With Microsoft’s recent release of the Windows 7 Verifier update, many Windows 7 users may have experienced a black screen, stating that Windows 7 is not genuine. For the most part, this is an easy problem to fix, depending on your specific computer. Learn how to make Windows genuine.
Reasons for Windows 7 is Not Genuine Error
Before you decide how to make your copy of Windows 7 genuine, you should first figure out why you are receiving this error. I’m not going to point any fingers at anyone. Here are some common reasons that you may be getting this error:
- You downloaded a jacked version of Windows 7 from a torrent site or file hosting site, such as RapidShare.
- You downloaded a jacked version of Windows 7 with Limewire.
- You installed a legitimate version of Windows 7, but used a key generator or serial crack to activate Windows 7.
- Microsoft is simply inaccurate, and giving you problems with your fully legitimate, purchased key.
If you believe that one of the above errors may be causing your Windows 7 to show up as invalid, you can fix it simply and easily by either contacting Microsoft or purchasing Windows 7.
Is Your Version of Windows 7 Legitimate?
If your version of Windows 7 is hacked, it is recommended that you contact the person who sold you the computer, and ask them to get you a legitimate version of Windows 7.
Making a Legit Copy of Windows 7 Genuine
It’s not unheard of for people with purchased copies of Windows 7 to get “Windows is not genuine” errors. This is a problem on Microsoft’s behalf that should be taken care of. If you are positive that the Windows 7 installed on your computer is legitimate, you need to contact Microsoft to get this issue resolved. If you purchased an actual copy of Windows 7, or purchased a computer (Dell, Gateway, HP, etc.) that came with Windows 7, you should definitely not be getting this error.
Microsoft technical support is average at best. But stay on them, and demand that they get Windows 7 working correctly to your needs.