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    Default How to remove "Windows Loader XE" during start up??

    I have reinstalled win7 (32 bit) twice...turned off system restore, again installed. But still i cant remove the "WINDOWS LOADER XE"
    What to do!!

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    That Windows Loader XE is necessary for your pirated copy of Windows 7 as it provides you a bypass for the activation procedure, if you don't like it, use a different crack or source.

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    download and use easybcd. You can remove/rename the entry.

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    just now i have finished the installation...it is not activated...it says it has a 30 days trail...still the loader xe is showing...but after i crack it with the 'win7 loader 1.7.7' it is activated...btw the dvd is from extremesoft!

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    thanks...the EasyBCD worked perfectly......
    Last edited by giant; October 21st, 2012 at 12:44.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    I have reinstalled win7 loader (32 bit) twice...turned off system restore, again installed. But still i cant remove the "WINDOWS LOADER XE"
    What to do!!
    Hi
    You can run a fixmbr and it will restore the master boot record to its default as this is where the windows loader xe is stored anyways

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