How to Get Rid of WGA Notifications

Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications (WGA Notify) is an annoying upgrade to the Windows Genuine Advantage system Microsoft uses to deal with bootlegged copies of Windows XP. If you boot up your machine one day and see the message:

You may be a victim of software counterfeiting. This copy of Windows is not genuine and is not eligible to receive all updates and product support from Microsoft.

Click Get Genuine now to get more information and resolve this issue.

your computer has automatically downloaded service patch KB905474 and you are now the proud owner of WGA Notify. It thinks you have a bootleg copy of Windows!

I don’t care if you run a bootleg copy of Windows. I personally own a legal copy of Windows XP but I’ve already had a run-in with the WGA system thinking I wasn’t “legit”. I figure this little Notify bugger is going to screw up on some people as well. We can’t have that, can we? The following isn’t a crack, it is merely a way around an annoying problem.

What is it?
WGA Notify is basically a persistent nag screen with some malware-like capabilities. It is started at boot, but not with the usual startup vectors. You won’t see it using msconfig. If you look in Add/Remove Programs, near the bottom along with the other software updates you will find a update called “Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications (KB905474)”. When you click on it, text underneath the title will inform you that “this update cannot be removed” and you will see no remove button. If you bring up the process list with Ctrl-Alt-Del you will see a process called WgaTray.exe. If you try to End Process it disappears and comes back. A lot of viruses and malware systems do this very same thing.

Stopping It
If WGA Notify thinks your copy of Windows is not “genuine” the nag program will be running, even if you have told it to go away. The process viewer in Windows can’t stop it. But a process viewer like prcview can. Download the prcview Zip file then extract it somewhere. There is no installer. Double-click on prcview.exe to run it. Using prcview, select WgaTray.exe in the list and right-click on it. Select “Kill” in the menu. When prcview asks to confirm click the “Kill” button. This will make the nag screen go away.

Preventing It From Starting
The dropper for WgaTray.exe is WgaLogon.dll. This library is run by winlogon.exe, one of the normal Windows XP components activated on boot. If you are feeling frisky, you can use prcview to see the module usage of winlogon.exe; you will find that WgaLogon.dll is one of its modules.

To make winlogon.exe not load WgaLogon.dll, Run regedit.exe from the Start Menu. Find this key in your registry

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Notify\WgaLogon

and delete it. This will prevent WgaLogon.dll from starting.

Uninstalling It
An analysis of the KB905474 update.inf file tells us why WGA Notify can’t be automatically uninstalled: it does not copy an uninstaller and it toggles a number of registry keys so the option isn’t even offered. It does not make an $NTUninstallKB905474$ folder in your Windows folder. But you can still delete its files. Use the Search Tool to search your boot drive (C: in most cases) for “wga”. Remember to check the “Search system folders”, “Search hidden files and folders”, “Search subfolders” boxes. The files that have been bothering you live in the WINDOWS folder, though a number of copies will be found in other folders. Delete all of the WgaTray.exe and WgaLogon.dll files you find.

If you don’t want to see it listed in the Add/Remove Programs list delete this registry key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\WgaNotify

What Side Effects Does This Have?
Removing the WGA Notify tool won’t stop you from getting automatic critical updates, but it will stop you from downloading things from Microsoft and from using the Windows Update site (unless you have the legitcheck crack, of course). Since there is very little Microsoft has that you can’t get elsewhere, this is hardly a problem.

Also, this is a temporary solution. The next time you get a round of critical updates, the WGA Notify tool will return, requiring you to carry out this process again.

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61 Responses to How to Get Rid of WGA Notifications

  1. Jordan Burkhart says:

    Well, I wont have to worry about this for a while. Not because I actually have a legit copy installed, but because I’m heading out to Alberta for an undecided amount of time to work, most likely, on an oil rig. I’m 21, full of dreams, and no strings holding me back here at home. My family and friends are excited for me, so I’m happy. I won’t be hauling my rig out there with me, so I’ll only have access to internet cafe PC’s…..*shudders at the though of a wired mouse, convex CRT, and bloody annoying internet cafe software interface*

    Once I make enough dough I might buy a laptop. I’m not just heading out their for the thousands of jobs positions or the money. I’m going to gain life experience and to become fully independant and more outgoing.

    Anywasy, if I don’t post comments for a while it’ll be because I’m having too much damn fun! :)

    Take it easy :)

    Jordan Burkhart

  2. cobolhacker says:

    Good for you.

    I’m pretty certain they have the Internet in Alberta. In fact, I’ll bet many of the rigs have it too (albeit slow, Satellite-based Internet). I can’t believe they would ask young guys to live in shacks for three months at a time without Internet.

