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How to fix Windows 7 Not Genuine Error – Fix “This copy of Windows is not genuine” Problem

Steps To Fix ” This copy of Windows is not genuine” Error.

Step.1  Go to Start menu and search for cmd, you will get cmd.exe in search result here do a Right Click on cmd.exe and click on Run as Administrator, and you will get Command Prompt.
Step 2. Once the command prompt is opened now type the following command, SLMGR -REARM , make sure you type the same command without any mistake, and also ensure that command prompt is opened in administrator mode otherwise it will not work.
Step 3. Once you typed the above command in command prompt window then hit Enter button on your keyboard to execute the above command.
Step 4. After you hit enter a confirmation window will appear with the details of command execution as.
Step 5. Now  Restart your computer you will not get that error again like Windows 7 build 7600/7601 This copy of windows is not genuine.

How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu

With your favorite text editor add one of these to your /etc/apt/sources.list

nano /etc/apt/sources.list or vi /etc/apt/sources.list

For Ubuntu 16.04 ("Xenial")
deb xenial contrib

For Ubuntu 15.10 ("Wily")
deb wily contrib

For Ubuntu 14.04 ("Trusty")
deb trusty contrib

For Ubuntu 12.04 LTS ("Precise Pangolin")
deb precise contrib

For Debian 8 ("Jessie") 
deb jessie contrib

For Debian 7 ("Wheezy")
deb wheezy contrib

Now add the public keys for Oracle:

$ wget -q -O- | sudo apt-key add -
$ wget -q -O- | sudo apt-key add -


Now install VirtualBox

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install virtualbox-5.1


Now run VirtualBox

$ virtualbox

How To Get Windows 10 Upgrade For Free

Start by going here:

Click on the Upgrade now button. Run the executable file to install the upgrade.

Microsoft then displays a series of screens that take you step by step through the set-up process. Follow the screens until Windows 10 is comfortably nestled into your device.

Ubuntu How To Install Samba (File Sharing) From The Command Line


  • Install Samba
    • sudo apt-get update
      sudo apt-get install samba
  • Set a password for your user in Samba
    • sudo smbpasswd -a <user_name>
      • Note: Samba uses a separate set of passwords than the standard Linux system accounts (stored in /etc/samba/smbpasswd), so you'll need to create a Samba password for yourself. This tutorial implies that you will use your own user and it does not cover situations involving other users passwords, groups, etc...

        Tip1: Use the password for your own user to facilitate.

        Tip2: Remember that your user must have permission to write and edit the folder you want to share.
        sudo chown <user_name> /var/opt/blah/blahblah
        sudo chown :<user_name> /var/opt/blah/blahblah

        Tip3: If you're using another user than your own, it needs to exist in your system beforehand, you can create it without a shell access using the following command :
        sudo useradd USERNAME --shell /bin/false
        You can also hide the user on the login screen by adjusting lightdm's configuration, in /etc/lightdm/users.conf add the newly created user to the line :

  • Create a directory to be shared
    mkdir /home/<user_name>/<folder_name>
  • Make a safe backup copy of the original smb.conf file to your home folder, in case you make an error
    sudo cp /etc/samba/smb.conf ~
  • Edit the file “/etc/samba/smb.conf”
    sudo nano /etc/samba/smb.conf
    • Once "smb.conf" has loaded, add this to the very end of the file:
      path = /home/<user_name>/<folder_name>
      valid users = <user_name>
      read only = no

      Tip: There Should be in the spaces between the lines, and note que also there should be a single space both before and after each of the equal signs.

  • Restart the samba:
    sudo service smbd restart
  • Once Samba has restarted, use this command to check your smb.conf for any syntax errors
  • To access your network share
          sudo apt-get install smbclient
          # List all shares:
          smbclient -L //<HOST_IP_OR_NAME>/<folder_name> -U <user>
          # connect:
          smbclient //<HOST_IP_OR_NAME>/<folder_name> -U <user>

    To access your network share use your username (<user_name>) and password through the path “smb://<HOST_IP_OR_NAME>/<folder_name>/” (Linux users) or “\\<HOST_IP_OR_NAME>\<folder_name>\” (Windows users). Note that “<folder_name>” value is passed in “[<folder_name>]”, in other words, the share name you entered in “/etc/samba/smb.conf”.

