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a message keeps coming up telling me my windows 7 is not genuine. i bought the computer from dell and it was already installed on it - are microsoft right to tell me it's not genuine? what can i do about this? (i did validate my office word though, and that went fine). if i don't do anything, will something bad happen (apart from these messages coming up)? is there a way to stop the messages?

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CALL Dell if you just bought computer and haven't done any thing to it.that computer should have been ready to go the instant you turned it on. Later---

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Call Microsoft, if you don't do anything it will lock you out after hmm 30 days? or was it 60.

Yeah but the point is it will lock you out

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If I'm not connected to the internet, how I will get rid of this message and its black screen???

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i believe you can get an additional 30 days of trial use to optimize os usage.
just go to "command prompt" key in slmgr.vbs /rearm -> and then execute.

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Contact Dell for a replacement, and insist that they also send you an installation disc so you can reinstall the OS if this happens again.

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