Non-digitally signed software?



nigella
07-09-2005, 09:56 PM
I'm a computer novice and need help!

I'm trying to install a software in order to connect a digital camera to the
computer.During the process,a message<this disc is not digitally signed>
keeps appearing and I was strongly adviced not to install the disc because it
might impare the system immediately or in future.

The digital camera is compatible with Windows XP,according to the manual.I
contacted the vendor and am still waiting for a reply.I urgently need to
upload some pics for business.Would it be alright to go ahead and install it?

Paul Ballou
07-09-2005, 09:56 PM
Yes , if the manufacture says the software is compatible with XP then you
should be fine.

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"nigella" <nigella@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:818CBBB8-C352-49CB-AB4F-D386369F73CC@microsoft.com...
> I'm a computer novice and need help!
>
> I'm trying to install a software in order to connect a digital camera to
> the
> computer.During the process,a message<this disc is not digitally signed>
> keeps appearing and I was strongly adviced not to install the disc because
> it
> might impare the system immediately or in future.
>
> The digital camera is compatible with Windows XP,according to the manual.I
> contacted the vendor and am still waiting for a reply.I urgently need to
> upload some pics for business.Would it be alright to go ahead and install
> it?


Non-digitally signed software?