Sure thing. Navigate in your dashboard to plugins and click editor.
Next select Genesis Simple Hooks from the drop down. Remove all this code but make sure that you keep the curly brackets.
deactivate_plugins( plugin_basename( __FILE__ ) ); wp_die( sprintf( __( 'Sorry, you cannot run Simple Hooks without WordPress %s and <a href="%s">Genesis %s</a>, or greater.', 'simplehooks' ), $wp_version, 'http://my.studiopress.com/?download_id=91046d629e74d525b3f2978e404e7ffa', $genesis_version ) );
Save the file and then activate the plugin. The go put that code back in the plugin file. However you could just leave it out and it will update the next time the author gets around to updating the plugin. 🙂
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