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"Driver is not digitally signed"

During the installation of the Toshiba Pocket PC e570 via USB cradle to a Notebook, a warning "driver is not digitally signed" may appear. Why does this occur?

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If you install the Toshiba Pocket PC e570 via USB cradle under Windows 2000 or Windows XP a warning message may appear durning this installation: The driver for the USB cradle comes from Microsoft and is integrated in the ActiveSync 3.5 Software. This driver has not been signed, therefore this warning appears. Please Note: This is only a warning messages. You can certainly continue with the installation, and expect the driver to run well. Microsoft has produced a new ActiveSync Version 3.5 and has released it 1st of March 2002 . The issue is solved in the new version. The version number has remained the same, but the Build Number has increased form Build 1176 to Build 12007. This new ActiveSync Software can be downloaded from the Microsoft.

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