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WGA is gone

There are so many searches for WGA Logon. I am not the expert in this area, hacker.
I just found a way to go around the WGA logon.
Yesterday I reviewed the Awstats (Advanced Web Statistics 6.5) statistics there is still a lot of visitors from everwhere, just for this solution.
The terms, “remove wga”, “how to remove wga”, or some other terms with this two words, always on top of the list of Search Keyphrases and Search Keywords lists.
That means some people still have this problem.

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WGA provides more traffic

New WGA notifications gave me a two or three hours problem, when I start my computer and looked the notification balloom. I searched the web by Google or Yahoo, and got little answer in April 25, 2006. I don’t think a lot of people update their Windows XP with the new WGA. I have to fixed it by my way. It works.
Pleaase refer to my post: Remove WGA Notifications
This week, I found the traffic was double from May 7. A lot of visitors come here because of WGA. They googled the “wga notifications”, “remove wga logon”, “uninstalling WGA Notifications”, “Xp validation failure removal”, or some terms related WGA.

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Remove WGA Notifications

Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) is used for months. It never bothered users even you use a pirate windows xp.
Microsoft decided to make the persons, who using pirate copy or not, crazy and test the capacity of telephone support in April 2006.
If the windows is not genuine copy, the following WGA notifications will display as below:
Logon Screen banner text in the right low corner.
WGA-Validation

Logon notification
Copy-of-WGA-Validation

After you log on to a non-genuine copy of Windows XP, you receive a balloon notification message in the notification area that is specific to the validation failure. You can click the balloon notification or the notification area icon to open the Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Failure Web page.

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