When you have upgraded or changed hard on your windows XP computer or maybe it has suffered a crash the next time you restart it you may well be faced with a message that says windows XP is not XP identified. To fix this error can be difficult and sometimes even calling Microsoft will not likely resolve it.
What can you do to fix this error and not having to reinstall your operating system and losing everything?
Here is what you should do to fix this error.
#1 Make sure your computer is connected to the internet before you start.
#2 Restart your computer in safe method. To do this when your computer starts up press the F8 key element when your computer starts and before the windows start up monitor appears. Select safe mode with networking from the food list screen.
#3 Log in as the administrator account in harmless mode. This will temporarily allow you to log into windows without the account activator screen appearing so you can activate windows properly.
#4 Once you are in windows enable any hardware you have previously disabled along with any settings you have changed before the windows XP activation fault occurred.
#5 Once you have checked all the hardware is getting work done in safe mode and that any settings have previously also been changed are put back to how they were before restart your computer. Once you have done this restart your computer in typical mode and again login with the administrator account.
#6 Once you have logged in you will see the activation screen once again. Select yes at the activation screen and then minimize this kind of screen to enter windows. Press the windows and You keys together. You will then see the utility manager open about the screen. In the utility manager select the internet connection.
Once you have your internet connection open download a system scanner. This will scan the training and the registry for setting that have been altered and will appropriate them.
#7 Once any issues are fixed. The principle ones are usually network issues, you can restart your computer once more.
#8 Restart your computer and log into the administrator bank account again and then activate windows with your activation key yet again. The windows XP activation error will now be solved plus your computer will run normally. This will only work when you have a genuine version of windows XP and a genuine activation main for your computer.
If you run this and you still have troubles or your computer is reporting errors it could be that malware possesses altered enough system files for the windows activation for you to kick in. If this happens ensure you run a full scan with the technique scanner which will also find and detect malware which will cause this problem.