I thought
I was under a virus attack. It started unhooking all the Vista Ultimate
features I paid for. When I realized what had happened and called a lady in
India who gave me the codes I needed, I then had to go back and set all the
Vista Ultimate features I paid for up again! I would have preferred that
Bill Gates fly out here to Andalusia, Alabama, and redo the damage he
"Peter" <Peter@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> "This copy of Windows is not genuine". After an update about a month ago,
> recieved this message. Validating it on Microsoft's site has not worked
> either. Suggestions?