    • Note: The default user group of samba is "WORKGROUP".


Windows 10 – How to Access Folders with No Permissions

Preamble (you can skip it and pass to the solution below)

After upgrading my Windows 7 to Windows 10, I started to install necessary programs that I use daily. Luckily this process doesn’t take long due to beloved service of bulk program installation we told you about in one of our previous articles . One of the programs I use on all my devices is the Dropbox cloud service and due to this program, I found an interesting problem accessing my files and folders from the previous version of Windows. I noticed that after a few days of syncing my local files with the cloud, I still had some thousands of files to be synced. So I went to check what was going on and found the following message in the log.

Dropbox can’t sync the file access denied.

I went to the folder where the problem file was located and found another interesting thing about it – I didn’t have permissions to do anything with the files in the folder even though I had an administrative account (the only account on this PC). My first guess was the Read Only setting in the folder options and I was right. Partially. I did have Read Only checked, and every time I tried to change it, Read only was reverting back in Windows 10.

But there was more. When I tried to access the folder I received the following message: You don’t currently have permission to access this folder.

I was unable to rename, delete and even access files and folders until I confirm every step, and even with confirming that I am an admin, part of the files and folders “refused to cooperate.”


Browsing the Internet, trying to find the solution, I found multiple funny comments “I had the same problem and reinstalling Windows helped me.” Well, this is definitely not the piece of advice I would follow.

As it turned out, the problem was much easier to resolve.


The problem was in the inherited access permissions from the legacy user that no longer existed in my Windows 10. Still, all the access rights appeared to belong to that account. Even more, I used to have a Documents folder from another user created years ago and it was accessible after I had my Windows 7 was reinstalled, but Windows 10 reverted even those permissions. To resolve the problem, I simply had to reassign the folder owner.

The first step is to right click on the folder and choose Properties.

In Properties, navigate to Security tab.

Under Security click on Advanced button. Pay attention to message inside the tab – You must have Read permissions to view the properties of this object.

Once you hit Advanced the Owner setting will show you who is the owner of the folder, and in my case the owner even wasn’t there.

Click on Change button.

In this Window click on Advanced again. (Down the rabbit hole, isn’t it?).

Finally click Find Now button to see the list of available users in the system.

You will be surprised how many built-in system users exist in the system, ignore them and choose your Windows 10 user in the list and hit Ok.

You will be back in the previous window with your user selected.

Hit Ok again.

The last two steps would be to check “Replace owner on subcontainers and objects” and “Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from the object”.

That’s it, hit Ok button and you have full control over the folder and its content.


And don’t forget if you have any issue with your computer or wasn’t able to resolve the problem with permissions, contact our remote support team 24/7 and we will help you.

The Sabbath Day


A Day – Written by Todd D. Bennett of

The Scriptures describe this existence beginning in darkness and then light being imparted into the darkness

The light was called day, which is “yom” (mwy) in Hebrew. The darkness was called night, which is “lilah” (hlyl) in Hebrew.

The Scriptures then describe the first measurement of time involving the division points between the light and the dark.

The following statement is critical to our understanding of time. A common translation reads:

And the evening and the morning the first day.”

(Beresheet 1:5)

Evening is the transition from light to darkness and morning is the transition from darkness to light. Here we can see here that the concept of a day beginning in the evening. This is consistent with the pattern of Creation as Creation began in darkness, and then there was light added to Creation.

Likewise, each day begins in darkness until the light is revealed at dawn. Every day is like a reminder of creation itself

Interestingly, many translations miss what really went on here. During this event we see a separation and then a unification, which resulted in the creation of a day.

