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  1. bongorob

    bongorob Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know if the file in the System32 folder (windows 7) called slui is the same file as slui.exe?

    I need to stop the Windows not a legal copy message appearing at start up, and it seems that I need to delete the slui.exe file. If I h
    ave an illegal copy, then I was sold one by the retailer as I've had this message on and off for 3 years.
     
  2. driftaguy

    driftaguy Well-Known Member

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    Maybe you need to activate Windows?
     
  3. bongorob

    bongorob Well-Known Member

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    Windows was activated in 2011 when I got the PC. Sometime last night a screen came up asking me to input my activation code. I did so, and everything is working now. Must have been a virus of some kind.