System File Mismatch after performing System Restore on Windows XP

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Recently I did a complete system restore on my Windows XP to put my PC back to its primary settings as my PC was going too slow.

It’s been working very well these past few days; however I have observed when I wanted to open World of Warcraft. Then a windows error message comes up and says that maybe I am a sufferer of software counterfeiting.

I searched in online and one answer was to type in on the begin slui.exe 3 to verify real Windows but then it shows with an error message saying that an unauthorized transform has been made when I want to open this.

In the details, "The system processor reported a system file mismatch error".

Please give me a solution.

Thanks in advance.

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System File Mismatch after performing System Restore on Windows XP

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When you get an error stating that you may be a victim of software counterfeiting, usually the application the operating system you are using is compromised. It may not be genuine and therefore you may need to do one of the following:

  1. If you have the key for that operating system, you might need to re-enter it to validate that the software is genuine.
  2. In case you do not have the to the operating system and you used a manipulated software to activate it, you will need to reformat your PC.

Make sure that you use genuine operating systems on your computer to prevent occurrence of such problems.

Regards,

Carl

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