Microsoft AntiSpyware has expired


T

Topalov

After the installation on Windows XP Pro with service
pack 2 I tried to run the program, but I got the
following message: "The Microsoft Internal Beta version
of Microsoft AntiSpyware has expired as of 31.7.2005.
Please contact Microsoft for an updated version."
 
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G

Guest

-----Original Message-----
After the installation on Windows XP Pro with service
pack 2 I tried to run the program, but I got the
following message: "The Microsoft Internal Beta version
of Microsoft AntiSpyware has expired as of 31.7.2005.
Please contact Microsoft for an updated version."
.
 
G

Guest

-----Original Message-----
After the installation on Windows XP Pro with service
pack 2 I tried to run the program, but I got the
following message: "The Microsoft Internal Beta version
of Microsoft AntiSpyware has expired as of 31.7.2005.
Please contact Microsoft for an updated version."
.
 
P

peter_tetske

Is that from the message centre? If so that's not what it says. It says it
expires on that date.
 
A

Adam Piggott

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Topalov wrote:
| After the installation on Windows XP Pro with service
| pack 2 I tried to run the program, but I got the
| following message: "The Microsoft Internal Beta version
| of Microsoft AntiSpyware has expired as of 31.7.2005.
| Please contact Microsoft for an updated version."

Click on the Start button, then "Run"

Clear anything in the box and type in: cmd
Then press "OK"

Type in: date
Then press return.

Is the date reported correct? What time zone is your computer set to?
Right-click the clock at the bottom right, select "Adjust Date/Time", click
the "Time Zone" tab.

Regards,


Adam.

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Please replace dot invalid with dot uk to email me.
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B

Boyan

Reporting the same problem on Windows XP SP2;
to answer Adam - yes, the date is correct, the time zone
is +2GMT
 
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B

boyan

Apparently there is a bug to be resolved in next release;
workaround - control panel; regional and language
options/regional options/ choose "english" for your
formats
 

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