Fix Windows is Not Genuine Message in Windows 7

July 25, 2012 at 8:36 PM | Posted in Windows | 3 Comments
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We know how it feels when you are prompted by this “Windows is not Genuine” message every time you boot up your system. Though Windows is easily available today, not everyone wish to pay for this and thus uses the pirated copy of Windows OS.

Note: We do not encourage piracy and advise our viewers to use genuine software only.

Earlier we have also written about the “Windows Software Counterfeiting” problem and posted the solution using the RemoveWGA tool, which you can read here. “Windows is not genuine”, is a different problem than this and thus here is the solution below.

Steps:

1. Solving this problem is very easy and can be done by using a simple tool called RemoveWAT.

2. What you all have to do is, just download this tool from the link below (in case this link is not working you can search the net for this tool with the same name).

3. Extract the archive and double click the tool to run it.

4. You will see couple of options listed, just click on the “Remove WAT” button and it will start working on the problem automatically.

When the problem has been fixed, your system will be required to reboot. You will see that after the reboot your problem has been fixed and you will no longer see the “Windows is not genuine” watermark at the bottom right of your screen.

Now you can use the system as original and also set the wallpaper and themes which you were not able to, earlier.

Download RemoveWAT

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