    A good friend of mine is working out there right now. He’s getting $20 an hour just for working in a factory. He offers this advice, though: stay away from the drugs. I guess Meth is a big problem out there, all the younguns getting hopped up so they can party harder and still keep their heads up at work. Stick with beers and you’ll be fine.

  3. Jordan Burkhart says:

    Luckily I’m not into the whole drug scene. I enjoy drinking with friends but that’s it. I’ve never given into the pressure, so it wont be that hard for me.

  4. cobolhacker says:

    I only mentioned it because I think my buddy was actually quite surprised by how widespread the problem was (eg. even worse than it is here). I guess his boss told him once how nice it was to have someone who didn’t show up for work all strung out. He and I are no strangers to the drink, we’ve smoked some weed in our time too… but the idea of using stimulants to counter depressants is just plain wrong to me. I’m smelling a post in all of this…

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  6. MaTT says:

    Very Handy, thank so much, i just hope when i login, it wont come up again :)

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  8. Duke says:

    Cheers Bud

  9. HEYMAMA says:

    Hey Jordan….came across this after running HijackThis and checking programs. My maiden name is Burkhart and I’ve always been told if it’s spelled the same we’re related. Just thought it was cool and wondered where you are when not in Alberta. I’m in Northeastern Oklahoma….

  10. cobolhacker says:

    Hey JB! Now folks are following you on my weblog, lol :)

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  12. Technopundit says:

    Some of my clients inadvertently installed a particularly virulent version of WGA update in the past couple of days. Even in safe mode, WgaTray.exe won’t delete. Easiest quick fix I’ve found is to “back over” the install using Windows Restore. Advice is to be certain you have a recent restore point created at all times.

  13. cobolhacker says:

    I haven’t seen this new one yet, but I’m not surprised by it. It was only a matter of time before they upgraded it. When I encounter this new one, I’ll find a way around it :)

  14. AMPBURNER says:

    all you have to do is boot to safemode and go to WgaLogon.dll and change it from WgaLogon.dll to wga.aaw and it will make the files usless then reboot to normal and delete it. thats how you can delete the file..the same for wgatray.exe

  15. Bobbytupper says:

    Or use this!!!
    http://www.filefactory.com/get/v3/f2.php?f=a8ecb3
    Copy, paste, Windows Update, update your computer!!

  16. proanti1 says:

    wow! thanks dude! i have been trying to get rid of that thing for a while now…

  17. urbis says:

    great help !!! thanks, for the moment I got rid of WGA. Very helpful prcview !
    Thanks

  18. jay says:

    thanks dude, gone in a few minutes!

  19. felix says:

    Hi people! Have just gone to that file factory site, downloaded the file, but what to do next? the comment says paste, but what & where? Many thanks — really interesting commentary!

  20. PP says:

    many thanks!

  21. Gerome says:

    Thanks so much. Helped a lot with that with that WGA Notification. How did you figure it out? sencerely yours -Gerome

  22. cobolhacker says:

    I do what I can to help the other Internet Buccaneers around the world. :)

    I\’ve spent the last few years of my life dealing with hostile software systems on a daily basis. To me, the WGA is just another malware system. I removed it like I would any bit of spyware.

    If you want a more permanent solution, consider searching for the actual WGA crack. After you put the sucker in your copy of Windows will behave like a normal copy (eg. you can download stuff from Microsoft). You can find this kind of thing on your favourite warez site. Be warned though, actually using the crack is also a constant battle. As Technopundit noted, Microsoft is continually updating the thing, probably to get around the cracks. If you do crack out your WGA notifications you will have to keep downloading updated cracks.

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  24. james says:

    HOW TO MAKE XP PRO CORPORATE “VOLUME LICENSE” “ILLEGAL” TO APPEAR AS AN OEM OR RETAIL VERSION” LEGAL VERSION

    YOU MUST HAVE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER SCHOOL,LIBRARY,WHATEVER ( I DON’T RECOMMEND COPYING YOUR EMPLOYER’S OR YOUR MOM’S)

    VALID OEM OR RETAIL KEY.

    MUST HAVE

    1. ACCESS TO THE ABOVE MENTIONED COMPUTERS

    2. ACCESS TO THE REGISTRY(REGEDIT.EXE) ON SAID COMPUTER

    3. USB THUMB DRIVE

    4. DOWNLOAD SLEEP.EXE (TAKES LESS THAN 5 MINUTES TO FIND WITH GOOGLE)

    HERE WE GO

    NOTE ALL THE FILES YOUR CREATING WILL BE IN BETWEEN START OF AND END OF
    THE “START OF” AND “END OF” SHOULD NOT BE IN YOUR FINISHED FILE!

