Remove OGA Office Not Genuine Notifications (Uninstall KB949810)

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All Microsoft Office versions such as MS Office 2003, MS Office 2007, MS Office 2010 or MS Office XP are getting updated with Office Genuine Advantage Notifications (OGA KB949810) automatically. Once installed KB949810 verifies your product key number and if it finds the product key number illegal or pirated, it will start showing a “This copy of Microsoft Office is not genuine” notification in your system tray area along with at splash screen whenever you try using Office programs.

OGA crack was a rumor and we are yet to see any KB949810 crack working. But we can manually uninstall this KB949810 update to get rid of these notifications. Do note that this update can’t be removed from ‘Add or Remove Programs’ interface as it does not show up there. But you can follow the below working tricks to disable and remove Office not genuine notifications from system tray and MS office programs interface.

Disable OGA Notification : Hack – 1

We can remove OGA notification by disabling OGAAddin.dll from loading when we start Office applications. OGAAddin.dll file shows the notification and removing this will stop such notifications from appearing. This below hack will make Windows think that KB949810 is properly installed and it will not prompt you for further installation.

  1. Go to Start >> Run >> Type regedit in the box and hit Enter
  2. This will open Registry Editor window, press Ctrl+F to open search box
  3. Type OGAAddin.connect in the serach box to find this registry key
  4. Once found, Right click on Load behaviour and select Modify option
  5. Edit and change the value from 3 to 0
  6. Repeat this process for each and every instances of OGAAddin.connect key
  7. You are done.

Disable OGA Notification – Hack 2

This hack will completely remove OGAAddin.connect registry key from system registry and the OGA notifications will be automatically removed. However the system might ask you to install this update using Windows Live Update again.

  1. Go to Start >> Run >> Type regedit in the box and hit Enter
  2. Navigate to the following key paths and remove these registry keys completely from your system. You might find any other key which contains OGAAddin.connect registry value, remember to remove all of them.
  3. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Word\Addins
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Excel\Addins
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Powerpoint\Addins
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins

  4. Delete the OGAAddin.connect registry value from above paths
  5. You are done.

Disable OGA Notifications – Hack – 3

This hack will remove OGAAddin from within MS Office applications, but you need to sign into any user profile on your computer with administrative access.

  1. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12 (address might differ depending on your Office version and installation drive) >> Right click on any office applications such as inword.exe, excel.exe, powerpnt.exe etc and choose Run as Administrator option
  2. Head to Options (at the bottom of the menu) >> Add-Ins
  3. Select COM Add-ins under Manage drop down list >> Hit Go
  4. Remove OGA notifications

  5. Disable or remove OGAAddin
  6. Follow the above process to remove OGAAddin from each and every office application
  7. You are done.

Disable OGA Notifications РHack  Р4

We can completely disable OGA or KB949810 notifications by uninstalling KB949810 OGA Notification via OGANotifier.msi and this will stop and remove all OGA notifications.

  1. Navigate to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\8998da55d52b36c0e98ba016ddd50de0\ folder (Assuming C:\ as your installation folder)
  2. Extract OGANotifier.cab using WinRAR to find a file named as OGANotifier.msi
  3. Right click on OGANotifier.msi >> select Uninstall
  4. Block automatic update installation to avoid further installation
  5. You are done.

Disable OGA Notification – Hack – 5

Microsoft does not allow people to uninstall OGA notifications, but you can easily delete and remove OGA components from your system manually. In this way, they will be automatically go inactive and you won’t see those boring “This copy of Microsoft Office is not genuine” notifications again.

  1. Close all Office applications first
  2. Navigate to C:\Wndows\System32 or C:\Windows\SysWow64 folder and delete the following files
  3. OGAVerify.exe
    OGAAddin.dll

  4. You are done.

You can follow any of above 5 tricks to uninstall, remove or disable Office Genuine Advantage notifications (OGA or KB646810 notifications). Remember to disable auto-update feature else KB949810 update will get installed again.

