About a year ago, I took a no OS PC and installed Windows 7 Ultimate on it. This was a version of the OS that I acquired which is an internal Microsoft one that lets employees install any version of Win 7, Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate, and either 32 or 64 bit. When you first boot to the disk, a menu comes up and offers you all the possible Windows 7 versions. Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit installed great and never asked for activation. The download had said it’s a never-activate version. It ran great, but after a while I got the “Not genuine Windows” BS. I searched the Internet for cracks and tried many that didn’t work. I tried a few loaders, none of which worked. I don’t remember if any of them were the Daz Loader or not. Finally, I found Remove WAT, which worked. Recently, Microsoft’s update system kept pestering me to do a much of updates, which I kept postponing with the 4-hour option. I thought I had set Windows to not update without my permission. I was planning to pick and choose my updates and to avoid anything that might be Windows Genuine Advantage bulls**t. However, Windows did all the updates during the night without my consent. Now for the first time ever, Win 7 is pestering me to activate. It says I have 24 days to do so. I’m wondering if Microsoft’s update system has caught up with Remove WAT. I checked and the Remove WAT file is still in the scripts. I’m not getting a “not genuine” message; I’m only being bugged to activate. Should I rerun Remove WAT or should I switch to the Daz Loader? I also saw the other option called DeathWAT. I found the page on how to switch from Remove WAT to Daz Loader. It had a utility that gets rid of Remove WAT and then restores everything that Remove WAT has gotten rid of. Is that what I should run or have the Windows updates already restored all of that since I’m getting the activation pestering? I have Acronis True Image and could great a Ghost of my OS and everything in case what I do f**ked up my OS. What’s my best course of action?