    1ST THING WERE GOING TO DO IS CREATE A BATCH FILE TO GET THE KEYS

    start of GetRegKeys.bat

    @echo off

    echo.

    echo “getting the three registry keys needed”

    echo.

    echo.

    echo “getting HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Registration”

    regedit /E iexplore.reg “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Registration”

    echo.

    echo “saved to desktop\key\ as iexplore.reg”

    echo.

    echo “getting HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion”

    regedit /E windcurrver.reg HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion

    echo.

    echo “saved to desktop\key\ as windcurrver.reg”

    echo.

    echo “getting HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion”

    regedit /E oem.reg “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion”

    echo.

    echo “saved to desktop\key\ as oem.reg”

    echo.

    echo.

    echo “look in desktop\key\ the files should be there”

    echo.

    pause

    end of GetRegKeys.bat

    OK OPEN THE NOTEPAD APPLICATION HIGHLIGHT THE ABOVE TEXT

    EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN start of GetRegKeys.bat AND end of GetRegKeys.bat

    RIGHT CLICK COPY AND PASTE IN THE NOTEPAD NOW CLICK FILE SAVE AS GetRegKeys.bat

    NOTE THAT BATCHFILE CAN BE RAN FROM ANY LOCATION ON THE THE COMPUTER YOU WILL END UP WITH A FILE IN THE DIRECTORY
    YOU RUN THE GETREGKEYS.BAT FILE FROM.(IT CAN BE RAN DIRECTLY FROM A USB THUMBDRIVE)

    YOU SHOULD HAVE THREE REGISTRY FILES
    iexplore.reg

    windcurrver.reg this file needs to be edited READ BELOW

    oem.reg this file needs to be edited READ BELOW

    OK ASSUMING YOUR HOME NOW LETS CONTINUE!

    NEXT EDIT WINDCURRVER.REG

    (windcurrver.reg)this file needs editing right click the windcurrver.reg file on the desktop click edit

    it should look like this when your done

    start of wincurrver.reg

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion]

    “ProductId”=”xxxxx-XXX-xxxxxxx-xxxxx”

    end of wincurrver.reg

    NEXT EDIT OEM.REG

    (oem.reg)this file needs editing right click the oem.reg file on the desktop click edit

    it should look like this when your done

    start of oem.reg

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion]

    “SubVersionNumber”=””

    “CurrentBuild”=”1.511.1 () (Obsolete data – do not use)”

    “InstallDate”=dword:4496c793

    “ProductName”=”Microsoft Windows XP”

    “RegDone”=””

    “SoftwareType”=”SYSTEM”

    “CurrentVersion”=”5.1″

    “CurrentBuildNumber”=”2600″

    “BuildLab”=”2600.xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158″

    “CurrentType”=”Uniprocessor Free”

    “CSDVersion”=”Service Pack 2″

    “SystemRoot”=”C:\\WINDOWS”

    “SourcePath”=”D:\\I386″

    “PathName”=”C:\\WINDOWS”

    “ProductId”=”XXXXX-XXX-XXXXXXX-XXXXX”

    “DigitalProductId”=hex: BIG STRING OF NUMBERS

    “LicenseInfo”=hex: BIG STRING OF NUMBERS

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\WPAEvents]

    “OOBETimer”=hex:ff,d5,71,d6,8b,6a,8d,6f,d5,33,93,fd

    “LastWPAEventLogged”=hex:d6,07,06,00,01,00,13,00,0f,00,33,00,27,00,a5,01

    end of oem.reg

    WHERE IT SAYS BIG STRING OF NUMBERS (I REMOVED THEM FOR OBVIOUS REASONS) IT WILL BE JUST WHAT IT SAYS A BIG STRING OF NUMBERS.

    (THIS KEY IS WHAT MICROSCUM SCANS FOR ON WGA – WINDOWS UPDATE – WINDOWS DOWNLOAD – BETA-INSTALL – EXTRAS INSTALL)

    NEXT CREATE A REGISTRY FILE TO START THE WORKAROUND WITH YOUR COMPUTER

    start of start.reg

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run]

    “start”=”C:\\windows\\system32\\cmd.exe /k cd C:\\ &start /min tweak.cmd &exit”

    end of start.reg

    OK OPEN THE NOTEPAD APPLICATION HIGHLIGHT THE ABOVE TEXT

    EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN start of start.reg AND end of start.reg