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121 Comments to Remove OGA Office Not Genuine Notifications (Uninstall KB949810)

  1. Thanks for the suggestions, however, Hack 1, 2, & 5 only work temporarily. Once the computer has been restarted all the files magically return. Load Behavior switches back to 3, and all the OGAA files are back in the registry and hard drive. For Hack 3 I could not find the Add-ins under Options. For Hack 4 there was no option to uninstall when right clicking on OGANotifier.msi . Any other suggestions or thoughts? Thanks!

  2. If you issue this from RUN or from a CMD prompt

    MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

    will also force it to uninstall it self

  3. On 25 August an automatic update installed KB949810 on my Vista operating pc and immediately I started receiving warning notices about microsoft office validation and after 2 weeks the warning started counting days left before any documents produced via office would be marked as invalid.

    I used Hack 5 and in System32 removed OGA Addin.dll plus OGA Check control. dll and OGA Exec and this appears to have fixed the problem. I also noticed that an additional 17 files in System32 had been modified at exactly the same time as the other files had been uploaded and checking these 17 found that all had had an additional file implanted called OGA Addin.dll.mui and I removed these also.

  4. Wow! Of all the hacks I have found and tried, the one listed here by Anonymous2 was absolutely the easiest and it has actually worked! Finally. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. WhoDeyDiesel

    SuzieCue is right about Anonymous2's response. Do the MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18} from a command prompt or from the RUN box and it will completely uninstall KB949810 and you will no longer get the MS Office Validation Messages. This was the only solution that worked for me even after a restart. Also, be sure to HIDE the update KB949810 when doing microsoft updates so you don't accidently re-install it. In Vista, uncheck the update and then right-click on the update after selecting "VIEW AVAILABLE UPDATES" from the update window and then left-click on "Hide Update". This will prevent this update from ever being installed again.

  6. Dont do any cracks/patches You are jeopardizing you security

    JUST USE COMMAND PROMPT: 1-(RIGHT CLICK COMMAND PROMPT AND RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR, THIS IS IMPORTANT)

    2-CLOSE ALL RUNNING MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS (WORD,EXCEL, ETC)

    3-TYPE (OR COPY AND PASTE): MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

    4-HIT ENTER!!!

    PRESTO!!! THIS IS THE ONLY LEGIT WAY TO REMOVE THAT PESKY KB949810 UPDATE

    I KNOW, I STAYED UP FOR 7 HOURS RESEARCHING THIS ISSUE

    ALSO IN WINDOWS VISTA, AFTER U UNINSTALL KB949810, VIA THIS METHOD MAKE SURE TO “HIDE” THIS UPDATE SO IT DOESNT REINSTALL

    THANX TO ANONYMOS 2 ( WHOEVER U ARE)

  7. Thanks to who ever anonymous2 is. His method worked.

    I then went to Microsoft updates web sight, and hid the Office GA update KB949810.

    Now how long will it be until Microsoft finds out about this and comes up with a way to run it without our knowledge?

    They have done this in the past with operating systems GA updates.

    I have always kept my updates set to "Notify", and they have gotten things as the GA updates installed in the past.

  8. Hack #3 worked for me. But I can't find the Add In-option in Outlook. Can someone help me?

    (And hack #4 doesn't work because I can't find the right folder. And hack 1, 2 and 5 are temporarily, so those are not a option. )

  9. To WhoDeyDiesel, GREAT GUIDELINES, Many thanks for the solution to the ever annoying microsoft BS.

    Cheers

    George

  10. What i just ended up doing was restoring my system to a date before this nasty KB949810 update was installed. Hopefully you can still restore it to a date before the update, since this update was just published on 8/25/09. You can check when you installed it by checking the history in Windows Update and make sure you restore ur pc to a date prior. And of course make sure you do NOT install it again! Good luck!

  11. I'm just going to copy and paste this because it WORKED for me. Ya'll need to try this.

    Dont do any cracks/patches You are jeopardizing you security

    JUST USE COMMAND PROMPT: 1-(RIGHT CLICK COMMAND PROMPT AND RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR, THIS IS IMPORTANT)

    2-CLOSE ALL RUNNING MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS (WORD,EXCEL, ETC)

    3-TYPE (OR COPY AND PASTE): MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

    4-HIT ENTER!!!

