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    Why is that Windows 7 64 bit OS showing problem after changing the processor from Core 2 Duo to Quad core?

    Few days back I upgraded my Windows 7 64 bit PC from Core 2 Duo to Quad core and right after that I am seeing some glitches in the Windows 7 OS. Can you tell me why this is happening? Sometimes a error message will pop-up saying you have a “forged copy” and I tried restarting and so on but no help. Is there anyone facing these type of issues? How to fix it?



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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Why is that Windows 7 64 bit OS showing problem after changing the processor from Core 2 Duo to Quad core?

    Hi,
    The message you are receiving on your computer screen is a matter of real concern.
    Do you own a genuine copy of the Windows 7 with you? If not then possibly the fooling period is over.
    What happens the pirated softwares are created by the pirates by deletinf a few files and a number of query lines from the original software which helps the pirated software buyers by not asking a number of validation queries which are absolute necessity in case of the original ones. But when the problem comes for registering or if any level of checking happens those pirated softwares are always fails, as they dont have those important files or relevant dataes with them to answer.
    So if you dont have a valid copy ttry to purchase one with a genuine registration number.
    But if you are having a genuine one then easiest of all, backup all important documents and format the drive and install afresh windows 7.
    Thank you.

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    jrkk Array
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    Re: Why is that Windows 7 64 bit OS showing problem after changing the processor from Core 2 Duo to Quad core?

    Dear friend .,

    You are upgraded you operating system decision is good. But you recognize on thing Think about windows 7 Operating system requirements for installation Windows.
    Now these are the Windows 7 requirements for installation operating system.

    Windows 7 Requirements are:

    Process : x86 or x64 family chipset.
    1 ghz or above speed of the processor.
    HDD : 16 gb or above.
    RAM : 2gb or above.
    Driect X : directx 9.0 or above.
    WDDI : 1.0

    If you are change the Windows earlier operating system into Windows 64-bit operating system.
    once check installation before is it support you configuration for windows 7 64-bit operating system or not.

    if it was return a not genuine version message was return. so you need install a validate operating system copy.
    Now follow these suggestion . when installation and also after installation.
    1. If you have DNS cable in your system . Please remove and then install the operating system.
    2. in the installation process don't install the updates.
    3. after the installation don't install the updates.
    4. keep turn off the windows updates.
    You need to follow steps because your operating system not genuine copy of operating system .

    Thanks

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    adityamahan Array
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    Re: Why is that Windows 7 64 bit OS showing problem after changing the processor from Core 2 Duo to Quad core?

    The possible problems you might be victim of are

    1.you have 64 bit operating system installed however your new processor is a 32 bit
    2.the earlier version of windows was installed with your earlier processor and thus it is having some problems with your new configuration

    Solution you may apply

    Both the problems have one solution format your current installation and get known which whether your new processor is 32 bit or 64 bit
    Install a fresh copy of windows according to artitecture of your processor

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