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Is this a typo?

Question: Is this a typo?

the help infomation about bitlocker on windows 7 ultimate, i found this while reading through it, correct me if im wrong but its meant to be you right?

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Preferred Solution: Is this a typo?

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Answer: Is this a typo?

Quote: Originally Posted by F1FAN


the help infomation about bitlocker on windows 7 ultimate, i found this while reading through it, correct me if im wrong but its meant to be you right?


You have found one

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Question: typo

For my typo read "explanatory". What am I up to?

Answer:typo

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Question: Typo error

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Question: Password Typo

I only have 1 password for all my docs but I have 4 of them which I can't open. Propably a typo when I saved these docs.

They are in OpenOffice writer format

Anyway for a back door?

Thanks
 

Answer:Password Typo

Please refer to the forum rules. We cannot assisst with password issues so I have to close this thread.

Passwords - Please do not ask for assistance with forgotten passwords and/or bypassing them. As there is no way to verify the actual situation and/or intentions, no assistance will be provided and any such threads will be closed.
 

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Okay helping a friend via long distance phone calls and the random email. This is the only info I have, if someone could shed some light on this and help, we both would appreciate it. Here is the email she was able to send:

"Still messing with that damn trojan. AVG sees it and asks the usual, delete, heal, or move to vault. No matter how many times I choose delete, or heal or even move, it comes back again and again. This is what was causing my IE to try and dial out (at least, that's what I get from looking online for info on this damned thing) and share my info with the hacker. Avast does not seem to see...this file. It is saving itself (and apparently restoring itself) in my Windows folder as a dll file. prntsvr.dll to be exact.

The name AVG gives is PSW.Dumarin.C. The last thing I tried was to turn my
system restore off, delete the file and re-start... but guess what? lol, Yep, it is still there. *sigh* Why do people have to make these things???"

------------end of message--------------
Looking around for info I found only ONE place (so far) that had any info about it, and that is assuming she misspelled the name of the thing...

Name: [email protected]
Aliases: W32.Dumaru.B/C | [email protected] | W32/Dumaru-B

I think she mis-spelled the name, because Google found nothing about her original file name..

I found info here: http://www.bitdefender.com/bd/site/virusinfo.php?menu_id=1&v_id=160

And a free removal tool here, which I've... Read more

Answer:PSW.Dumarin.C (possible typo)

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I mistyped a url earlier (I believe i typed 'radiosahck' instead of radioshack) and was redirected to a strange website (something about internet surveys I believe) I closed it right away and did a quick scan with malwarebytes to make sure nothing was wrong, and it came up empty. I'm probably being a bit paranoid here, but is this anything to really worry about?

Answer:Odd URL typo redirect...

Redirects can be something to worry about, as you have no idea what content is being hosted on the re-direct. Most popular anti virus programs, have real-time scanning, where it's constantly scanning your computer, and as soon as you're redirected to a bad website, it will block any content that's harmful to your computer. I use Eset and it does this.

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A few people have commented on the typing / grammar used in the forum, just for a bit of fun I thought you might like to read this:Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at an Elingsh uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in > > waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is taht > > frist and lsat ltteer is at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a toatl mses > > and you can sitll raed it wouthit porbelm. Tihs is bcuseae we do not raed > > ervey lteter by it slef but the wrod as a wlohe

Answer:On the subject of typo's

looks normal to me:-)

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Question: Microsoft Typo

Microsoft made a typo in their WinSAT application, How can we let them know about it?

Answer:Microsoft Typo

Hi Steven,

You can try contacting them by following the link below. Whether or not you will get a response I cannot say. I have managed to locate the error in the 'WinSAT.exe' file (notice the space between the letters), and you can edit it to replace the erroneous 'o' with an 'i', however by doing so you will probably cause it to fail an SFC scan. In my opinion, it is such a minor error that it is probably best left ignored.
Dwarf




https://support.microsoft.com/contac...&WS=aufeedback

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Question: typo on home page

The current Maxthon is 3.1.4.1000
You have 3.1.3.xxxx
just ab fyi. the download is right 314. just not the home page listing.:wave
 

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I was trying out a freeware security suite and i encountered this typo that might make you laugh or not
 

Answer:security suite typo

Looks like an application I would have been involved with judging by the typo! dependant on where the app was developed it depends on the native language and who translated it possibily as I noticed many strange word in manuals translated to engwish over the years.

BTW what is the app you trying "swift"???
 

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Is there any way I can report this?

This is just my first post and I'm tryna help out a bit

Answer:I just found a typo in Windows 10 TP

skippr said:

Is there any way I can report this?

