Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by mullered07, Aug 13, 2008.
i updated to sp1 when it first came out, i've not had a single issue
We get this issue at work with branded Notebooks. A lot of Samsung Notebooks seems to suffer from this issue but I doubt it's anything to do with SP1.
actually you are wrong...
theres a patch called 'KB971033' which is causing it. and that one small patch alone effects the entire way how windows is activated.
if you have it installed. your genuine installation might have been mistakenly flagged as a pirated copy of windows. and you must re-validate it either online or by calling up M$.
M$ use to make it as a standalone update patch, then people were getting smart so they hid it inside SP1. what nerd cant resist the urge to update to the next service pack???
Google the patch.
So explain to me why false-positives happen when SP1 isn't installed? Arrogant get! We still get false positives in earlier versions of Windows.
Freedom, have you ever thought about being a mod? :troll:
because M$ slipped a WGA activation tool inside Internet Exporer 8 which may mistakenly flag a genuine installation as a pirate copy.
False positives happen all the time. but im saying that the SP1 doesnt fix the issue and people are still having their geniune copy of windows flagged as pirated.
but you and i know (as well as the other mods and higher ups) that it will never happen.
The world just isn't ready for you...
same issue with me on my OCUK copy of windows 7, delete one of those updates sorted the issue out for me
Enough about you, Lets hear some more about me!!
Personally, I dont think im well behaved enough to be a mod
Personally your just a horny chinese dude wanting to get drunk and get the ladies every night.
im not always drunk off my tits you know....
tatty i will get my revenge!!!
"it appears i'm absolutely gazebo'd!"
He is going to run you over with his Jag if you are not careful. Here, take this gun, was going to sell it to Osama but then he died :/
Mine's bigger than yours
guys can you give me an appraisal on a surround setup please?
the mrs making me sell some bits i gathered over the years and i am not sure how to price this?
its pretty much as new,a dell wl6000 5.1 setup.
give it to me for free?
that's a very kind offer!
i will have to pass though fella,i will never be holding the folding if i do that.
just trying to help a fellow TPU member get rid off his unwanted equipment
in all seriousness i'd say £50 is the average price off a 5.1 set up + £20 for the wirelss rear speakers - £10 for Dell and you get £60+ delivery
they are going for £60 shipped on fleabay, so around £60 is great
i got loads of crap i don't want..prob is that no one else would want it either
my estimate was right as always i continue to be the best person in the world well, besides the obvious
Cheese can always be made better with worcester sauce!
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