There is absolutely no need for a WGA/Activation bypass when using Windows XP Professional Corporate. Simply [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] to what you may find by searching Google for 'XP student key'.
This has been working for a considerable time now and passes validation every time.
Many thanks for this
It works a treat
NorthernBloke, I PM you re xp activation and stuff
A little help needed please???
I've got a windows xp machine that is now asking for activation after a good time of use, is this down to automatic updates?
It gets to the welcome activate windows screen, is there anyway round this other than a windows reinstall and a wga crack?
@flukesy: Can you get it into safe mode using the advanced boot menu after the BIOS? Sounds like you need to run a WPA crack though, not WGA.
Yes you can run WPA & WGA in safe mode if you can get in.
What version of XP is it?
Edit: You're not running AVG by any chance are you?
Last edited by Futur1sm; 31st December 2008 at 02:38 PM.
Pro possibly SP2 or 3 can I run it from a cd?
Could you possibly share the crack?
This should be the one you need. Just unzip it, read the readme and it should run in safe mode no bother. You'll be wanting the X86 one most likely. Watch out for AVG though if you have it, rumour is it's detecting the DLL as potentially bad - same as a recent WGA dll.
edit: How clumsy can I get?
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Last edited by Futur1sm; 31st December 2008 at 02:56 PM.
AVG is finding infection in antiwpa.dll???
Yeah HackTool.GEC is generally what most people find. It's just a false positive probably AVG were paid off to put it in or something.
I've scanned it with NOD32 here and it's clean. It's this reason I don't use AVG anymore, false positives are a nightmare!
Here, check this for more info from other scanners:
There's a topic on this at the AntiWPA forums: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
Nice one - how do I add an exception for AVG?
If it pops up on AVG8 you should get a box like this:
Personally, I'd say ditch AVG and get yourself NOD32. There's always free Usernames/Passwords floating about if you don't want to pay for it to.
Good man Cheers!
I'm still getting windows may be at risk warning in my tray.
Is it the windows genuine advantage crap and how do i get rid of it? I've ran Anti-WPA but can't find a WGA crack.