This is just my first post and I'm tryna help out a bit



Hey skippr, welcome to TenForums!
Try the Feedback App.
What'd ya find?

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Hello everyone,

I am experiencing the red typo lines when there are no typos. This happens on occasion when I'm typing emails and posting or responding to forums. It seems to occur when there is an actually typo and I correct the error. After that the entire post/email from that point on will have the red typo lines.

For example it is happening now... I'll try to post a pic for a better understanding.

Has anyone experience this as well and most importantly does anyone know of a solutions to this?

My unit is new and I have yet to DL Office 365 so I don't have Word. Not sure if that will matter.

Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks

Answer:Red typo lines when no typos

Language settings?

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OneDrive has over 7x that amount buy giving everyone that uses it 15GB.

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Question: Typo in Event 8003

Apparently, this bug (typo) was not fixed for several years!!! Still it read "bowser" instead of "browser". I see this in 64-bit Windows 7/Computer Management/Event Viewer/Windows Logs/SystemLevel "Error", Source "bowser", General "Log Name:      SystemSource:        bowserDate:          3/11/2010 2:07:25 PMEvent ID:      8003Task Category: NoneLevel:         ErrorKeywords:      ClassicUser:          N/AComputer:      NORMAN-CPDescription:The master browser has received a server announcement from the computer MEDIACENTER that believes that it is the master browser for the domain on transport NetBT_Tcpip_{7D3A7E95-23A7-42BA-B071-81703C4348F5}. The master browser is stopping or an election is being forced.Event Xml:<Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">  <System>    <Provider Name="bowser" />    <EventID Qualifiers="49152">8003</EventID>    <Level>2</Level>    <Task>0</Task>    <Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>    <TimeCreated SystemTime="2010-... Read more

Answer:Typo in Event 8003

Hi,I think the following website explains the story:http://blogs.msdn.com/larryosterman/archive/2006/03/14/551368.aspx

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So I was browsing around in Windows Defender (Windows Settings > Update & Security > Windows Defender > Open Windows Defender Security Center > Virus & threat protection > Virus & threat protection settings, then scroll down to Controlled folder access.)

The sentence "Protect your files and folders from unauthorized changed by unfriendly applications" has a typo in it.
(Refer to the attached picture)

Either:
? The word "changed" has a typo in it and should be the word "changes" (with an 's' instead of a 'd'), or
? There is at least one missing word in between the words "unauthorized" & "changed"
Somebody should inform Microsoft about this typo.

But Also: I noticed that this is a new option, since the last time I was browsing around in there. What does this option exactly do? It was originally off, but I turned it On. Yet I must say that I have seen a few messages pop up in the right corner of the screen, stating that Windows Defender blocked some programs from making changes. One of them showed explorer.exe from modifying the Favorites folder without me doing anything with Favorites. Exactly what does this option do? Is it kind of like some sort of strict "Firewall"? Because if so, then I like that.

Answer:HAH, I Found A Typo In Windows!

Originally Posted by pepanee


The sentence "Protect your files and folders from unauthorized changed by unfriendly applications" has a typo in it. ...



Mine says 'unauthorised' (but then it should in the UK) - still has the typo though






But Also: I noticed that this is a new option, since the last time I was browsing around in there. What does this option exactly do?



Blocks access to your files and documents by unknown apps (malware/ransomware). It's off by default because not all 'good' apps are in it's 'trusted' list. It takes a bit of fiddling to get all your apps to work after you turn it on.

Change Windows Defender Controlled Folder Access Settings - Windows 10

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Hi can someone please help clear up my concerns because I accidentally interned the wrong DNS address on my new router.
After entering this typo I almost immediately that my connection was unstable especially on Linux and yesterday evening when I logged back into my router the DNS settings were set to there defaults. But I was able to surf the web kinda in Windows though it timed out often and certain webpages wouldn't even open, and now when ever I enter the correct DNS settings it disconnects from the internet.  
 
Here's what I entered
 
222.67.222.222
220.67.220.220
 
Instead of
 
208.67.222.222
208.67.220.220
 
I'm really feeling uneasy and stressed about this, any advice?
 
 
 
Why does stuff like this happen whenever your in poor health or any other of life's trials and complications?

Answer:Open DNS typo on router

Two things you might check:
 
1. In Windows, do your Network Properties have a DNS Server entry(s) that point(s) to your router (probably 192.168.1.1 or close) or do they point to the published OpenDNS IP addresses? Easy check: From an Elevated Command Prompt: ipconfig /all
 
2. After you corrected the DNS router entries, did you have the router do a cold reboot?
 
I believe you shouldn't overly stress yourself over this if you didn't make any financial transactions. But new passwords could be needed.

