Moving on the from what next with XP

  jack 16:16 14 Jul 2010

Is when installing new software - and the not approved warning comes up
The user has to decide.
What I cannot understand the 'Warning' will come up with 'proper' software
For example one of my flock has an Epson printer Problem
So he passed it to me to sorr- together with the software disk.-
Now this I would assume to be 'approved'
yet the warning came up.

  jimv7 16:28 14 Jul 2010

Firms have to pay microsoft for their software to get on the approves list, you will have this warning for any software not on the approved list.

Not all reputable firms wish to pay microsoft.

  Forum Editor 18:47 14 Jul 2010

from Speakers Corner.

  jack 18:48 14 Jul 2010

No wonder Uncle bill is so rich!

  woodchip 19:01 14 Jul 2010

So what are you asking jack

  woodchip 19:04 14 Jul 2010

So what are you asking jack.

PS What to look for before buying any software is on the box to it say What OS it will run on and Hardware speck needed If it does not work with correct spec hardware and OS, then you have the right to take it back

  jack 08:17 15 Jul 2010

So what are you asking jack.?
Said Woody
Transferring -said FE
Point is - I was not asking or seeking help
Therefore placed in speakers corner as a 'comment'
Merely commenting on the fact that seemingly 'approved' software[from a mainstream manufacturer]gets the thumbs down from M/S
and perhaps JIMV7 made the correct assumption.
Did He/She?

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