    RIGHT CLICK COPY AND PASTE IN THE NOTEPAD NOW CLICK FILE SAVE AS start.reg

    start tweak.cmd

    @echo off

    echo “YOU HAVE TO BE ADMIN FOR THIS TO WORK”

    echo “WAITING FOR THE XP TO SETTLE BEFORE EXECUTING”

    sleep 35 &

    REGEDIT /s oem.reg

    EXIT

    end tweak.cmd

    OK OPEN THE NOTEPAD APPLICATION HIGHLIGHT THE ABOVE TEXT

    EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN start tweak.cmd AND end tweak.cmd

    RIGHT CLICK COPY AND PASTE IN THE NOTEPAD NOW CLICK FILE SAVE AS tweak.cmd

    start of install.bat

    @echo off

    echo.

    echo “SHOWING WHAT’S BEING DONE”

    echo.

    echo “copying sleep.exe to C:\windows\system32″

    @copy sleep.exe C:\windows\system32

    echo “copying tweak.cmd to C:\

    @copy tweak.cmd C:\

    echo “copying oem.reg to C:\”

    @copy oem.reg C:\

    echo.

    echo “making oem.reg,tweak.cmd hidden files”

    attrib +h C:\oem.reg

    attrib +h C:\tweak.cmd

    echo.

    echo “registering the following keys”

    echo “iexplorekey.reg”

    echo “windcurrver.reg”

    echo “start.reg”

    REGEDIT /S iexplorekey.reg

    REGEDIT /S windcurrver.reg

    REGEDIT /S start.reg

    @pause

    end of install.bat

    OK OPEN THE NOTEPAD APPLICATION HIGHLIGHT THE ABOVE TEXT

    EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN start of install.bat AND end of install.bat

    RIGHT CLICK COPY AND PASTE IN THE NOTEPAD NOW CLICK FILE SAVE AS install.bat

    start of uninstall.bat

    @ echo off

    echo.

    echo “removing sleep.exe from C:\windows\system32″

    del C:\windows\system32\sleep.exe

    echo.

    echo “unhiding C:\oem.reg,C:\tweak.cmd before deleting”

    attrib -h C:\oem.reg

    attrib -h C:\tweak.cmd

    echo.

    echo “removing C:\oem.reg,C:\tweak.cmd”

    cd C:\ &del tweak.cmd &del oem.reg

    echo.

    echo “registering your backup keys iexplore.reg,windcurrver.reg,oem.reg”

    regedit /s oem.reg

    regedit /s iexplore.reg

    regedit /s windcurrver.reg

    echo.

    echo.

    echo “deleting the regkey that started the workaround”

    echo.

    echo.

    reg delete HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run /v start /f

    echo.

    echo.

    echo.

    pause

    end of uninstall.bat

    OK OPEN THE NOTEPAD APPLICATION HIGHLIGHT THE ABOVE TEXT

    EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN start uninstall.bat AND end uninstall.bat

    RIGHT CLICK COPY AND PASTE IN THE NOTEPAD NOW CLICK FILE SAVE AS uninstall.bat

    OK YOU HAVE ALL THE FILES MADE GO ON GOOGLE AND DOWNLOAD SLEEP.EXE
    AFTER YOU DOWNLOAD THAT PUT ALL OF THESE FILES IN A FOLDER NAMED KEY PUT UNINSTALL.BAT IN A FOLDER NAMED
    UNINSTALL INSIDE THE KEY FOLDER.

    (RECOMMENDED) ON YOUR COMPUTER (BEFORE INSTALLING) RUN THE GetRegKeys.bat TO BACKUP YOUR ORIGINALL KEYS BEFORE
    INSTALLING PUT THE BACKUP KEYS IN THE UNINSTALL FOLDER THE uninstall.bat FILE WILL RE REGISTER THE KEYS
    WHEN YOU RUN uninstall.bat

    DOUBLE CHECK ALL YOUR WORK IF IT ALL LOOKS THE SAME AS THE INSTRUCTIONS

    THEN DOUBLE CLICK INSTALL.BAT “FROM THE KEY FOLDER ON YOUR DESKTOP”

    NOTE THE UNINSTALL WORKS THE SAME WAY “FROM THE KEY FOLDER ON YOUR DESKTOP”

    THAT’S IT LOG OFF AND LOG BACK ON NO REBOOT IS NEEDED

    WHEN XP COMES UP YOU SHOULD SEE THE COMMAND WINDOW MINIMIZED IN THE TASKBAR.