Elohim actually took darkness and light and united them together as a day. We know this from the very Hebrew text which literally states:

“And exist evening and exist morning day unified (echad).”

The text includes the word echad (dja) which can mean: “one or unified”.

If the text simply wanted to mention the “first” day as in order, it likely would have used “rishon.” Yom Rishon means first day of the week, and rishon shares the same root as resheet – “first.”

While echad can be used in the cardinal or ordinal sense, the use of the word echad versus the word rishon in this text has profound implications. The unifying aspect of the word adds an entirely different flavor, and we can see that something started here.

The fact that the Scriptures state “Yom Echad” points to something special, more than just the order of appearance.25

Through this unification Elohim actually created a day, which would progress in a cycle from evening to night to morning to day. The two divided and separate concepts of night and day, darkness and light, were essentially stitched together at evening and morning to form a cycle.

And of course the reason YHWH used “Yom Echad” or “Day 1,” instead of “Yom Rishon” or “First Day,” was to signal for all of creation that his was the day from which they should begin the count until the restoration of all things.

The beginning of every 7 day cycle typically begins with “Yom Rishon,” but only the beginning of the first day of creation began on “Yom Echad.”

The word for “evening” in Hebrew is ereb (bru), and the word for “morning” is boker (rqb). These words, although apparent opposites are very much alike. Both transition the day and the night, although in opposite sides of the cycle. The word ereb literally means “see the head of the house” while boker literally means “house back head.” Both include the head and the house.

We know that the “ereb” is a time of encroaching darkness when the sun has set. With this fading of light we begin a new day. As darkness sets in it becomes harder to see without the light of the sun. “Boker,” on the other hand, is a time when things become discernable. It is the time when the sun starts to come forth again at the dawn.

These two times are very important, and the ereb includes a time often referred to as “twilight.” This special time will receive more attention as the discussion progresses. The boker includes a time known as “the dawning of the day,” which also has great significance.

As we shall see, this newly created concept of time, known as the day, is full of patterns and it is gauged from evening through morning to the following evening.

That is what constitutes a day, known as “yom” in Hebrew.26 The Messiah asked the question: “Are there not 12 hours on a day?” (Yahanan 11:9).

In this passage Messiah was speaking about night and day. According to this understanding it is generally understood that each yom contains 12 hours of night and 12 hours of day although the hour is not included in the description of Creation, nor is it mentioned in the entire Old Testament except for two instances in Daniel that deal with the timing and fulfillment of certain events.

The Scriptural and physical division points used to distinguish between the light and the dark are sunset and sunrise rise, but for the first three days the sun did not exist, or emanate light.

There are some in the Hebrew Roots movement who propose that a day is limited to just the light portion of a day cycle. While on the surface it appears to be technically correct, this way of thinking really demonstrates their naiveté of the Hebrew language and thought process

Only a western thinker would come up with this type of thinking

In many of the Walk in the Light series books, the importance of understanding the Hebrew language and eastern thought is critical to understanding the Scriptures

This is a real transition for westerners who actually think differently than easterners.

It is a proven fact that eastern and western languages not only write in opposite directions but they also effect the way people think

While westerners are very linear and abstract in their thought and speech

Easterners are cyclical and concrete

If you want to properly understand creation, you need to think like an easterner

When you begin to start thinking cyclical instead of linear it makes perfect sense

Of course we are given a wonderful example of this combination of the light and darkness in when we saw the Yisraelites fleeing from the Egyptians at PiHaHiroth on the shores of the Red Sea

19   And the Angel of Elohim, who went before the camp of Yisrael, moved and went behind them; and the pillar of cloud went from before them and stood behind them. 20

So it came between the camp of the Egyptians and the camp of Yisrael. Thus it was a cloud and darkness to the one, and it gave light by ta-night to the other, so that the one did not come near the other all that night.

