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After upgrade from Win Vista 32 to Win 7 Ultimate 32sp1 asking BIOS 0xC004F0G3 request Licence

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Hello all

 

I Upgrade my notebook  Pavilion dv 6000 ( dv 6326 us ) from Win Vista 32 to Win 7 Ultimate 32sp1 and after that in order to activate key is asking  << BIOS 0xC004F0G3 requested Licence >> 

 

Windows works  but as << NOT GENUINE build 7601 >> 

 

Try to refresh drivers but in HP support when I wrote model and Product Number supports only the original phase as << Windows with Vista 32>> , and all drives there are for Vista ONLY ...

 

Can anyone of you have an Idea how to found and install  UPGRADE DRIVERS for my Pavilion ( with Win 7 Ultimate ) ??? 

 

Thank you all 

 

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

You can use all of the Vista drivers on your model.

 

The only thing is that you will have to manually install the Vista graphics driver, because you will get an unsupported operating system error when you run the driver.

 

Do not attempt to update the BIOS on W7.

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Win Vista 32 to Win 7 Ultimate --- really ? 2017 ? 

 

NOT GENUINE build = the windows that you use is not orignal or has no original key.

You should buy new one if you wish that msg to go away but as far i know you can buy only Windows 10.

 

 

For Drivers try Windows Vista 32bit but insert them manual .... good luck with that as is too old model and i dont believe any other sourse of drivers will be live for this model!

 

 

My opinion and technical advise - buy new pc! 

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