Error is: software has not been approve by windows logo checking

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When I try to install the software I find an error that this software has not been approved by Windows Logo checking. Is this software secure?

Need a solution. Thanks in advance.

 

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Answered By 10 points N/A #103339

Error is: software has not been approve by windows logo checking

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Hey Phoenix suy!

Basically Microsoft has not passed some software. Whenever you try to install them you will receive the same error. However, by pressing "Continue Anyway" button, you can install your software. Suppose you are about to install the software for Nvidia or ATI graphic cards, you will receive the same error, because Microsoft has not passed them. Before Installing such type of software make sure that the software is genuine and you have downloaded from the original manufacturer site.

Otherwise it can be the cause of damages. To avoid damages, Microsoft warns you about the software.

I hope you understand.

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Answered By 567010 points N/A #103340

Error is: software has not been approve by windows logo checking

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That dialog that appears when you are installing something informing you that the driver or program you are installing has not been approved, it can be ignored. That dialog appears whenever you are installing a driver that is not digitally signed by Microsoft. When you see this, just click Continue Anyway.

The installation should resume after this. It is really not that important that your program is digitally signed by Microsoft. As long as your program or driver is compatible with the device, there should be nothing to worry about. I have encountered this dialog many times like when I’m installing the driver for my sound card, graphics adapter, network card, and others.

You will also see this dialog when you are installing a VPN client on your computer like the one I’m using before. You will also see this dialog when updating any of the installed devices on your motherboard.

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