    WHEN XP COMES UP RIGHT CLICK THE TASK BAR CLICK TASK MANAGER

    CLICK THE PROCESSES TAB AND YOU SHOULD SEE SLEEP.EXE AS A PROCESS IT WILL DISSAPEAR IN 35 SECONDS

    AFTER IT DISSAPEARS

    CLICK START SETTINGS CONTROL PANEL SYSTEM LOOK AT THE PRODUCT ID BELOW “REGISTERED TO” YOU SHOULD NOW SEE THE PRODUCT ID

    OF THE XP YOU GOT IT FROM AND YOU WILL BE LEGIT FOR WGA (AS LONG AS THE COMPUTER YOU GOT IT FROM WAS LEGIT)

    AND MICROSCUM DOES NOT FIND OUT ABOUT THIS AND MAKE THE KEYS TAMPER-PROOF.

    THE FUNNY PART OF THIS WHOLE THING IS 8 FILES TOTALING 134KB JUST WIPED OUT ALL MICROSOFT’S EFFORTS TO CONTROL XP

    ANOTHER FUNNY THING ABOUT THIS IS THE XP CORP NON ACTIVATION STAYS IN PLACE SO YOU CAN REINSTALL XP-CORP THEN REINSTALL

    THIS WORKAROUND OR CHANGE ALOT OF HARDWARE AND NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT ACTIVATION.

  25. X-TITUS says:

    Thanks..gr8 .. keep it up…. wish you all the best.. nice and good work..

  26. Digitalab says:

    Cobolhacker, thanks a lot! you’re a genius!

  27. James Benesh says:

    Hi, I don’t know if this has been addressed, but I noticed that the original post mentioned that the downside is that windows will keep installing this thing for you. But if you wait for it to find updates, then click the little yellow shield, say “custom install” and uncheck the WGA box. you can then also tell it to not search for this update in the future. voila, problem solved… forever.

  28. cobolhacker says:

    These days, I do this very same thing for my affected customers. I suppose this will work until they release another, differently named version, but so far they haven’t done this yet.

    The trick is to make sure you have automatic updates set to “Download updates for me, but let me choose when to install them.” That way you always have a chance to weed out the — shall we say — undesirable critical updates.

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  32. Wheriprer says:

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  33. Anonymous says:

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  36. Ripuez says:

    Thanks for the genuine advice. great help with little effort to remove such an annoying popup. Cheers!

  37. Random says:

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  38. Random says:

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  40. Howard says:

    Thank you and your brilliance for helping me get rid of that god awful WGA crap it was a little more involved then your typical advertising pop up nag

    Sincerely,
    Howard

  41. adri says:

    it worked, thanks! I downloaded pcw, and killed it, after that i deleted it using the run option.

  42. Beafethifiads says:

    Hi people

    As newly registered user i only want to say hello to everyone else who uses this site :>

  43. avi says:

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  45. Alegie says:

    thanks a lot! you have been a big help to me.

  46. Pattepasp says:

    What is bumburbia?

  47. cobolhacker says:

    I dunno. Sounds smelly.

  48. Viedeaffibret says:

    Aloha guys and girls!

    I’m a newbie here.

    So i’d like to ask you if a world financial crisis affected someone among you?

  49. Jeannie says:

    Your post is such helpful. Thanks alot ya. Muackkksss

  50. Night686 says:

    Well all I have to say is that worked like a charm and I freaking hate microsoft for what they have to to try to crack down on non legit copies!!!! peeeeves me right off. But I cant wait for Windows 7 to come out. Very excited for that. Well just wanted to say thanx for the help!!!

  51. no one says:

    …well i have come across it, i got rid of it temporarily and now its back asking me if i want to install it…you know its odd microsoft and stuff try to prevent adware and other malicious annoying popping up ad programs and yet there is this WGA which is more annoying than adware…cause you can delete and clean out adware, WGA you cant…only stop it temporarily…

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  53. Big E says:

    Brill worked a treat

  54. Alex B says:

    Whenever I try to delete the WgaTray.exe file and WgaLogon.dll files, a box pops up and says:

    WgaLogon (or WgaTray): Access is denied.
    Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use.

    What do I do now?!

  55. cobolhacker says:

    You need to kill the wgatray.exe process with prcview. The step entitled, “Stopping It.” Then stop wgalogon.dll from loading in the next step. Reboot. Then they will go away.

  56. Dickcheny says:

    many many thanks! Its works well! And again thanks lol! :)

  57. Wilksey says:

    thanks mate that was really getting on my nerves, its finally gone yay

  58. Matt says:

    Thanks, man! This has been bugging me forever… AT least now I know what to do.

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  60. shalee says:

    actually it didn`t work for me whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

  61. shalee says:

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