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Hey H/A (again; I hate having two threads on 1 page. Sorry!)
I bought my laptop in September and got it upgraded to Windows 7 when the CD came in November. In December something happened and it became buggy so I took it to the Geek Squad and I had it back by January. I've been using it and all of a sudden today it tells me my copy of Windows isn't genuine. That I can use a program on the Microsoft site to repair what is causing Windows to say its not genuine and to validate it.
Is this a scam/virus? The web address says its from the Microsoft website but I didn't want to fuck with anything and end up without a laptop again (especially during finals).