Sonntag, 10. Juni 2012 17:42
I'm writing to you from Germany. So excuse any mistakes and the usage of may be not the right terms for this computery stuff (my windows is in german). :)
I bought my Lenovo Think Pad SL510 with an already installed Windows 7 (64-Bit). After around one year there suddenly was a problem when the sytem tried to install a Windows update. (I think, but it could be imagination, that it happened after I had allowed some Java thing to install an update.) And since then a little window pops up now and then to warn me, that I may have a fake windows version. But I don't - since it was already installed. (I'm not sure, but I think I registered the windows 7 version after I had bought the Laptop.)
So, I tried everything: Problem solving things in windows and the lenovo thinkVantage thing. I also tried to just activate the product key again but it didn't work. Btw there is no information of state or Product ID in the system control. When I try to install an update manually it can't find new updates and says: error code 80070241.
I looked for answers in various fora but never found my exact problem - only this problem after downloading to upgrade...
So: I don't have a registry cleaner installed. I only have avira antivirus and it can't update anymore(!) because it says I have "a fake windows" (or unregistered one).Therefor I tried to burn that recovery-CD from lenovo. But it would only burn a boot-disk, when burning the recovery-disks there was a problem while burning the third disk (overworked drive - no solution available). I couldn't finish it so I put that recovery thing on my external drive and tried to just install the windows 7 new (out of the system control). But it couldn't find the recovery disk on my external drive. Now i can't really do anything anymore to fix this problem. And I don't really want to use this laptop without an up to date antivirus software, you know.
So, I tried to write anything important so that someone can help me, please. Please! I'm not a nerd but am not afraid of working with the computer either. So if you write instructions for "dummies" I'm sure I can follow it.
Thank you so much! Nele
Montag, 11. Juni 2012 06:32
1. Are there any more errors and warnings in Event logs and WindowsUpdate.logs?
2. Download and run http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=20858
3. Look for suspicious services in Autoruns (Sysintermals)
4. Check the consistency of operating system sfc /scannow (command prompt with elevated rights= Run as Administrator)
5. If you use any antivirus program, could you remove it and after test reinstall new copy? (Some older version make troubles. User program removal tool from av program vendor.)
6. Never ever use various third party cleaner tools, unless you are pretty sure what the program does and the possible consequencies. (Backup your system in any case)
7. For specific problems to your computer, namely those differences in backup, partition recovery, restore,etc consult vendors support /forum.
- Bearbeitet Milos PuchtaMicrosoft Community Contributor Montag, 11. Juni 2012 06:39
Dienstag, 12. Juni 2012 08:32Moderator
Regarding the not genuine message, I suggest try the following steps to test the issue.
1: Test the issue in Clean Boot.
After that, please restart the computer and validate the system again to check if the issue still persists.
2: Run the MGA Diagnostic Tool to troubleshoot this issue
1. Please open Internet Explorer and visit the following link to download the MGA Diagnostic Tool: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=52012
2. Save the "MGADiag.exe" file to the "Desktop", and then double click on the file to run the tool.
3. Click the “Continue” button.
4. Under the “Windows” tab, click the "Resolve" button if it is highlighted.
5. Restart the computer and visit the following website to validate Windows again. http://www.microsoft.com/genuine/default.aspx?displaylang=en
However, if an error is still encountered when validating Windows, please capture a screenshot for further research:
1. When the error appears, please press the "Print Screen" key (PrtScn) on your keyboard.
2. Click the "Start" Button, point to "All Programs", point to "Accessories" and then click "Paint".
3. In the Paint program, click the "Edit" menu, click "Paste", click the "File" menu, and click "Save", the "Save As" dialogue box will appear.
Type a file name in the "File name:" box, for example: screenshot1.
Note: Make sure "JPEG (*.JPG;*.JPEG;*.JPE;*.JFIF)" is selected in the "Save as type" box. Save the screenshot file to your "Desktop".
4. Please return to the "Desktop" and find the screenshot file we have saved and upload it.
In order to provide more effective suggestions, please also assist me in collecting the following information.
WGA Diagnostic Result
1. Please locate the "MGADiag.exe" file we downloaded to the "Desktop" earlier
2. Double click on the file to run the tool.
3. Click the “Continue” button.
4. Under the “Windows” tab, click the "Copy" button.
5. Open an email, and paste (when editing the email, press Ctrl + V) the information collected by the tool. 6. Please upload it
You can refer to the following link to upload the information:
Additionally, you may contact our Windows Genuine Advantage support via the following link, which is free of charge:
Hope this helps
TechNet Community Support
- Als Antwort markiert Leo HuangMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator Montag, 25. Juni 2012 09:34