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NAME: Googkle
ALIAS: Googkle.com

Summary


F-Secure staff has found a malicious website that utilizes a spelling error when typing the name of the popular search engine - 'Google.com'. If a user opens a malicious website, his/her computer gets hijacked - a lot of different malware gets automatically downloaded and installed: trojan droppers, trojan downloaders, backdoors, a proxy trojan and a spying trojan. Also a few adware-related files are installed.

The name of the malicious website is 'Googkle.com'. PLEASE DO NOT GO TO THIS WEBSITE! Otherwise your computer will get infected! We have reported the case to the authorities.

Detailed Description


Our investigation revealed that the whole infection starts from the 'googkle.com' website. This website, as well as a few related websites are owned by people with Russian names. Also several malicious files that are downloaded from these websites have Russian texts.

When the 'googkle.com' is opened in a browser, it shows 2 popup windows that are linked to the following websites:


www ntsearch.com
toolbarpartner.com

The 'ntsearch.com' website downloads and runs the 'pop.chm' file and the 'toolbarpartner.com' website downloads and runs the 'ddfs.chm' file. Both files are downloaded using exploits and they contain exploits themselves to run embedded executable files. One of the webpages of the 'toolbarpartner.com... Read more

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for your information:

Spyware authors and phishing fraudsters yanked an old scam out of the playbook Wednesday by directing malicious code at Internet users who may be prone to typing or spelling deficiencies, according to security researchers.

Finnish security firm F-Secure said they discovered an attack aimed at Web surfers attempting to land on Google's (Quote, Chart) homepage, but who may have mistyped the Web address.

Internet users who punch in "Googkle.com" are treated to a host malicious code, as the computer gets slammed with a heap of the unwanted software that is automatically downloaded and installed. The malware includes: Trojan droppers, Trojan downloaders, backdoors, a proxy Trojan and a spying Trojan. A few adware-related files are also installed, the firm said.

Google Typo Crashes Systems
 

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Hi... I wasn't exactly sure where to post this, I'm posting it both here and in the linux forum

I accidentally made an ext2 filesystem (mke2fs) on top of my pre-existing Windows XP partition (accidentally typed /dev/sdb1 instead of /dev/sda1)... so now it won't boot, and I can't seem to mount it on any OS. Anyone have any ideas on how data on it could be recovered, or if there's any way to get it working again as-is?

Answer:ext2 + typo = dead WinXP

Pull the drive and put it into an External USB Enclosure/Adpater. Mount it on a working computer and copy the files you want.

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I have a Dell XS 15z Laptop
I am getting a windows 10 Recovery Message ( your PC couldn't start correctly )
I am attemting to create and use a recovery USB using the link below.
https://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/sln298442/how-to-create-and-use-the-dell-recovery--restore-usb-drive?lang=en
Everything seems to work except I don't have the "Secure Boot" option in my Bios.
Anytime I try to boot the USB I get the message:
Operation System not found

Please advise.

Answer:Operation System Not Found ( not a typo )

Are you creating the recovery USB on a different PC?
I hope so.

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I installed Adobe 8 and now all of my Desktop icons have the Adobe logo and will only open up Adobe, not my usual shortcuts, like word, excel, games etc...I tried uninstalling Adobe, which fixed the problem, but when I re-installed it came back again. I don't knw how to fix this...I'm new to all this! I'm running windows vista Help!
 

Answer:Adobe error {fixed typo}

I'm not sure why that is happening but you can try and fix the icons by right clicking on the programs that are displaying the incorrect icons, select properties>change Icon and find the correct one
 

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I'm just setting up a new computer, and not used to the keyboard. When I was installing the operating system I was asked for a User name. Before I had a chance to do anything it had accepted the name GREU and moved on to the next step. No back button! Bloody i7's, so fast!

I've tried doing a search in regedit for GREU, changed it in one place, but its still showing up all over. Is there a complete fix to this or should I resign myself to being known as Greu for the next few years?
 

Answer:Typo when entering user name - I'm now Greu!

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Hi,

I am having a problem when i misspell URLs.

When i type things like google.con instead of .com, i am redirected to a host of different search sites, including searchathand.com, and daplaces.com. I am pretty sure i must be infected with something, but i have ran several online and offline spyware and malware scanners and nothing seems to find a problem.

I am running Firefox version 1.5.0.6, but the problem also occurs in IE as well.

Advise please!

Cheers

Joel

Edit: I seem to have found what i think is the culprit for this...but this leads to another problem.

