This copy of Windows is not genuine is one of the most common errors in Windows 7 or Windows 10 operating system.
You can try to fix the error by uninstalling update KB971033, using the RSOP command and other useful approaches.
"After the Windows 7 build 7601 update, my computer's desktop wallpaper suddenly turns black with program icons still visible. At the same time, an error message displays as this copy of Windows is not genuine. I restart the computer, and nothing's changed but for a dark black background. How do I remove this copy of Windows is not genuine error permanently and make my computer work properly?" Why does "Windows 7 build 7601 this copy of Windows is not genuine" arise? Your Windows 7 OS is not genuine; you probably encounter the error about one month later since you installed the Windows genuine crack. You did not activate your Windows license after the trial period. The Windows operating system’s license that you are using is expired or blocked.
Though This copy of Windows is not genuine message keeps showing up when you're at work, and it's annoying; there are some effective ways to remove the problem and the black background trouble that it came with.
Here is how you can do to resolve Windows is not genuine issue. There are several ways you can try to fix the Windows is no genuine error whether or not you are using a legitimate version of Windows 7 or Windows 10. But NOTE that these methods won't help convert a pirate copy of Windows to a genuine one.
So, to use all features of Windows 7, you have to buy a genuine piece and use a verified activation code. Windows 7 KB971033 update includes Windows Activation Technologies and an updated file that helps detect whether Windows is genuine.
If Windows 7 hasn't been activated properly, you may receive a message on the lower right part of the desktop stating, "Windows 7 build 7601 this copy of Windows is not genuine". Hence, you can choose to delete this update to remove Windows 7 genuine notification build 7601/7600.
Caution: This method tends to be a little risky. Uninstalling update files might result in a malfunction of other program files or unexpected data loss on the computer. To make the procedure safe, you'd better use EaseUS backup software to back up the computer before erasing the update file. Click the "Select backup contents" button to start backup. There are four data backup categories, File, Disk, OS, and Mail, click File. Both local and network files will be listed on the left. You can expand the directory to select the files to be backed up.
Follow the on-screen guide, select the destination where you want to save the backup.
Click "Options" to encrypt the backup with password in "Backup Options", set the backup schedule and choose to start back up at certain event in "Backup Scheme". There are also many other options you can explore, customize the backup task according to your need. You can store the backup to local drive, EaseUS's cloud service, and NAS. EaseUS Todo Backup enables users to back up data to both third-party cloud drive and its own cloud drive. If you want to back up data to third-party cloud drive, choose Local Drive, scroll down to add Cloud Device, add and login your account. You can also choose EaseUS's own cloud drive. Click EaseUS Cloud, sign up with your EaseUS Account and log in. Click "Backup Now" to start backup. After the backup task is completed, it will be displayed in the form of a card on the left side of the panel. Right-click the backup task to further manage it. You may also want to read:. The step-by-step guide to delete update KB971033. Go to "Start" > open "Control Panel". Open "Programs and Features". Click on "View installed updates". After loading all installed updates, check for update "KB971033" and uninstall. Restart your PC.
You can your computer's licensing status of your computer so that you won't see the "this copy of Windows is not genuine 7601/7600" message on your desktop.
To do so, you need to use the SLMGR -REARM Command. SLMGR stands for Windows Server License Manager Script that manages the license of your computer.
REARM command will reset the licensing status of the machine in both Windows 32-bit and 64-bit and all versions of the Windows operating system. Click on the start menu and type cmd in the search field. Right-click on the cmd and click on Run as Administrator. It must run the command prompt with administrator privileges. Type SLMGR -REARM and press Enter. Now you will see a confirmation window; click on "OK". Restart your PC, and you will find that the "This copy of Windows is not genuine" message no longer occurs. If the Windows is not genuine message is still there, you can repeat try slmgr /rearm in the command prompt. If an error message saying that "This maximum allowed number of rearms has been exceeded" when you run the SLMGR -REARM command, you can fix the issue in the following way:.
Open the Run window by hitting Win + R keys. Input regedit.exe and press Enter to open Registry Editor. Go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > Microsoft > WindowsNT > Current version". Expand the Current version, find and click on the SoftwareProtectionPlatform. Find SkipRearm and right-click it to choose Modify.
Change the value from 0 to 1 and click on OK. Exit the Registry Editor and restart your computer. The Windows not genuine should be solved this time.
Sometimes, your computer policy may not be configured correctly and may therefore run with an error message.
You might fix the Windows is not genuine error by reconfiguring the Plug and Play Group Policy object with the RSOP command. RSOP stands for Resultant Set of Policy Window. Press Windows + R button to start the Run tool. Type rsop.msc and press the Enter button. Go to "Windows settings" > "security system" > "system services", then look for the "Plug and play services". Right-click on it and choose "Properties".