Hello, I'll try to describe my problem as better as possible. I've been using daz loader with Windows 7 Ultimate for over a year and it worked fine. Last night, I left my PC turned on (scanning my disks for problems, maintenance stuff) and when I came back in the morning, a message about not genuine Windows had appeared. A basic note about what I'll explain is that when my PC boots, there are two options on the operating system menu: Windows 7 and Windows 7 Loader XE. The default option is Windows 7 Loader XE and it automatically gets selected after 1-2 seconds, so it boots with the second option. This morning, I downloaded and installed the latest daz loader, hoping this would solve the problem. I didn't think of uninstalling the previous loader though. The result: I can't boot with Windows 7 Loader XE anymore. When the system automatically selects to boot with Windows 7 Loader XE, the following message appears: So I have to pay attention every time I reboot so that I move the arrow keys, so that the Windows 7 Loader XE thing doesn't get selected. Now I boot with Windows 7 (the first option), which has the not genuine message. I tried too many times uninstalling and reinstalling the loader (both the version I used a year ago and the latest version) but nothing seems to happen. My most important issue is that I can't make Windows 7 Loader XE disappear from the boot menu. I tried everything: the notes from the readme.txt of daz loader didn't work, neither with the SYS nor with the ALL command. It just won't work and it's still there. So, what I want now is to remove in some way the Windows 7 Loader XE option in the boot menu COMPLETELY without having to format my hard disk. I have TONS of multimedia professional applictions and plugins and it will take a whole week to reinstall them. And deadlines in work come closer as time goes by. Please help! Also feel free to ask about any details I forgot to mention. Thanks!