Windows not validating valid copy
You will need the numbers under the Installation ID.These numbers will be different with different copies of Windows.If it's not, your computer is running non-genuine Windows.
On the other hand, violating such requirements, although can be supported by the kernel itself, often give bad headaches to many "normal" applications that expect to deal with "traditional" Win32 paths. Now suddenly Windows is saying that it is not genuine. I'd love to use Linux, if games worked better on it. I just insert the CD and it somehow just "resets" itself to the way the PC was when I bought it.The Windows APIs used with UNC paths will let you happily create a lot of names that are deemed invalid inside normal paths, since with the prefix you are telling to the Windows APIs to just deliver the path to the filesystem driver, without performing any check; the filesystems themselves often do not really care about what it's used as a file name, once they know that some string is only the file name (i.e.the path/name split has already been done) they generally treat it just as an opaque sequence of characters.
Genuine Windows is published by Microsoft, properly licensed, and supported by Microsoft or a trusted partner.