    PRESTO!!! THIS IS THE ONLY LEGIT WAY TO REMOVE THAT PESKY KB949810 UPDATE

    I KNOW, I STAYED UP FOR 7 HOURS RESEARCHING THIS ISSUE

    ALSO IN WINDOWS VISTA, AFTER U UNINSTALL KB949810, VIA THIS METHOD MAKE SURE TO “HIDE” THIS UPDATE SO IT DOESNT REINSTALL

    THANX TO ANONYMOS 2 ( WHOEVER U ARE)

  12. ok, it is a entry in the registry which is called Load behaviour and only this entry's must have the value 0

    thx! great info at this site

  13. WGA annoying crap

    I did not follow the hacks above.

    Here's what I just did and so far it's working very well. (I have Windows XP SP2)

    With no MS Office applications running, I went to windows updates and changed my notification settings from automatic updates to "notify me when new updates are available." A couple minutes later I got a pop up that asked if I wanted to change back to automatic updates, I clicked on "no" and it went away.

    I then clicked on start, then run, and pasted

    MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

    into the drop down box and ran it.

    A little program ran for about 8-10 seconds and then disappeared from the screen. I then did a disk clean up (temp internet files, etc) and did a restart. (You probably don't have to do the clean up, just me being neat freak.)

    Once restart was done and I was back at the start screen, there was an immediate yellow shield in the lower right taskbar by the clock. I clicked on it and it was windows updates trying to get me to re-install the genuine advantage validation tool. I declined the install and also checked the box to not show me this update again. I then went to windows update and did express update search. Once it's complete you will get a list of updates if you need them (I didn't get any) and you will then see a yellow box that says "You've hidden important updates. You've asked us not to show you one or more high-priority updates but your computer might be at risk until they are installed." This is because you elected to hide the genuine advantage update and not have it shown to you. Do not click on the "Restore them now" choice and it will not load. So far I have not gotten the GA warning box at all since I did this. Hope this helps you all.

  14. hswolfmaniac

    Before I had tried any of the hack steps above, hotmail.com and MSN.com started refusing my emails after the 30 day warning whenever I used MS Outlook and Windows Mail. But before the expiration, I had uninstalled, then reinstalled MSOffice 2007 hoping the problem would resolve itself. I tried Hack #s 1-3 separately, and restarted my laptop each time. I couldn't find #4, and haven't tried #5 or the MsiExec yet. I was able to get Hack #2 to work after following http://www.mydigitallife.info/2009/08/28/workarou… Shaamaan's suggestion; however my email is still is still rejected by MSN and Hotmail.

    Does anyone have any clues or suggestions? Will doing step #5 or MsiExec help resolve the email rejections? Thanks.

  15. Hy,

    I used Hack 5 and it works, BUT, I do not receive any updates for Vista and other components!!

    My Vista is an official version and MS Office Corporate.

    What can I do to modify it??

    THX

  16. hswolfmaniac

    Follow-up to email problems with MSN and Hotmail. I was having problems importing my contacts list into my webmail so I contacted my ISP. I explained to them what was happening with the email and importing contacts. They stated they're aware of the MSN/Hotmail issues, and are trying to resolve it, but have no estimated completion date/time. It turns out to be one helluva coincidence that I was trying to resolve the OGA issue, and the email issue occurs. Thanks to all for reading my comments. :-) (P.S.: Now I have to work on my export/import issues. :-| )

  17. You can avoid notificacion just only by renaming OGAAddin.dll file in C:WINDOWSsystem32. It worked well for me.

  18. I have a legit copy of XP-MCE, Office XP, etc. Micro$oft's latest anti-piracy says I'm _not_ legal. There are days I wish Ubuntu and Open Office was a bit more civilized and customizable. I haven't done it yet, but I may have to hack my fully legal system! Tell me again why I'm updating to Win7 in a couple of weeks?!? Once I get it hacked, I need to say "no thank you, please" to KB949810. I do not begrudge anyone from making a living, even large profits; but I don't want to spend the hours/days of aggravation to reformat my XP system for a couple weeks until win7 is out because of more bad coding from Redmond.

