Stopped All Auto-Updates for Win 7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Ghost1951, Feb 8, 2010.

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  1. Ghost1951

    Ghost1951 MDL Novice

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    I have stopped allauto updates. The reason being, the other night, I received a warning by MS that "I may be the victimof a pirated copy". I closed the warning, and then immediately stopped all updates. All comments are welcomed. Using Daz loader on a Compaq laptop F756NR. :cool:
     
  2. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    that happens if you're not activated and past the expiry
     
  3. Ghost1951

    Ghost1951 MDL Novice

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    What do you mean?

    I checked through the computer "properties" and it shows "activated" and "genuine".....what else is needed?
     
  4. secr9tos

    secr9tos MDL Addicted

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    Did u install an untouched Win7 or some modified one?
     
  5. Ghost1951

    Ghost1951 MDL Novice

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    untouched.....?

    Modded one from piratebay.....
     
  6. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    Sorry, but only one word sums this up:

    FAIL
     
  7. secr9tos

    secr9tos MDL Addicted

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    I would recommend to reinstall Win7 'cause nobody knows what was "modded"
     
  8. Ghost1951

    Ghost1951 MDL Novice

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    Ok......will do...and now I will close this thread...and Thanks a bunch................:)
     
  9. Ghost1951

    Ghost1951 MDL Novice

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    close thread

    How do I close this thread?
     
  10. tcntad

    tcntad MDL Guru

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    Gee, obviously you dont but admin.
     
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