Counterfeit copy of windows rid of message [Closed]

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I have a windows 7 computer and everytime I turn it on and log in, first thing a message will pop saying "Your computer may be running a counterfeit copy of windows". Then later on more messages will pop up saying stuff like your copy of windows did not pass validation. Please help me. I need to know how to get rid of these messages. Also at the bottom of my screen it has a little message saying Windows 7, build 7600, this copy of windows is not genuine. Im not good at computers so please dont use complicated language :) Thanks

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Try this
Go to start>search>Type windows genuine advantage- find out the directory of the file . delete the file with using shift- delete. U may get rid of the notice
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dit- Apr 10, 2012 at 03:58 AM
i dont view result of windows genuine advantage in search service

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