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How To Fix Windows 7 Bricking Issue (0Xc004f200, Non-Genuine) That Microsoft Says Wasn't Caused By Latest Cumulative Updates

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Post by Pedro-NF » 12 Jan 2019, 16:49

MICROSOFT TRYING TO BREAK WINDOWS 7 - BEWARE OF NEW UPDATES !!!

How To Fix Windows 7 Bricking Issue (0Xc004f200, Non-Genuine) That Microsoft Says Wasn't Caused By Latest Cumulative Updates

<< Some users are reporting activation failures and "Not genuine" notifications starting around January 8, 2019, or later, on volume-licensed Windows 7 KMS clients. Notifications may state:

"Windows is not genuine."
"Your computer might be running a counterfeit copy of Windows."
On screen errors and logged events reference "xC004F200 (non-genuine)."

Microsoft assures that this is NOT a problem associated with the latest security patch and the "timing of this issue" just coincides with the release of the January updates (KB4480960 and KB4480970) that were released earlier this week. "A recent update to the Microsoft Activation and Validation unintentionally caused a "not genuine" error on volume-licensed Windows 7 clients that had KB 971033 installed," Microsoft says. "The change was introduced at 10:00:00 UTC on January 8, 2019, and was reverted at 4:30:00 UTC on January 9, 2019." >>

FIX:

https://wccftech.com/fix-windows-7-acti ... xc004f200/


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