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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by maxirage, Jan 18, 2007.

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  1. maxirage

    maxirage Thread Starter

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    i am trying to set up a nextar mp3 ma933a-b player. when i install it, windows xp pops up a warning that it does not recognize any signature and it could cause problems to my system. There is no windows logo on the item or box. Should i continue? thanks.
     
  2. GripS

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    I think what you are referring to is the WHQL(Windows Hardware Quality Labs) warning. Not all companies take the time to have their drivers certified to work with windows. If your really worried about it create a system restore point before continuing. I would say you will be fine though.
     
  3. maxirage

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    System restore pt setting?
     
  4. maxirage

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    how to i do the system restore pt setting?
     
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    Yeah..... If your running windows XP then click on Start->All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->System Restore. Click on 'Create restore point' and name it something like 'nextar'.

    I'm almost positive you will be fine without doing the above. It's just a means of putting your system back in a state before the install in case you run into any problems.
     
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    thanks. done.
     
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