  19. Hack 1 and 2 will only work if you disable the scheduled task belonging to this MS update as well. Go to Start / Run and type 'tasks'. There will be one task OGALogon which is scheduled to run each time at logon and in fact will recreate the keys in the register or modify them. So disable this one, and untill MS finds something new, no anoying messages again.

  20. Hey dudes!!

    These are very complicated solutions, why not just uninstall the update?. Here you've the link to download manually the msi file. Follow these steps:

    1- Download OGANotifier KB949810 file from here:
    http://hotfile.com/dl/14695840/cc30d73/oganotifie

    2- It's a .cab, so extract it to a folder with winrar (4example)

    3- Click once With RIGHT BUTTON in the MSI file, and select UNINSTALL

    4- Reboot, check..If you go to windows update you will see the update is available again, just, right click and select "Hide update".

    5-That's it!!

  21. Dwikkie, you are absolutely right. I deleted all references to OGA in my registry, system32, and wherever. That DID lessen the frequency of notification, and even removed the "Not Genuine" tag on all my office applications. But once in a while I still got the notification. Your suggestion is the cherry on top.

  22. OH NO. IT STILL CAME BACK!! I removed all OGA/Office Genuine Advantage folders in the registry, in system 32, and hid the windows update. I also removed it from the task list! AND YET NOW ITS BACK!!! Are there any other suggestions I can try?

  23. Will uninstalling MS Office uninstall OGA files too? If yes, then perhaps I can simply reinstall it then hide the OGA update…

    Clueless here…

  24. You guys aren't reading all the blogs. The Fastest and Easiest fix is the one list by Anonymous2 on 9/16:

    If you issue this from RUN or from a CMD prompt:

    MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

    It will force it to uninstall it self. It takes about 10 seconds and it's fixed! Just be sure not to install the update again when it shows back up on your update list. If you have automatic updates turn it off and change your preferences to notify you of all updates so you can choose which ones to download and install. This fix will work over and over in case it gets installed again by mistake. Good Luck!

  25. Like I said before up there …if all else fails you can just do a "system restore" to a point before the update was installed. I've done this and it works fine. Just make sure you hide the update so it doesn't install it again.

  26. …and if you do restore your system to a prior date keep in mind everything you've installed and uninstalled since then will also be restored.

  27. Haven't tried the hacks yet on friends computer, BUT, let me say this… Mr Gates may be just withing legal rights to peek into our computers but Never will he have the moral right from anyone to do so . If i had my way he would be stopped completely from doing so . It's a blatant invasion of privacy. Come to my front door mr Gates and force your way in as you do with computers and you will never do it gain. Guaranteed ! If i buy a shirt it's mine to do as i please , And use as i please and share as i please. Mr Gates could make twice as much money as he is now by a simple method..a very honest and reliable method. But i guess thats too complicated and morally correct for him. Want to debate the issue Mr Gates ? I'm ready !

  28. Thanks Anon 2 (and everybody who reposted). Very clean, effective way to go. Hopefully everyone reads the comments before they try the other hacks.

    I would advise against file deletion, .dll renames, registry entry changes, etc unless it is a last resort. Very messy, those are the kinds of things that cause future unexplained error messages and headaches.

  29. Buzz downunder

    the aDisable OGA Notification – Hack – 5 appears to have worked fine for me at this stage plus l have disabled the Automatic windows update option & selected the "notify me first option" . Have rebooted my system a couple of times and all appears fine right now!!!!!!!!!

    Cheers & thanks a bunch for some great Tech support Q& A on the web , guys

    Buzz downunder

  30. Sam Johnson

    Ive found the easiest way… Even a monkey could do it…

    The OGA notification is an Addin in the System32 folder.

    In the folder URL bar: C:WindowsSystem32

    Find the "OGA Addin" which is a .dll, and just delete it, making sure that you DONT have any office applications running…

    :)

    Sam

  31. All these hacks worked at one point or another, but I still ended up with the notifications even automatic updates was completely disabled. In desperation I searched my entire registry for any folder with any reference to "OGA" or "Office Genuine Advantage" and deleted them all. It was a tedious method but seemed to finally rid me of the notification. I haven't received any for more than a month now.

