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I am trying to load the software for the JB5323 slide & negative scanner and recieve the message that the software has not passed the Microsoft Logo test and that continuing could cause future problems with my computer. The written instructions that came with the device says that if this message appears to ignore it and continue. Is there a fix or is there the danger that Microsoft is warning me of?

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It's ok. There is no problem continuing after ignoring the warning message. This only means that the software wasn't tested with Microsoft. Even all HP's softwares/drivers, Intel's Lan or Sound Driver, Realtek's Sound or Audio drivers etc.. does the same. And so is the same case with Rx (Your scanner manufacturer). I don't mean they never, but most older drivers don't. Now most of the manufacturer's devices drivers have digitally signed with Microsoft and so no more warning message with them.


I confirm you that this will not or never cause any problem to your computer.


If you need further help, let me know.


Good Luck.


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