Hi , i have tried to install the software that came with the dv camera and the windows xp logo is on the disc but when i try to install it , it says that it doesnt pass the windows logo test , so i click continue anyway and it seems to still work ( but not properly ) and i cant seem to get a smooth transfer from tape to computer , i currently use a USB 2.0 connection for transfer and i dont know if a fire wire would make a difference or not?
I tried looking it up online and from what i can gather it seems that the usb connection is actually faster for transfer , so im kind of stumped on that one , it plays perfect on the computer but as soon as i try to capture the video to the computer it gets all skipy and slow.
any help regarding this matter will be appreciated,
A FireWire connection would definitely help you out here, as they are designed to be much faster and of better quality than a standard Universal Serial Bus (USB) connection. Whoever told you USB is faster is definitely misinformed, or have unusual software issues with FireWire
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software has not passed Window Logo testing is a known microsoft windows xp issue .disregard the message and click on continue anyway until you get to finish the installation.if it keeps on popping up,keep on selecting continue anyway.
There should be no problems installing Nero 7 on XP SP2. Don't worry about the windows logo testing just answer continue anyway. Once the program is installed just go online and check through Nero for any updates.
IF YOU HAVE INSTALLED THIS SOFTWARE ON A COMPUTER RUNNING XP AND IT WORKED WELL AND YOU FEEL CONFIDENT WITH THE SOFTWARE, I WOULD NOT WORRY ABOUT THIS SCARE TACTIC YOU ARE GETTING ON THIS NEW COMPUTER. IS THIS NEW COMPUTER RUNNING XP,SP2 AND THE OTHER ONE RUNNING JUST XP OR XP,SP1? THIS MIGHT BE WHY YOU ARE GETTING THIS SCARE SCREEN. IF THIS SOFTWARE HAS BEEN WORKING ON A MACHINE WITH XP, IT WILL CONTINUE TO WORK ON XP.THE LOGO TESTING AND VALIDATION PROGRAM WERE MADE TO STOP PIRATE SOFTWARE. IT DOESN'T SOUND LIKE THIS IS THE CASE HERE. SOME OF THIS LOGO TESTING HAD A LOT TO DO WITH GETTING UPDATED SOFTWARE TO WORK WITH NEWER VERSIONS OF XP AND VISTA. LIKE I SAID IF YOU ARE COMFORTABLE WITH YOUR PROGRAM I WOULD NOT FEAR THE WARNING AND INSTALL YOUR PROGRAM AND WHEN YOU DO, JUST CHECK FOR ANY UPDATES TO YOUR SOFTWARE.
hi , im not sure if u have the same problem as me but when i install the software that came with the camera it seems to not pass the windows logo test even though the logo is on the front of the disc , but i install it anyway and it works ( sort of anyway lol) but i find that sometimes that when i plug the camera in to the computer it still doesnt detect the camera and i have to install the software again.
Microsoft developed the Windows Logo Testing as a standard for all software to meet before receiving a "seal of approval' from Microsoft.
Software must pass a series of tests in order to pass the Logo Test. However, just because a program or software has not met Logo Testing criteria, this is not an implication that the software should not be used or that it is not Windows Compatible.
Pass and Fail
Each test case has "Pass" and "Fail" conditions. A "Fail" for any one of the test cases for any one of the Logo Program requirements disqualifies the application for the "Designed for Windows XP" Logo.
Application must Support Autorun for CDs and DVD's
Application must Install to Program Files by default
Application must Support Add or Remove Programs properly
Application must Support new visual styles
Application must Migrate from Windows 98 to Windows XP Home Edition
Application must not require a reboot inappropriately
You can still use this software with Windows.