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If you bought Windows XP and have been unlucky enough to fail the validation (which isn’t uncommon) then you might just want to remove it altogether.If you’re a raging software pirate then I’m going to have a tougher job convincing you to keep it.Hello, I still use XP Pro and Win98SE for old music software because of the diskette controller. The Windows 98SE install went fine, and I installed XP Pro, and then ran SP3 successfully. In the past, the Genuine Validation page would come up in order to continue with updates, and it still does. Also tried the Windows Update page, which asks you to allow active X plugin, but the same thing happens. I wouldn't expect much help, Microsoft will do anything they can to discourage people from using unsupported OS and with good reason, i don't think an XP code will activate any longer, even if it was a legit key On a clean install you need to do a few things first.
I’d recommend you try the first set of instructions to begin with, the second set is provided in case you can’t get the first working.
If you’ve got an old PC that doesn’t need the bells, whistles and expensive licence that comes with Windows 7 then XP is still a viable alternative.
In this guide I will show you how to remove the WGA notifications should you want to, after which you’ll not be able to download non-critical updates but will still receive the critical fixes that really matter.
The Microsoft Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) has long been a major annoyance for a number of people.
Although it’s designed as an anti piracy measure, all too often WGA causes problems for legitimate users telling them their copy of Windows XP isn’t legal and they should go and buy a full copy to make their system a “genuine” one.