  32. i've installed the m. office enterprise and use windows 7. can someone help me to prevent this OGA notification from remind me again?? TQ

  33. Thanks heaps everyone. I have managed to get rid of everything except for the annoying little star icon down the bottom of the screen that says get genuine office. But I got rid of it off the rest of Office. How do I get rid of that one last thing?

  34. Thanks to everyone for all of the good ideas. Somehow, my 12 year old daughter got the InternetSecurity2010 malware on our laptop. I finally manually removed it after much research and hours of effort. I wouldn't wish that program on anyone. I don't think that it is a coincidence that after removing it, "This copy of Microsoft Office is not genuine" started popping up when opening any Office 2007 application. Whether it was from the malware, or me accidently changing something in the registry as I was making edits, who knows. Unfortunately, I don't have the disks for the program…it came installed on a used laptop I bought on e-bay last year. Hey, it could have been a bogus copy, although the seller said it was legit.

    Well, the method from the blog described below worked for me. I just copied and pasted the command in the run line, hit ok, and it worked like magic. Thanks very much. I really appreciate it.

    ANON says:

    September 24, 2009 at 4:14 pm

    Dont do any cracks/patches You are jeopardizing you security

    JUST USE COMMAND PROMPT: 1-(RIGHT CLICK COMMAND PROMPT AND RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR, THIS IS IMPORTANT)

    2-CLOSE ALL RUNNING MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS (WORD,EXCEL, ETC)

    3-TYPE (OR COPY AND PASTE): MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

    4-HIT ENTER!!!

    PRESTO!!! THIS IS THE ONLY LEGIT WAY TO REMOVE THAT PESKY KB949810 UPDATE

    I KNOW, I STAYED UP FOR 7 HOURS RESEARCHING THIS ISSUE

    ALSO IN WINDOWS VISTA, AFTER U UNINSTALL KB949810, VIA THIS METHOD MAKE SURE TO “HIDE” THIS UPDATE SO IT DOESNT REINSTALL

    THANX TO ANONYMOS 2 ( WHOEVER U ARE)

  35. There's a working WGA and OGA crack (version 4 already, bugfix of V3) on TPB for office 2003/2007 and all brands of windows XP/Vista. Tried it myself, result was successful. Just 1 thing: after a while Windows Update tries to install a more recent version of WGA and OGA using automatic updates.

    HOW TO BYPASS: 1) choose for automatic updates option "inform about available updates but do not download them automatically and don't install them auto either. 2) whenever you get a warning in your systray "new updates are available" click on it, choose "advanced" and only check the updates you need. If WGA or OGA is mentioned, uncheck it, you'll get a warning whether you want to get informed about future updates, answer NO. You won't get bugged with new WGA and OGA updates ever again ;) (only works for Office 2003/2007 and Win XP / Vista).

  36. Mick, could you direct me to the WGA and OGA crack version 4 that you'd mentioned. Been looking but unable to locate it. Thanks

  37. Anon 2, yours worked big time THANKS!, wish I would've seen the comments earlier before wasting my time uninstalling and reinstalling like 3 or 4 times blowing out registry.

  38. Oh My God!!! Hack – 4 worked perfectly for me!!!! Oh my god Oh my god I've been so annoyed by this stupid OGA but now I'm relieved!! Thank you so much!

  39. Thanks anonymous2!!1

    it worked for me! But I do not know how to hide the KB949810 update. Running WinXP SP3. Can someone help me find the Update KB949810, so I can hide it as directed???

    Thanks

  40. After I paste the MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18} and hit enter it uninstalls the program then a box pops up and says "an identified program wants to access your computer do you want to allow it?" It is microsoft, are they wanting to redownload the OGA or is it necessary to allow it to finish the uninstall. I keep hitting cancel because I don't know what it wants. Then today the pop up sign that it's not genuine is back. What should I do?

  41. Bapun: Ok, I'll keep running it. It seems to pop back up each time I reboot. And I'm not allowing Microsoft any access. I'll run it again today. Thanks!

  42. Robin,

    I allowed it access and you are right it needs access to uninstall. Very easy no problems since. Thanks.

