There’s nothing wrong with still using XP, a number of staff here at Make Use Of have yet to budge in fact.
If you’ve got an old PC that doesn’t need the bells, whistles and expensive licence that comes with Windows 7 then XP is still a viable alternative.
However all the methods are tested and proved damage free.
Use of any kind of patch, kegen or trick is illegal and you should not involve in such activities.
Have you removed Windows Genuine Advantage or did your copy of XP validate ok?
Validating your copy of Windows XP Professional involves registering the operating system.
Remove WGA is a simple run and reboot process, by the time you’ve restarted WGA notifications should be gone.
is another solution, just make sure you have the Microsoft . If one of these methods worked for you then you might want to change your preferences for so that WGA doesn’t make its way back onto your system.
In this guide I will show you how to remove the WGA notifications should you want to, after which you’ll not be able to download non-critical updates but will still receive the critical fixes that really matter.
If you bought Windows XP and have been unlucky enough to fail the validation (which isn’t uncommon) then you might just want to remove it altogether.
If you’re still reading then that probably didn’t work.
Boot normally and once Windows is back click Restart your PC and if all has gone well, your WGA notifications shouldn’t be visible. Navigate to your Windows\System32 folder and at the top of the window click so that you can see all of the offending items.
I’d recommend you try the first set of instructions to begin with, the second set is provided in case you can’t get the first working.