There is a HJT entry stating
O17 - HKLM\System\CCS\Services\Tcpip\..\{A2EA3617-0DD4-4C7B-89EC-1F1FB24D96E1}: NameServer = 85.255.114.7 85.255.112.174

I have removed this on a couple of occasions and it only returns a few minutes later.

Help please!!!
 

Answer:Solved: Typo browser hijacks

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Purchased a new laptop and skipped making the MS email but created a password for my account.When I booted up my pc later on I was greeted with an incorrect password message. I must have made a typo in the pw set up because it does not work.I also didnt create a recovery disk because I had literally only used it for 30 mins before turning it off and this problem was the last thing I ever expected to happen.There is only one account and it's the one that is locked. A to rendered a $600 purchase obsolete until I can fix it.All help is appreciated.

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My correct email address is logged with my Microsoft account, but typo is showing on my windows phone Microsoft account under email+accounts, message says attention required.  Click on message tried to correct using 'fix it here' then get message
There's a temporary problem, getting this message for 2 days now.  Help

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Just got a news system built and am getting a CTL.dll error whenever I turn on my HDMI display ...not sure what is doing it.... I have attached the dump file as a zip..help is greatly appreciated.

Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate retail
All new hardware
OS build Service Pack 1 less than a month

I have attached my dump file and the system file checker results and any help is appreciatted... one thing to note is the system file checker results I get a
Could not reproject corrupted file [ml:60{30},l:58{29}]"\??\C:\Windows\SysWOW64\en-US"\[l:28{14}]"iassdo.dll.mui"; source file in store is also corrupted


Thank you for your help

Answer:TYPO I meant CTL.DLL ERROR BSOD

  
Quote: Originally Posted by etanas


Just got a news system built and am getting a CTL.dll error whenever I turn on my HDMI display ...not sure what is doing it.... I have attached the dump file as a zip..help is greatly appreciated.

Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate retail
All new hardware
OS build Service Pack 1 less than a month

I have attached my dump file and the system file checker results and any help is appreciatted... one thing to note is the system file checker results I get a
Could not reproject corrupted file [ml:60{30},l:58{29}]"\??\C:\Windows\SysWOW64\en-US"\[l:28{14}]"iassdo.dll.mui"; source file in store is also corrupted


Thank you for your help


Memory corruption caused by an unknown driver. Please run memtest and driver verifier.

Download a copy of Memtest86 and burn the ISO to a CD using Iso Recorder or another ISO burning program.

Boot from the CD, and leave it running for at least 5 or 6 passes.

Just remember, any time Memtest reports errors, it can be either bad RAM or a bad motherboard slot.

Test the sticks individually, and if you find a good one, test it in all slots.





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I'd suggest that you first backup your stuff and then make sure you've got access to another computer so you can contact us if problems arise. Then make a System Restore point (so you can restore the system using the Vista/Win7 Startup Repair feature).

In Windows 7 you can make a Startup ... Read more

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I think this is a virus behavior. Recently whenever I type in microsoft waord or notepad or fill up webforms in IE, the cursor jumps anywhere in the previous sentences, or highlights the last some letters somewhere and the entire type goes haywaire. Now Also this is getting typed anywhere and I have to delete, retype. very painful. I have Norton antivirus 2005, zerospyware (after reading the latest article in your mag only), adware, spybot and zone alarm, all fully updated. and none have been able to pick up a virus/spyware after a thorough system scan. I am going crazy typing, especially when i am prescribing medicines to my patients. I don't want to reload windows and all my applications again.Pl HelpDr Alok Modi MD

Answer:Typo errors due to cursor jumping

Go into Device Manager and uninstall your Mouse then restart computer

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Heads up about a string of blogs using familiar names like FileHippo and Softpedia in their URL, when searching for software downloads. I cannot guarantee their legitimacy, or safety to visit or download from these rip-off blogs.

Searching "avast 2017" in Google Search Engine crops up with many blogs using SEO techniques to distract users from the real FileHippo and Softpedia sites.



oFileHippo



downFileHippo



theFileHippo



eSoftpedia



Happy Safe Browsing!
 

Answer:Typo Squatting - Fake FileHippo, Softpedia and more!

