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Unread postby jcecil » March 29th, 2009, 12:31 am

I was told by my moderator/assistant that, due to my OS's questionable status, I cannot receive updates and therefore am a danger to society. Apparently microsoft doesn't share his view as I have been downloading and installing updates all afternoon. I just finished XP SP3 which took quite a while. Everytime I restart the little "updates are ready for your computer, click here" balloon pops up so I click it and get some more. I got critical security updates, malware removal tool, IE7 with updates, an activeX update, and, as I said, SP3. I don't know what else they have, but I'll take 'em.
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Re: microsoft updates

Unread postby NonSuch » March 29th, 2009, 3:04 am

You are using an invalid Product Key, a VLK that is known to be compromised. Your operating system is invalid and you have stated that you have no intention of taking the steps necessary to make it valid.

Moreover, it is the policy of the Malware Removal Forum that we do not assist those who are using illegal/invalid software.


If you have reason to believe that your copy of Windows should have passed the validation process, you may contact Microsoft for assistance:

http://forums.microsoft.com/genuine/def ... ?siteid=25

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