Windows logo testing

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by J.wilson, May 20, 2005.

  1. J.wilson

    J.wilson Guest

    I plugged an Adata "MyFlash" usb 256 drive into a friend's
    WindowsXP home HP computer and got the "..has not passed
    Windows logo testing" message. I could'nt get past this so I
    went to control panel/driver signing options and set it to
    "Ignore - install anyway" and it worked. But, the next time
    she brought her computer around again the same thing happened.
    Is there anyway to permanently fix this?
    She is looking to buy a usb flash drive.
     
    J.wilson, May 20, 2005
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