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Windows 7: Watermark removal rendering W7 not Genuine?


15 Jan 2009   #1
drxthirst

 
Watermark removal rendering W7 not Genuine?

Well, I've seen many posts and read many thread about it... but I'm not sure it's that true. I didn't want to say this openly, however I would much rather get in trouble on these forums than I would get in trouble by Microsoft.


I installed Windows 7 32-bit on my old computer and 64-bit on this computer. On BOTH computers, I selected (and completed) 1, 4, 5, and 6. Although, I've yet to run into any problems. Both activated fine, and I still get all of the updates that I normally should.

Here's proof for my 64-bit machine: (Click to Enlarge)


Should I run into any problems, I'll let everyone know in this thread. Also, there's one more question... Is there anything I should be worried about?


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15 Jan 2009   #2
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

We don't want to encourage the use of Hacks in this Forum and most of them lead to unforeseen problems and what might be OK on your system may not be the case for the next person, so please refrain from posting about any sort of hacks.
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15 Jan 2009   #3
Devil Jin

windows 7 (7000) Ultimate / Vista Ultimate
 
 

Also drxthirst,

When MS has not released the retail copy of windows 7 point 1 and 2 in the patch are same and theres no point in it...

Tried it myself but reverted back and using the Keys released by MS now better to be safe than sorry.
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15 Jan 2009   #4
drxthirst

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr GRiM View Post
We don't want to encourage the use of Hacks in this Forum and most of them lead to unforeseen problems and what might be OK on your system may not be the case for the next person, so please refrain from posting about any sort of hacks.
I assumed this would be one of the answers I received. On almost every type of forum they discourage any types of hacks that could potentially harm or corrupt a person's computer. I will make sure that I do not post about hacks anymore. Like I said, I'd much rather get in trouble here than by Microsoft.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Devil Jin View Post
Also drxthirst,

When MS has not released the retail copy of windows 7 point 1 and 2 in the patch are same and theres no point in it...

Tried it myself but reverted back and using the Keys released by MS now better to be safe than sorry.
I understand. However, as of right now (and no telling how much longer) Windows 7 is my only Operating System. After trying to partition my HDD 3 times so that I could install Windows Vista, Windows 7, Ubuntu, and Windows XP each on their own personal partition, I ended up overwriting everything with Windows XP. So, I was going to re-install Windows Vista Ultimate, however I found out that I had not received a Windows Vista reinstallation CD from DELL when I ordered my computer. Having already burned Windows 7 to a disc, I went ahead and installed it. While installing, there's an option to completely format your HDD, so I went ahead and did exactly that. Now having Windows 7 Ultimate as my only OS, I needed it to last a little longer than August and the watermarks were getting rather old. So, I just decided to go ahead and install the cracks so that I don't have to remove in August as well as removing the watermark and "Send Feedback" link in every window.
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