Validating my windows xp pro online
Boot normally and once Windows is back click Restart your PC and if all has gone well, your WGA notifications shouldn’t be visible. Navigate to your Windows\System32 folder and at the top of the window click so that you can see all of the offending items.Next you’re going to need to locate all WGA-related files within your \Windows\System32 and \Windows\System32\dllcache folders. Run a search for Wga*.*, and delete any WGA related results you find in these folders including Wga Tray.exe, Wga and Wga
Although it’s designed as an anti piracy measure, all too often WGA causes problems for legitimate users telling them their copy of Windows XP isn’t legal and they should go and buy a full copy to make their system a “genuine” one.If you are not going to connect to the internet then I would not think you would need security updates.If you are going to connect to the internet which I do not advise and the above does not get you updates then another way around this is to install Qihoo 360 Total Security. It will only take a short time before you are offered a ton of updates. If you do not like Qihoo then uninstall after the patch download and install. I installed IE8 and the update, and also the latest update agent, but same result.Restart your PC once you’ve done, and your copy of Windows should be “genuine” again.If you’re having trouble then there are a number of third-party tools that will attempt to do this for you.