TThis is an experimental script designed to test the security resistance of various software protections built in to the Windows 7 operating system, and is intended for educational purposes only. The current version (0.7) is not intended for use on other operating systems, and should never be executed on an operating system that is intended for continual use. If you want to use Windows 7 continually, you are required to purchase it. Some users have reported that Windows software protections react effectively to attempts at system file changes, resulting in an immediate reduction of normal features, along with notices of non-genuine status (notification mode). Other testers have reported that some or all of the following were deactivated, disabled, removed, or modified:
• Multi-User Windows USER API Client
• My System CPL Resources
• Windows Shell Common DLL
• Notepad Genuine Check
• Calculator Genuine Check
• MS-Paint Genuine Check
• Version Reporter Applet
• Windows Activation Client Core
• Software Licensing UI API
• Software Licensing Management Tool
• Digital Licenses Enforcement
• Windows Activation Schedule
• Windows Activation Interval
• Windows Activation Notice
• Software Protection Plugins
• Windows Send Feedback Tool
1. Set to “Never notify” and click OK. If UAC pops up, allow the change as Administrator. Then restart your computer, even if you are not prompted to do so.
2. Write down the expiration or grace period information, perhaps on a sticky note. If slmgr.vbs is not working, try “winver.exe” instead to get this information.
3. You are encouraged to upload “Chew-WGA.exe” and “Chew-WGA (debug).exe” to http://www.virustotal.com and verify that the malware status, and that the MD5, SHA1, and SHA256 cryptology hashes match those listed at the top of this document. You may also unpack these files and upload the contents to VirusTotal for additional security. Also, please note the false positives list on the next page before accusing Chew-WGA of containing malicious code.
4. If you have any software or settings information on the target system partition that you’d like to backup for safe-keeping, please do so before continuing.
5. Execute “Chew-WGA.exe” to run the tool in normal mode, or “Chew-WGA (debug).exe” to run in debug mode. Either application will produce the same results.
6. At the password prompt, type the following code and click OK:
7. It may take several minutes for Chew-WGA to conclude its tasks; please do not interrupt it. When all the processes are complete, the results will be saved to a file on your desktop. If you are running in normal mode, you will also see the results on the screen. You must restart your computer to apply the changes.
Chew-WGA may not be compatible with Starter or Home versions of Windows 7.
Password & Instruction is in the PDF file.
Hope this will help the most Dell & HP users that having trouble activating Windows 7. On Dell D5150, no activator except this thats help me to activated Windows 7 Ultimate.
Tested by me on Dell D5150. Enjoy!!
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