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I can't install software or USB drivers in Windows 2000 or Windows NT.

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If you see an error message or the software doesn't install correctly, you may not have software installation privileges. Contact your System Administrator. In Windows 2000, do not select Block under Control Panel > System > Hardware > Driver Signing, or your driver installation will not be completed. Select Ignore or Warn instead. In Windows 2000, if you see a "Digital Signature Not Found" screen, click Yes to continue with the installation. If you select No, your camera's USB installation won't be completed.

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