No loader works anymore

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Googashlak, Nov 23, 2009.

  1. Googashlak

    Googashlak MDL Novice

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    I have tried a crap load of loaders now and none of them work. Can someone please help me?
     
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  3. Googashlak

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  4. secr9tos

    secr9tos MDL Addicted

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    Nothing? You mean not even the window does appear?
     
  5. Hazar

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    That is strange.
     
  6. Googashlak

    Googashlak MDL Novice

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    Nope nothing nada.
     
  7. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    That is strange, bordering impossible...

    Make sure .NET is installed properly, it uses 2.0 which was included since Vista
     
  8. Googashlak

    Googashlak MDL Novice

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    Every time I used a loader the computer would restart and give me the same message "This copy of Windows is not genuine" message and even apply a desktop background with the same message in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. Everything was working fine until I turned on my computer this morning. :(
     
  9. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    Sounds like your software protection is messed up. Is the service started? Is sppuinotify started? Are you running on RTM?
     
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  11. Googashlak

    Googashlak MDL Novice

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    Now when I go to windows update is says that I might be a victim of software counterfeiting. Can someone please help? I have no idea whats going on. T_T
     
  12. Googashlak

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    #13 Googashlak, Nov 23, 2009
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    Yup tried that one too. I would click activate, reboot, then it says actiavte failed.
     
  13. Googashlak

    Googashlak MDL Novice

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    Wtf i downloaded .net 3.5 but when I double click nothing happens.:(
     
  14. Ra1d

    Ra1d MDL Novice

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    For me non of the loaders work too,but in my case,the windows will not load at all if i use a loader.
     
  15. Googashlak

    Googashlak MDL Novice

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    ok so I did a system restore, then I was able to run RemoveWat, and all is fine again. Thanks guys for all the help. My heart was racing.:)
     
  16. jupier2k

    jupier2k MDL Member

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    Quite obviously one of the update/hotfix kill the loader and removewat ?
     
  17. Daz

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    From how the system was not even installing .NET it sounds more like a virus/trojan of some sort. Maybe the system restore reverted the damage but an update/hotfix is not the problem here, if that was to ever happen you would see allot of activity on the forum.

    The user did say they tried allot of loaders/activation tools and depending where they were downloaded from the results could be bad or good depending how how trustworthy the source is. Mixing activation solutions is not recommended and can only lead to further problems.
     
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  18. Nburnes

    Nburnes MDL Novice

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    RemoveWAT works just fine for me.
     
  19. NoGoodNick

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    If you can, try running "RemoveWAT", it redoes the activation process differently so it might do something differently enough so it might work. I'd guess you might have to do whatever you do from a boot CD since Windows doesn't seem to want to behave until it's legit. I just caught my own system which had suddenly switched from "Genuine" to "only 12 days left of trial period..." so I suspect there might be something sneaking around resetting MS's protection scheme somehow. Luckily I managed to catch it in time.

    I know it's dumn, but, just to be safe, you did select "Run as Administrator" didn't you?

    I'm afraid, if nothing else works, you might have to reinstall Win 7 again. If you've used anything that copies the system register you might set it back, or possibly run "System Restore", but if Windows doesn't run, I seriously doubt they'd allow it to run long enough to reestablish an illegal copy of Windows. :(

    Good luck and let us know what your final solution is.