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Validation allows or stops you getting certain update patches and software like Window Media Player or Security Essentials.
Notification is actually a voluntary patch you can opt out of, but once on, is the more intrusive because it affects the system while booting and on the desktop if the install is not deemed to be genuine.
This is a guide to fixing the erroneous message that sometimes appears on installations of Windows XP where the display background is forced to black and a pop-up message states that “This copy of Windows XP did not pass genuine validation.” The Microsoft page referring to the display is at but this does not provide a simple fix where the message is displayed in error.
It is worth mentioning if you’ve re-installed XP lately and downloaded WGA in a recent update then a simple System Restore and delete them, just in case.
If you’ve got an old PC that doesn’t need the bells, whistles and expensive licence that comes with Windows 7 then XP is still a viable alternative.
In this guide I will show you how to remove the WGA notifications should you want to, after which you’ll not be able to download non-critical updates but will still receive the critical fixes that really matter.
If you bought Windows XP and have been unlucky enough to fail the validation (which isn’t uncommon) then you might just want to remove it altogether.
If you’re a raging software pirate then I’m going to have a tougher job convincing you to keep it.