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I downloaded an update for firefox but did not restart the computer, just shut down assuming when I get up in the morning & start up the computer it will do it's restart. Unfortunately I wake up to my Windows license is counterfeit. I have been validated w/no problem for years. Can anyone help me? I uninstalled firefox because the problem showed it was part of the firefox program, but when I restarted it still says I may be the victim of counterfeiting. Thank you for any help anyone of you can provide!

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Last Post by sonu saharan
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hello, firefox updates automaticly ,where from and what update did you download ,
sounds like you are infected with a virus/trojan/malware ,run a full scan with your antivirus program ,also download free version of and run full scan with malwarebytes ,
mbm,removing all it finds .

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Oh my! This is a first for me. I did run full scan of AVG freeware, but nothing else. Will try the malwarebytes. Thank you so very much!!

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Good Morning caperjack & everyone else,
Well unfortunately malware bytes did not clear the issue despite it did fing 3 trojans & a total of 39 problems.
So, thank you so much for that.
On the other hand, any other suggestions?
Thanks to anyone that contribute.

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Good Morning,
Still need help on this. Malwarebytes did not solve the problem. If I truely have to purchase a new product, is there anywhere that sells the GENUINE windows cheaper than microsoft?
Thank you for all your help ahead of time!!

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hello ,what type of computer is it ,laptop or desktop ,is it a brand name like Dell/HP /Toshiba, ect ect , is it possible you have a recovery partition that you could reinstall winnows if so ,why not backup any important data ,like documents and music /movies/ ect ect and reinstall windows

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hello you update your computer program. every month update your pc and you go to your pc satting refersh your pc / start your pc than you restart your pc.

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