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genuine windows policy errors
I have three Win 7 copies installed in my computers respectively:
1 - Win 7 professional - KEY -- [removed by admin]
2 - Win 7 Ultimate - KEY -- [removed by admin]
3 - Win 7 Ultimate - [removed by admin]
The first two where brought directly in Amazon.co.uk: Low Prices in Electronics, Books, Sports Equipment & more, and the third was a direct legalization from Microsoft Ireland. All the copies are in their original packages with seals, plus the keys, and the DVD bears the correct holograms.
All the copies were correctly activated at installation time, but after two years of correct use without any glitch now they dictate "that are not genuine" and within two hours of use they simply crash without any warning. The below right corner of the monitor indicates a "Evaluation Copy Buil 7601" that was always there.
This is a leftover from the evaluation phase, whose piece of software where not correctly removed. The damage to my activity is huge, so I ask this community how I can get a solution to the problem, and a compensation to the damages.
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