Error Installing Windows Logo Testing Software

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Okay everybody,

I get an error message when I try to install Windows Logo testing software.

The software you are installing has not passed the Windows
Logo testing to verify its compatibility with Windows XP.
(Tell me why this testing is important.)
Continuing your installation of this software may impair or 
destabilize the correct operation of your system either 
immediately or in the future. Microsoft strongly recommends
that you stop this installation now and contact the software
vendor for software that has passed the Windows Logo 
What should I do now? Any tips!
Thanks in advance.
Answered By 0 points N/A #115106

Error Installing Windows Logo Testing Software


What does the problem arise when you click to Continue Anyway?

Such error prompts whenever you do not have a software with license or that the license is not valid or that the license has expired and that the digital signature does not match so that the program can be justified no to perform illegal operations to your system. Some operations may get occurred if the program is not compatible to the OS you are using.

As such you need to continue the installation after keeping a backup of the data in your machine and creating a system restore point. Once dine you can click Continue Anyway.

Answered By 577940 points N/A #315750

Error Installing Windows Logo Testing Software


This dialog normally appears when you install an unsigned driver in Microsoft Windows like the sound card driver, for example. When you install a driver on your computer that is not digitally signed by Microsoft, this dialog will appear but it is not actually an error.

It is just a dialog that notifies and prompts the user that he or she is installing an unsigned driver and that if he or she wants to continue with the installation. If you know the driver is safe, you can continue with the installation by clicking “Continue Anyway” otherwise you can click “STOP Installation” to discontinue with the installation.

You won’t receive this dialog when installing normal programs. It will only appear if the installation includes or is accompanied by a driver and the driver is not digitally signed by Microsoft. But if the driver is digitally signed, you won’t see this message.

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