How to remove/bypass windows 7 genuine notification-without any download

Posted: February 9, 2011 in Windows

This article is taken from Geekmontage.

 

Wanna hear more about the Windows 7 KB971033 Update? You have come to the right place! Scroll down below for additional information on how to update and reactivate.

 

For those of you who installed the Microsoft Windows 7 Activation Checker update (KB971033)you can stilluninstall it. The reason that viewers such as you may want to uninstall it, is because of the surround rumors that this update creates a new process/service that will slow down your system and has been rumored to monitor the user. If you haven’t installed this, you can hide and prevent the Microsoft Windows UpdateWindows Activation Checker (KB971033) from installing by using the directions below.

Many of you need to use the EASY METHOD listed below. That is 100% guaranteed working.

1. Remove the patch using the steps below.
2. Follow the easy method below (WAT 2.25)
3. After that, restart your computer
5. Click the activation prompt to follow the official steps to validate your windows
6. Click the option to download the Microsoft file to re-validate your windows
7. The activator will detect your Watt 2.25 key and will act accordingly (this takes up to five minutes)
8. Reboot
9. Do a windows update check and hide that damn update!
10. Try rearming windows afterwards if that didn’t work.
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To Hide the Windows Update/Disable it From Ever Installing:
1. Go to Windows Update
2. Click to View Your Critical Updates
3. Right Click the one Labeled “Update for Windows 7″ with update ID “KB971033″
4. Click “hide update.”

Uninstall KB971033 Windows 7 Activation CheckerUninstall KB971033 Windows 7 Activation Checker

For those of you who HAVE installed it and want to uninstall it
1. Go to Windows Update
2. Hit Installed Updates (link at the bottom left corner). If that link isn’t there, hit “view update history” and hit the “installed updates” link at the top.
3. Scroll down to the section titled “Microsoft Windows” and look for update KB971033.
4. Right click it and hit “uninstall”. Hit okay.
5. Reboot
6. Now check for updates again and follow the above method to hide it from installing ever again!
Note: You can also do a system restore if you are worried.
I have verified this method myself and did it before publishing this article. I personally do not want any extra processes running on my computer. =)
Enjoy!

If you are flagged as having an Un-Genuine copy of Windows 7:

Steps that I recommend
1. Remove the patch using the steps below.
2. Follow the easy method below (WAT 2.25)
3. After that, restart your computer
5. Click the activation prompt to follow the official steps to validate your windows
6. Click the option to download the Microsoft file to re-validate your windows
7. The activator will detect your Watt 2.25 key and will act accordingly (this takes up to five minutes)
8. Reboot
9. Do a windows update check and hide that damn update!
10. Try rearming windows afterwards if that didn’t work.
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Rearm Windows:
1. Copy down these instructions into notepad and save it to your desktop.
2. Go to start -> hold shift and click run (If you do not see run, simply type run in the start menu’s search box and click it while holding shift)
Note: Holding shift while clicking run opens up run in administrative mode, which is necessary for this process.
3. Type in “command” or “cmd” and press enter.
4. In the command prompt window type or right click -> paste:

slmgr.vbs -rearm

10. Reboot and your good to go~!

 

 

Comments
  1. Balaji Rocka says:

    how to remove win 7 geniune notification using regedit .

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