This isn't a discussion for this thread, or really for this forum at all, but 1 quick FYI and then we should probably drop the subject:Quote:
I found a command line entry that got rid of the "Windows is not genuine" message and also got rid of the nag screen when booting up. I am assuming that this only got rid of the annoying parts but did not actually make Windows genuine.
- Any registry hack, command line entry, or exe that claims to get rid of the "Windows is not genuine" does just as you describe. However, some will allow you to run Windows Update. The only way to be 100% truly genuine is to buy you're own key and register that with Microsoft.
It still works without errors even today? It doesn't throw these .Net framework errors? Before a complete re-install of Windows, do an un-install of [b]all[/ab] the .Net stuff on your PC through the control panel -> programs and features, and download the .Net framework and re-install...Quote:
Driveline has been using 4.0 since around Novemeber 2012 since that is the last one I have that still works.