Exodus 14:19-20

The Angel of Elohim moved in between the Yisraelites and the Egyptians

The cloud between them provided Darkness to the Egyptians and Light to the Eqyptians

The text literally states: “Exist the cloud and darkness and light et-the night”

The Darkness was  = JKRv$Oj – chosek

And the light was obviously = owr

This is the same chosek or darkness that existed at the beginning and the same light that was spoken into creation

So this Angel of Elohim, previously referred to as YHWH in Exodus 13:21-22 when it described a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night was here is the cloud providing light to one and darkness to the other

The cloud and the fire were unified – Echad and notice the Aleph Taw (ta) affixed to the night

So we see another example on unifying light and darkness as was done on Yom Echad

Still some are promoting what is known as a boker to boker day

In other words, they gauge a day from morning to morning

This directly contradicts the Scriptural definition of a day as we shall soon see

These people are essentially inventing new concepts

This often derives from the fact that when some recognize that they have been deceived by their religions and traditions they begin to question everything, and often are too quick to disregard accepted knowledge


Again, they often do this with a flawed understanding of Hebrew thought and the Hebrew language. We have to be very careful as western thinkers trying to understand and interpret eastern thought and texts.

The use of the word “yom” to describe the light part of a day AS WELL AS the entire cycle of a day is not an unusual thing at all.

The Scriptures are very clear that the full day operates from evening through morning and the fact that it refers to day as light as well as the full day should not pose a difficulty

Hebrew often uses many different words for the same thing or the same word for different but related concepts

This is really not uncommon in Hebrew

In fact, it is pointing to a greater fulfillment

Take for instance the word Hebrew word moshiach means “anointed” and it can refer to a priest or a king which all provide patterns and pictures for a greater fulfillment through The Moshiach – The Messiah

Even better we see the Hebrew word “shamayim” which means “heavens”

It can mean our physical sky

or it can mean space

or another dimension all together where the Creator dwells

There are a variety of ever expanding meanings for the same word

Another similar example involves the word Yisrael

Originally the name of a man with 12 sons, then a nation with 12 tribes, then a united Kingdom with one King – the Whole house of Yisrael

Later divided into two parts – House of Judah and House of Yisrael

So Yisrael refers to a part and a whole

Yisrael is like a day

The House of Yisrael is like the light of the day

The whole House of Yisrael is like the unified day

Yisrael can refer to a part or the whole just like “yom”

Of course the ideal is the completion when Yisrael is unified – Echad

Right now Yisrael is not unified – it is not Echad

Of course, the matter is completely settled when Scriptures refer to the Holiest day of the year – Yom Kippur


The Scriptures actually define the duration of a yom, which is also a sabbath

It shall be to you a sabbath of solemn rest, and you shall afflict your souls; on the ninth day of the month at evening, from evening to evening, you shall celebrate your sabbath.”

Leviticus 23:32

Now we know that Yom Kippur falls on Day 10 of Month 7

“Also the tenth day of this seventh month shall be the Day of Atonement. It shall be a holy convocation for you; you shall afflict your souls, and offer an offering made by fire to YHWH.”

Leviticus 23:27

This is a critical day to be afflicting your being so the Scriptures are very clear about what constitutes the full day

It begins at sunset on the Ninth Day – the evening of the ninth day and extends to the evening of the tenth day

Evening to evening – erev to erev – darkness to darkness

The earth began in darkness and light was spoken into the darkness

This is the pattern that was established in the beginning.

So a day begins in the evening, after the sun has set and continues through the complete cycle of a whole day until the next day begins after the following sunset


There are many other Scriptures, when read in context, that clearly reveal a day ends at sunset and a new day begins after sunset

For instance, in Mark 1:32 we read about people bringing the sick and demon possessed for healing after the Sabbath was over, and the text specifically points out that it was “at evening, when the sun had set” Mark 1:32

The people would have waited until after the Sabbath was over to bring all of the sick to Shimon and Andrews house

An examination of the Scriptures clearly confirms that a day ends at sunset and begins after sunset – as long as you read passages in their proper context