Please help with W7 7100 x86 activation/validation

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Hi all. I have gone through all the threads about "this computer isn't running a genuine version of windows", even though it's painfully tech for me sometimes, and I still can't find a solution. I get the message at logon, once a day, even though i have used an activator and deactivated the watermark and everything. At the control panel/system it doesn't tell me anything at all, the only clue I have is this pop up window. I've searched for the 7100 x86 patch from orbit but all downloads require payment and I'm not willing to do that. So, is there a patch that works somewhere else, or some other solution, do I need to re-install windows using another download, and if yes, which one, please help me, as I need this thing to be up and running by Monday cause I need to work and i've been struggling with this for two weeks now... any help would be appreciated.
 


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Hi and welcome to the forums.

I get the message at logon, once a day, even though i have used an activator and deactivated the watermark and everything. At the control panel/system it doesn't tell me anything at all, the only clue I have is this pop up window. I've searched for the 7100 x86 patch from orbit but all downloads require payment and I'm not willing to do that. So, is there a patch that works somewhere else
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??? I am referring to what other people have posted here in these forums O.O I don't understand...
 


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I think I see... it's ok for you to dance around "legal" cause you have the know-how, and you know where to draw the line, while me, no it's not fine, I should stick to getting hopelessly lost and paying through the nose for things that eventually won't even work cause I'm a dumb no-tech. Thanks. I thought that might have been the case. It's not the first time I come across this, I just happened to need some help this time and I made the mistake to ask. My bad. Forget it.
 


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I think I see... it's ok for you to dance around "legal" cause you have the know-how, and you know where to draw the line, while me, no it's not fine, I should stick to getting hopelessly lost and paying through the nose for things that eventually won't even work cause I'm a dumb no-tech. Thanks. I thought that might have been the case. It's not the first time I come across this, I just happened to need some help this time and I made the mistake to ask. My bad. Forget it.

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