  43. I do not have Update KB949810 as a potential update but keep getting these Genuine Office popups and I just got a countdown. I really want to use ANONYMOS 2's method but do not want to start without being able to complete the whole process, how do I know which updates to hide? Thanks

  44. I have windows 7, and besides the Office notifications I'm also getting them at startup and on the desktop and from the toolbar every so often.

    I've tried all the above and although it works for the office applications it doesn't work for Windows itself. I've searched for "OGA", "OGAN" etc. I also looked at the update history and there isn't any other update other than "Office Genuine…"

    ????

  45. Dude, only the 5th one worked out for me… lets see if it will remain for a long time… hope so!

    i guess ms already corrected the bug that allows the other ones, 'cause i tried all of then, but didn't succeded… every time i rebooted my pc, the f*** msg appears again… by deleting the files, as said in 'hack 5', i don't have this problem anymore…

    i use w7 32 and office 2007 pro

  46. Anonymous 2 wrote from RUN or from a CMD prompt type :

    MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

    Where did you type this, in the START>RUN ? Why when I typed it did not work? Could you help, please?

    • Jon, if you press the windows key + "R" you'll get a RUN prompt appear. In that prompt, type "CMD" and hit return. This will load an MS DOS style window (black background/white text and flashing cursor). If you then type (or copy/paste)

      MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

      into the MS DOS style window and press return, it should work. A message popped up, you click OK and job done!

      Thanks Anonymous 2!

  47. Thanks mate…..the very 1st suggestion is truly working….I dint try the rest….But a great and very useful information ……Thank You…….;-))

    • it didnot work for me. I uninstalled the update from cmd, running as administrator. I still get the message to activate or enter a new product key. The error code is 0x8007232B. Can some one suggest something plz?

  48. 5th one working the best. Simple DELETE everything what strart from OGA from folder c:widowssystem32 and job done. Thanks

  49. What happens at the end of the countdown? Will it affect my documents or make office unusable?

    I have used hack 5…will this stop the count down?

    Thanks.

  50. my only issue is that, i dont have this update installed its no where on my comp.. but my office still tells me its not validated.. any tips or ideas?

  51. What really gets my goat is when you have all legit programs and then your computer dies on you so you buy a new one and put all your programs onto the new machine only to have Microsoft start telling you that you are a pirate. I contend, and have all along, that programs belong to the person not a particular machine. You should be able to move them from one machine to a new one without all this hassle. Why can’t the government tell MS to give it up already. As if MS isn’t rich enough. Just my humble opinion, chalkbd out//

  52. I`m not so keen at comp.and I used the methods I thought were more simple. So, the result: MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69-0362FFC20D18}

    doesn’t work : after I click paste, without even pressing enter or other kees, it askes me :”Are you sure you want to uninstall this program?” I click yes and the message appearing is : “this action is only valid for products that are currently installed”. So stressed out, cause I got all the “simptoms” of this stupid VGA… Oh, and when I try deleting them, it says I can`t cause it`s already in use or stuff like that…. Help?:-s

  53. Abhishek Sood

    THE BEST WAY TO REMOVE OGA IS

    Don’t use any cracks/patches You are jeopardizing you security. JUST USE COMMAND PROMPT:
    (RIGHT CLICK COMMAND PROMPT AND RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR, THIS IS IMPORTANT)
    CLOSE ALL RUNNING MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS (WORD,EXCEL, ETC)
    TYPE (OR COPY AND PASTE): MsiExec.exe /X{B2544A03-10D0-4E5E-BA69- 0362FFC20D18}
    HIT ENTER!!!
    PRESTO!!! THIS IS THE ONLY LEGIT WAY TO REMOVE THAT PESKY KB949810 UPDATE

  54. Has anyone considered the possibility that after doing these different workarounds and still having re-occurrences of notification, that aside from running Ccleaner turning off updates, etc, etc, that maybe something is hiding and reactivating from the system restore volume? I’m going to try the one here that seems to have the most effect, then clean up the registry, then delete all restore points and then create a new restore point before rebooting my machine. I have a feeling that if anything will make this work properly this will be the final step. I guess I’ll find out soon enough.
    Thanx

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