One in five fail Windows validation checks
- SOlution is obviousely to just use a genuine hacked version of XP or VISTA, and it will work just fine. Mine does. --Popper
More than a fifth (22 per cent) of Windows installations failed tests on their authenticity, according to figures from tests conducted using Microsoft's controversial Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) tool.
More than 512 million tests against WGA have been conducted since July 2005 resulting in a failure rate of 22.3 per cent, according to figures from Microsoft released on Monday.