Download links seem legit.. I love the tactic by the way.
I will take o-malwaretips.net lol
 

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Is there a way to tell Microsoft Word to "guess" what I mean every time I make a typo? For example, I type "tsanding," and instead of changing it to "standing," it underlines it red. I know I can then right-click it, and select AutoCorrect > standing, so that, from now on, if the same exact typo arises in the future, in which I accidentally type "tsanding," it'll change it to "standing." I've thus far collected *hundreds* of specific typo corrections in this way. But that's very time-consuming, and is only a weak attempt at preventing typos I may be likely to make in the future (based on the fact that I made the exact typo at least once before). Is there any way to establish that I want Microsoft Word to go ahead and correct every single "underlined red" occurrence from now on, based on its best guess as to what I meant? (except in cases where the typo was so bad that it has no guess at all) That way, when it corrects something I *didn't* want corrected, I can then go back and add what I wanted to its dictionary, to tell it not to consider that word an accident from then on.

Answer:Is there a way to tell Microsoft Word to "guess" what I mean every time I make a typo?

Found this in the Word Help files. On the Tools menu, click AutoCorrect Options. In the Replace box, type a word or phrase that you often mistype or misspell ? for example, type usualy. In the With box, type the correct spelling of the word ? for example, type usually. Click Add. Is this what you're talking about?

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Hello, is some one know where finding free Helvetica and Time family typo ?
thank Kidkodak 57

Answer:Finding free Helvetica and Time family typo

Helvetica Fonts - DownloadFontsFree.Net
Regarding "Time family", you need to be more specific.

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So I decided to buy Windows 7 from eBay. I didn't trust the people selling product keys only, so I purchased a brand new retail package. When I shop on eBay, I always look for sellers that are really close to me so shipping is fast. So I found a seller, said to be located in Maryland (which is two states away from me), with a great price and great feedback for his W7 sells. I was pissed because when the guy sent me the tracking number, I found out that the item was coming from Beijing, China, not Maryland! But I figured, well at least he shipped it.

THEN, I get an email from eBay saying the listing for the item I just purchased because the copyright holder reported that the item may be a counterfeit. At first I was pissed at eBay because now I had to record of the transaction in my eBay account and could not contact the seller directly from within the item invoice, since eBay deleted. Plus, he had several other sells of this same item, all with positive feedback of the W7 package, and eBay did not remove the listings for them. So I was like, why me? Luckily, I had his email from paypal and contacted him. He assured me that he is the legal owner of the item and that he sent proof to eBay saying so. Still never got my records back.

Anyway, this prompted me to search counterfeit Windows 7 retail packages. I found some interesting info, but my package doesn't fit any of the counterfeit profiles Microsoft says to look out for. The top hologram is built onto the ... Read more

Answer:My Windows 7 copy looks fake. Typo on back cover. Came from China.

Have you tried contacting ebay?:

eBay Buyer Protection

James

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When I first open Google, in the Search Box is a typo which I cannot delete.Any ideas? Many thanks. pianojoe
 

Answer:Solved: how to delete typo which remains in Google search box when I first open Googl

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So I decided to buy Windows 7 from eBay. I didn't trust the people selling product keys only, so I purchased a brand new retail package. When I shop on eBay, I always look for sellers that are really close to me so shipping is fast. So I found a seller, said to be located in Maryland (which is two states away from me), with a great price and great feedback for his W7 sells. I was pissed because when the guy sent me the tracking number, I found out that the item was coming from Beijing, China, not Maryland! But I figured, well at least he shipped it.

THEN, I get an email from eBay saying the listing for the item I just purchased because the copyright holder reported that the item may be a counterfeit. At first I was pissed at eBay because now I had to record of the transaction in my eBay account and could not contact the seller directly from within the item invoice, since eBay deleted. Plus, he had several other sells of this same item, all with positive feedback of the W7 package, and eBay did not remove the listings for them. So I was like, why me? Luckily, I had his email from paypal and contacted him. He assured me that he is the legal owner of the item and that he sent proof to eBay saying so. Still never got my records back.

Anyway, this prompted me to search counterfeit Windows 7 retail packages. I found some interesting info, but my package doesn't fit any of the counterfeit profiles Microsoft says to look out for. The top hologram is built onto the cds, no... Read more

Answer:My Windows 7 copy looks counterfeit. Typo on back cover. Came from China (eBay). Pics

It's fake, that's pretty obvious. The hologram thing is most likely a sticker on top of the actual disc surface - you can use a fingernail or razor blade at the very edge and lift it up a bit, that's 100% proof. The part numbers don't seem to match up with the actual Windows 7 Ultimate part number, and it just has a fake quality all the way around.

If you contact Microsoft, show them the pics, explain where you bought it from and your situation, there is a small - small but it exists - chance they'll provide you with a key just for making the report and identifying the seller you got it from.

No guarantees, but at the moment you're better off reporting it to them and going from there. Sure can't hurt to let them know, either way.

I'd report it, personally, without even really thinking about it. It just SCREAMS fake.
 

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